I'm 19 years old. I'm 5'6" and weigh 130 pounds. Overall, I'm a pretty average sized girl. My boobs are a 40DD and I've really been considering a breast reduction. I get really bad back pain from my boobs, let alone working a night shift at work. Sometimes it's difficult for me to fit into shirts of different styles such as tube tops, cami's, low cut shirts and sometimes even v-necks. It's almost impossible for me to find a bikini top that fits me and actually supports the weight of my breasts. I've been considering a breast reduction since I was 16 as this is a major factor in my life. Having big breasts is really awful. They are super heavy and make it hard to fit into certain types of clothing. Sometimes I even cry to myself because of how BIG they actually are and how much they hurt my back and ruin my life! Can anyone from surgery experience or even any knowledge on breast reductions tell me, Is getting a breast reductions really worth it? Is it worth the thousands? Is it worth the time? Is it worth the change? Is it worth the pain? Please and thank you!
If you think you'd rather have a big scar under your boobs up into your armpit is better than the back pain then do it.
If I were you, I'd consider buying better (probable most expensive) bras to help with support, investing in that can maybe lower the back pain you're experiencing.
Good luck with your boobs, OP.
Don't ruin god's gift like pic related
You will miss them trust me
Just find clothes that fit you - they really are available, if you can be bothered to search.
Maybe you need to invest in your body and work on strengthening your core so your back issues can go away.
Better tailored bras also help.
Learn to sew if you want to keep the cost low.
I'm afraid 4chan isn't the best place to discuss this question. They're your breasts and your decision, and I think a bunch of teenagers screaming not to do it "because big boobs are god's gift to man" isn't exactly helpful. (because the only function of your body is to be visually pleasing to guys, right)
If you feel like it would have a positive impact on your health, self-confidence and practicality, go for it, sadly I don't have any practical experience or advice for you.
This is also good advice
Reduction surgery has one of the highest satisfaction rates of all procedures. It's not a decision to be made lightly, but it's one of those things where when you need it, nothing else will do.
Non vital surgery is a dumb decision
Stop being a pussy and get fit. You have shitty posture, no back muscles to speak of and probably wear a bra that's not the right size. You've been a slob all your life and are paying for it physically. Do not blame your boobs.
Hey Op, I had a breast reduction at 19, and I'm glad I did it every day. I was a 36 DDD (5'5" 130).
You should definitely do a few things before surgery; get fitted properly for a bra, work on your core muscles and loose some weight if applicable. But if that doesn't help seek a medical professional. When I was finally seen by a doctor I had wide groves in my collar bones from the constant weight of bra straps.
Don't worry about scars, they are not bad and not noticeable. You will lose some feeling in your breasts, but it's not bad and generally it's only noticeable near the scars.
Are your breast droopy, or noticeably uneven?
Does it feel more or less comfortable going without a bra?
Have you ever had a properly fitted bra?
Do you think your breasts look good?
google pics on post breast reduction, there are some nasty ass scars.
>I hope you're prepared to lose 90% of your male attention.
Oh no, why live.
>mfw I have 36G breasts and never had any back problems whatsoever
Stop fucking slouching, you slobby fucks. Improve your posture, get a properly fitted bra at a professional and reputable store that caters to big titted women (NOT Victoria's Secret).
Dont you think strengthening your upper and lower back muscles would be the first point of call before body deforming surgery?
Lift weights, go to /fit