Breast lift non surgical

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Avatar f tn The reason they did not give it a 4 is because I had had a breast lift 4 years ago, and they said it probably is just the result of that surgery. Seeing that I have had a CT scan with 4 lesions on my liver as well, I was uncomfortable with that recommendation and asked to have it biopsied now. They told me they could do one cluster easily, the other one would need a surgical biopsy (because of it's location).
Avatar f tn breast lift, breast reduction, and breast enlargement (augmentation). Depending on your specific case, one or more of these techniques would be helpful to restore a youthful look to your bosom. Breasts are not stagnant organs, they are always changing throughout life. In a young women they grow and develop. They change each month with the menstrual cycle. Pregnancy affects the breasts as does nursing.
Avatar n tn Hello, I had breast augmentation and a lift 1 week ago. My surgeon bandaged my chest and used surgical tape to keep bandages in place. When he removed the tape, my top layer of skin came right along with it! Now instead of being proud of my new cleavage, I am hiding it because of the burn from the tape. Is there anything I can do to minimize the appearance of the mark across my chest?
1174607 tn?1264173583 My surgeon is wanting me to do a lift and implants to fix a lumpectomy that I had in May of 2009. It wasn't cancer, it was a galactocile the size of a softball that solidified (after trauma to my milk ducts during a car accident in Feb 2008 5wks after baby). Anyway, I have an inverted nipple and you can see were the seatbelt went thru my breast and he said due to the trauma he wanted to do the lift first and let that heal, and then do the implants.
Avatar n tn I recently had a breast implant with a lift and I have noticed small stretch marks across them now. Is there anything you can buy to put on these to make them disappear?
Avatar m tn It sounds like you have fairly significant arthritis in your shoulder, as well as a reasonable course of non-surgical management. If have had about 80% success with viscosupplementation for gleno-humeral arthritis. If you think your treating physician is off base, you can always get another opinion.
Avatar n tn I had core biopsy a couple of weeks ago for calcium in the breast. My doctor said it was not cancer but he wants me to have a surgial biopsy. Why do i have to have this procedure done if it is not cancer?
Avatar f tn the best type of investigation would be a clinical breast exam by your Physician or a Breast Specialist and Ultrasound which you have already had done. A cystic mass is just that .... a cyst in the breast and cysts are not usually a cause for concern. It could be removed surgically if it is causing you a great deal of discomfort. The fact that you state the discomfort varies in accordance with your menstrual cycle also says "cyst". Ultrasounds do not hurt ....
Avatar f tn My choices are the return 6 months from now or do a surgical biopsy. Reason it would be surgical is the calcifications are too high up in the breast to do the non-invasive biopsy. He said that there is a good chance that all of them are liquid. Any suggestions on what to do and why people develop liquid calcification.
Avatar m tn m 40, childless (which means ptosis was not due to breast feeding) and had a breast lift 4 weeks ago. Implants were out of the question for me. If you want perkiness a lift, whether the incisions will be concentric, lollipop or inverted T is for you to discuss AT LENGTH with a plastic surgeon. I received an inverted T, which I am not at all happy with because the P.S. that did my breasts did not specify that during my consultation.
Avatar n tn I will be done with the tissues expander in couple of weeks. The size looks acceptable, except two breats are mile apart. I look ok with a bra and some creative inserts to lift the sagging breast.. My PS almost always does a small implant to accomplish symetry. My obgyn says it will interfere with the screening. There is also an option of breast lift. I 'd like to hear from those who have gone through this. Thanks This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.
Avatar n tn Dense parenchymal pattern. Minimal background parenchymal enhancement. Skin susceptibility artefacts from reduction mammoplasty. No morphologic abnormality. No abnormal mass opr non-mass-like enhancement. Impression: Normal bilateral breast MRI MAMMOGRAPHY CONSULTATION INTERPRETATION OF OUTSIDE IMAGES HISTORY: 62 year old female for sugical consultation based on outside mammogram recommending excisional biopsy left breast.
Avatar f tn Has Putz Jaggers Syndrome, and enlarged prostate and he is scheduled to have a surgical procedure on monday, I am lost, i want to know if this is going to help him in the long run, will he be able to live a normal, long healthy life?
477608 tn?1238527958 2) Given the anchor scar from breast lift/reconstrucion, would an augmentation be better as far as scarring? I tend to think I am too large for aug. 3) Is there anything that can be done for my leg dent? What would that have been caused by? 4) Anything for the stretch marks on my hips? 5) Since I also have cellulite on my hips/buttocks/thighs...would a lower body contour be the key? Does that include a tummy tuck? What is recovery for lower body contour?
Avatar f tn I had a lump taken out of my right breast at 24... non malignant, biggest scare of my life. It was on my areola line and it was only a week recovery. Where is your lump?
Avatar f tn Dear punkrokmom, There are several types of biopsy procedures. The types range from a fine needle aspiration which is a non-surgical form of breast biopsy in which a small needle is used to withdraw a sample of cells from the breast lump, to an open excisional biopsy in which an entire mass is removed. Other types of biopsies are core needle biopsy that remove a sample of tissue from the area of concern, locating the area through mammogram or ultrasound guidance.
Avatar n tn Due to the usual reasons for sagging skin - aging, chronic dieting and genetics, I am considering a buttocks lift. I am worried that I may be bringing unforeseen medical/health problems into this relatively late stage of my life from what seems a pretty radical surgery which also leaves inch wide scars that run along the backside. How much pain and suffering is there? How long does it take to recover and resume a physically active life - vigorous daily exercise, jogging, sports, dancing, etc.
Avatar n tn To the best of my knowledge, only chemotherapy is used for existing cancer cells, and radiation is used as a preventative measure to sanitize any potential cells that *might* be left after a lumpectomy. It sounds like your surgeon is offering the standard that all the experts agree on to insure that you become and remain cancer free. I wish you the best.
1277982 tn?1273378075 So, the treatment modalities also range from anti-inflammatory, physiotherapy, non-surgical decompression or surgical decompression. But, surgical modalities may have 50% chances of relapse of pain. Before opting for surgical procedures, you should evaluate both the pros and cons. Hope this helps.
Avatar f tn I'm 23 and have a lump that I estimate to be about 1.6 cm in my right breast. I discovered it about 10 months ago and right away went in for an ultrasound, mammogram and fine needle biopsy. The results were inconclusive because not enough cells were taken from the biopsy to make a clear diagnosis. I was told it was most likely a fibroadenoma and was given a choice to have another biopsy, have the lump surgically removed or wait and follow-up in 6 months with another ultrasound.
1648757 tn?1301919469 I'm 45 and was just told that I have a fibroadenoma in my breast and that it's benign. Should I have this removed?'s 2cm in size. Can this become cancerous?
Avatar f tn Hi , there are non surgical breast enlargement pills,but I don't think it would produce such a rapid change as surgery would do. Take care.
Avatar n tn I had a breast lift w/ lipo 20 months ago- my left breast has been feeling like something is tearing inside and I have a strange, almost achey feeling in the breast and towards my armpit. This breast is larger than the right, but always has been. I also gained apprx 15 lbs since then and am not sure if this has caused these feeling. I am at a point where I don't know if I should be concerned and go back and see the cosmetic surgeon or should I see my family doctor.
Avatar n tn Hi, Fibroadenomas are benign or non cancerous breast lesions and tend to increase in size due to hormonal fluctuations as associated with the menstrual cycles. They regress spontaneously after menopause. A non surgical approach is generally followed in case of fibroadenomas, unless they are causing pressure symptoms or are painful. A biopsy is done to be sure of the diagnosis. It is not related to breast cancer in any way. Let us know if you have any other doubts. Hope this helps.
Avatar n tn Estrogen doesn't cause breast cancer but it does feed it. If estrogen was the cause of breast cancer more young women would be being diagnosed with it when their estrogen levels are at their highest. Most diagnosis are made in post menopausal woman. There is one theory of thought that it may be estrone that really feeds breast cancer. Estrone is what our fat cells produce after menopause. Estradiol is what our ovaries made in our 20's and 30's.