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Breast Surgery

Augmentation or reduction

Considering reduction

Breast surgery has been a popular method that successfully enlarges breasts and makes them firmer, or it can be used to reduce breast size. Yet, there are many pros and cons for this type of cosmetic surgery that should be addressed before making an ultimate decision to move forward with it.

Pros of Breast Surgery

Fast results. Breast surgery will provide you with larger or smaller breasts instantly. Once the medical procedure is over, you will wake up with a new pair of breasts. While it may take weeks for the scarring to heal, you won’t have to wait weeks or months to see the positive results. Hand-picked selections. You will be able to

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Mastectomy

Breast Reduction Surgery – Mastopexy

There are millions of women suffering because their breasts are too large to be comfortable. One lady with 44 DDD breasts had them weighed at nine pounds each.

That’s quite a lot of extra weight to carry around all the time and large breasted woman typically suffer from upper back, neck and shoulder pain not to mention the difficulty in buying clothes.

The other drawback is participation in life activities like sport. Simply put, large breasts just get in the way and even the best bra cannot contain the bounce when running. The consequence of this is that many women with a large bust avoid the physical activity needed to maintain their optimal health and

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Breast Augmentation

What is Breast Augmentation and is it for you?

Helping to get the body you want

The term breast augmentation (mammoplasty) refers to the enlargement or reduction of the breasts through a breast implant or cosmetic procedure.

Mammoplasty can also be used to make breasts more even, or to replace a breast after a mastectomy. It is also done for gender transformations.

This is a major surgical procedure performed under general anaesthesia where the patient is fully unconscious during the operation.

Risks involved in breast augmentation include scarring, infections and the formation of a capsular contracture, a condition in which the internal scar tissue squeezes the implants and distorts the appearance of the breasts sometimes typical of smooth implants.

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Varicose Veins

An uncomfortable inconvenience

Veins carry blood from the extremities back to the heart and varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and tortuous because the tiny valves that regulate blood flow stop working properly. When the blood flow is impeded, the veins begin to enlarge and can sometimes feel uncomfortable.

Varicose veins are more common in women than in men, and are linked with heredity. Other related factors are pregnancy, obesity, menopause, ageing, prolonged standing, leg injury, and abdominal straining. Varicose veins are not caused by crossing the legs or ankles. Less commonly, but not exceptionally, varicose veins can be due to other causes, as post phlebitic obstruction or incontinence, venous and arteriovenous malformations.

Varicose veins are most common

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Tattoo or not?

Your body as a work of art

Young Woman with Tattoos 2003

Know one knows when the 1st tattoos were ever created and many people define it as tradition in belonging to the Pacific peoples before the arrival of the first Europeans. It is known that body painting has been more widely practised and it is probable that more permanent body markings existed in other places.

In the 21st century body art is very widespread, some of it is really primitive and some of it is impressively beautiful. However once the skin is tattooed, the marking is permanent.

A great many people get tattoos in rash moments all because someone else has one and it looks cool. Others as

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Cumulative Trauma Injuries

Stress Disorders

Referred to as Occupational Over Use (OOS), Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).

The painful symptoms of OOS, RSI and CTS are most common in the hands, arms and shoulders, and to some extent the upper back and neck. These conditions or syndromes have been the focus of much attention in recent decades due to suggestions that they are linked to occupations that require repetitive use of the hands – such as typing, product assembly or packaging.

Cumulative Trauma Injuries are a great concern to insurance companies around the world as they struggle to avoid the great many compensation claims that have arisen, yet they fail to invest adequately in preventive measures. Another consequence is

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Circumcision

To snip or not to snip?

Are you are circumcised or not? Circumcision is a cultural phenomena, some cultures do it others don’t and there is no clear rational explanation why.

A Man was not circumcised at birth but wants to be. He can make an informed personal choice to be circumcised because it’s HIS BODY and HIS CHOICE.

Another Man was circumcised at birth but wishes he was not. He can’t do anything about it because HIS BODY and HIS CHOICE were both violated soon after birth.

What is Circumcision? Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis and is usually done in Western cultures within the first six months of a boys life, but

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