03 August 2011
I have nursed three children and my problem is that my breasts have almost completely disappeared. It is true, that they weren’t big either before the lactation. I hate my body, I can’t even exist without a bra. I put at least four sponges into it to make it seem as if I had breasts. I heard that if a psychiatrist diagnoses that this problem makes me mentally ill, then the breast augmentation could be supported via national health insurance. Please give me some information about my opportunities in this issue.
Unfortunately breast augmentation surgeries cannot be supported via national insurance. You can imagine how many women would benefit by this opportunity and how much it would charge on health budgets.
Do not hate your body! Plastic surgery can help you regain your former appearance. Usually for those women who have nursed many children for a long time, the best solution is breast augmentation with implant combined with breast lift.
If you are interested, you should make an appointment for a consultation in our surgery, where we can give you further informations.
plastic surgeon, Head of Premium Plastic Surgery