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Wrap Up Your Beauty Woes

by Michael Griffin Michael
Winter is a fabulous time, filled with festive happenings, comfort food and interesting drinks. But, summer is never far away and getting your body ready for that isn’t all that easy, especially with all the feasts and parties surrounding Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year. But, it’s also a great time to explore ways to get your body into shape, particularly post-pregnancy. Mommy makeover San Diego is a set of surgeries that addresses the common issues women experience after childrearing – sagging breasts and excess fat and skin in the abdominal region. Even if you’ve managed to get your stomach flat again, it’s not that easy to get your breasts back to their perky best – which is where breast reduction San Diego comes into play.

Mommy makeover San Diego includes a tummy tuck, which permanently restores firmness to the abdominal region and removes loose skin. The stomach muscles are tightened and fat is removed. This can reduce some of the stretch marks from pregnancy, specifically where excess skin is removed, but depending on how many and how severe they are, some may remain. The other procedure included in a mommy makeover San Diego is breast augmentation – pregnancy and breast feeding cause your breasts to become fuller, but once breastfeeding ceases, this fullness is reduced and breasts often become saggy. This can be addressed with implants, either silicone or saline. 

If your breasts haven’t gone back to their pre-pregnancy shape and size, and the fuller breasts are creating an issue for you either physically or psychologically, you may want to opt for a breast reduction San Diego. Too-large breasts can cause myriad physical issues, from back and neck pain to difficulty breathing and skin rashes. it can also diminish the ability to perform physical tasks and exercise. 

Both mommy makeover San Diego and breast reduction San Diego require some downtime afterwards for recovery and healing. When it comes to a tummy tuck, it will take anything from two to four weeks to be able to get back into your normal routine and can take anything from three to six months before your body is completely healed. With just breast surgery, the recovery time is somewhat quicker, with healing around six weeks. Note that with both types of surgery, you shouldn’t drive for at least a week and it’s best to take two weeks off work post-surgery. 

It’s all worth it, though, to have an enduring solution to the changes your body has gone through during and after pregnancy. Getting your body back on track will not only positively affect your self-esteem, it will also help to kick-start a healthier lifestyle. 


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