My journey to a Brest Reduction and a lift. In support of Chennai Plastic Surgery
I am a mother of 3 and grandmother of 4. My children are 30, 29 and 19years old. I am 50. I have been a painter for as long as I can remember. In this line of duty, it can be physically demanding on one's body. I have been a size g bra cup most of my adult life. This has caused alot of strain on my body.
I would complain of backaches, poor posture, lower back problems, walking difficulties and finding it hard to do reasonable exercise. It was uncomfortable wearing wired bras that rubbed under my boobs which held up my boobs for support. It dug deep into my body causing great pain around the bra lines of my body, it left a scare. The bra straps needed to be tightened to support the weight and caused deep pain on my shoulders.
A few months back I think in August while in a conversation with my sister who lives in Dubai, I mentioned to her the pain I was going through having such an enlarged breast. She then informed me of her friend's friend who was a doctor who performed this type of surgery.
So I googled breast reductions in India and compared it to NZ, NZ was way too expensive. I had previously informed and complained to my Doctor about my back pain etc but that's as far it went. I stop having breast check for cancer because it was most uncomfortable and painful.
My husband's first reaction was a cosmetic vain approach on my behalf however when I took photos of my breast as the first requirement of this surgery I was amazed at how heavy it looked and shocked at the pain I was under. The photos alone spoke about my pain and convinced my husband.
I visited my Doctor 4 weeks before coming for surgery, he had put in a referral to the Auckland hospital and the day I left for Chennai my referral came through but I was all set to go. I was told I needed to be in chennai for at least 11 days.
At the time of this writing, this would be my 7th day after surgery.
Today the first lot of stitches has been removed and my first shower from my head down exposing my breast.
On the 3rd day after surgery, the bandages and plaster were removed and I got into my first xl sports bra.
I felt so feather light I showed off my size to my 19-year-old daughter and a father and son who shared the same apartment. Upon my sister's word, I took a great step toward a better quality of life. I am grateful for the team of experts from the surgeon and his staff. From the medical to facilitating my accommodation, food, laundry and transportation all provided under one umbrella. Being a woman in a foreign country there is not a single day in which I felt threatened. Medically and physically my needs have been superbly met.
I have not had experience at a 5-star accommodation, however, safety and health is my most concern. I guarantee that this is as comfortable and user-friendly as many sorts after places. The apartment is a 2-minute walk to the clinic. The clinic pays most of my expenses and I get billed at the end. Very convenient I must add.
I am most grateful to a wonderful facilitator Dr Karthik and his beautiful staff. I am not here on a holiday, however, I feel like a tourist. Everything from medical to my everyday needs has been gladly accommodated for.
The healing is tremendously satisfying, I feel great and I look great according to me.
I recommend this breast reduction surgery including a lift to anyone who has issues as I did. I guarentee, you will not regreat this choice. It's cheap compared to most and comes with the highest of quality you can invest in.
This is an investment in myself and I am forever grateful to Chennai Plastic Surgery namely Dr Karthik and his wonderful team. I have the utmost respect and trust in Dr karthik's expertise. He is warm, gentle and most caring.
His team reflects the nature and character that is rightfully deserving of him. I am grateful and blessed to have come all this way from NZ for this surgery.
More than excellent.