Breast enlargement is the name implies, is the process whereby a woman decides to under surgery to alter the shape and size of her breast.
Ladies who engage in this act are sometimes not satisfied with the way size of their breasts is and therefore seek a way to improve it. As some may not be proud of their physical appearance, they go for breast enlargement so they can combat low self-esteem.
The decision to have breast implants or enlargement should not be taken lightly. They can be very expensive and the risk effect is much. And it is essential to know that the results are not guaranteed.
In this article, we take a look at some common complications or some of the risk factors and the symptoms that breast implants can cause.
1. Scare: After going through breast augmentation, there's thick, noticeable scarring that does not fade. This is a result of the kind of condition that that area of your body has gone through.
2. Nerve damage: having a breast implant can cause damage to the nerves around the breast, causing the nipples to feel more sensitive, less sensitive, or they may lose feeling entirely. This damage may be temporary for some women, while in other women, this damage could be a permanent disorder.
3. You stand a chance of having breast cancer: An immune system cell cancer called anaplastic large cell lymphoma or ALCL is also linked to breast implants. Although this type of cancer is rare but has been found in a small number of women who had breast implant surgery.
If a person notices any unusual symptom after undergone breast enlargement surgery, they should immediately contact the clinic where the surgical operation took place. And if you feel at any point that the breast enlargement operation was not carried out correctly or you are unhappy with the results of the surgery, you should contact the surgeon who performed the procedure.
It is also important to note that breast implants do not come with a lifetime guarantee. Rather, complications can occur at any time, which may result in the implant being necessary to remove them.
Source: Medical News Today
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