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Please Fix my Breast Sagging and Belly Too Also my Arm Sagging Too.

IM 40 years old and I dont feel sexy anymore and very unhappy with my body i cant not love again cuz im so unhappy with my body .I wish come true with my sexy body back again.My 3 kids are grow up and no more babies cuz im diabetes also im deaf too.My belly fat ,my breast sagging my leg also hipo too that sucks :( . i did try excerise and right food but i felt same weigh 195lb how come never go down im very sad I want sexy back .I cant afford to pay fix my body feel sexy again :(.

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Mommy Makeover

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There are many different payment options available at this time.  You should consult with your Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, and evaluate the payment, and surgical options.

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Danville Plastic Surgeon
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Feeling Sexy Again

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Thank you for your question.

The first step is to visit with a board certified plastic surgeon to see if you are a good candidate for the "mommy makeover" and what steps you need to take to have a successful / safe surgery.

The PRIORITY is safety so medical clearance may be a good idea.

Best Wishes!

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San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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Mommy makeover can improve your breasts and abdomen

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You will need to obtain medical clearance from your primary care physician prior to surgery due to your history of diabetes. A breast lift (with or without a breast implant) and a tummy tuck can restore your body back to its pre-pregnancy condition in many cases. I recommend you have a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon to explore your options. The surgeon can determine if you are a good candidate for surgery or if you need to lose some weight before surgery.

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Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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