Is there a way to reduce the bottomed out effect with exercise or some other way besides surgery? Nipples too high.
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Bottomed out after breast reduction
I'm sorry to hear you are experiencing problems after breast reduction surgery. An in person evaluation is necessary to determine the cause of your issues. I recommend you find an experienced breast surgeon to consult with. I would consider waiting until after your children to undergo breast revision surgery.
Is there a way to reduce the bottomed out effect with exercise or some other way besides surgery?
I am sorry to hear about your concerns after breast reduction surgery. You describe your situation nicely and I think that, at some point, you will benefit from revisionary breast reduction surgery. If you are planning on pregnancies in the near future, I would suggest that you wait on additional breast surgery. There is no nonsurgical way to improve your situation. Best wishes.
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