I was told my breast are measuring in at the typical 32 DD/DDD, but I don't have much tissue to remove. What does this mean?
Before anything, lets be clear on one thing. Victoria's Secret bras are one to two sizes smaller than most of the manufacturers. As a result, your DDD bra at Victoria's Secret is probably a D cup at Macy's. It is called "psychological upsizing". We see this in a lot of our patients. So you first need to see what your real size is. Other than this, you really need to discuss your situation with an experienced plastic surgeon, and if the PS feels you will benefit from a breast reduction he will recommend it.