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 The Breast Reduction Procedure

The surgical procedure for Breast Reduction is usually known as "Reduction Mammaplasty". This is a costly and painful procedure where a trained physician will go into the breast and remove the excess fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, thus making them lighter, smaller, and or firmer. This procedure often leaves scars and can be quite painful especially for young women.

 After surgery, you’re tightly wrapped with an elastic dressing or a surgical bra over gauze dressings. A small tube is then placed in each breast to drain off fluids and blood for the first few days. You may feel some pain for the few days especially if you move around or cough and then continued discomfort for a week or longer. Your surgeon should prescribe medication to help lessen the pain. The bandages can be removed after a day two, though you'll need to wear your surgical bra around the clock for several weeks, until the bruising and swelling subsides.

Your stitches should be removed after three weeks. This is not a nice experience for any woman let alone a young women suffering with oversized breasts. It's important to remember that breast reduction scars are extensive and permanent and often remain lumpy and red for months following the surgery.

The Alexia Reduction Procedure

Alexia works naturally targeting the fatty tissues in your mammary glands. You simply take one herbal capsule three times daily. Alexia will begin to work instantly helping your body break down your excess breast tissue. Most women will enjoy satisfying results within 6 months, and there are no side effects known to be associated with long term use of this product. All Alexia requires is a little patience while nature takes its course.

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