Medicine is sounding the alarm - young mothers are increasingly sent to plastic surgeons.
Medicine is sounding the alarm - young mothers are increasingly sent to plastic surgeons
There is, of course, nothing reprehensible in this, unless we add that mothers go under the knife of surgeons a few weeks after giving birth. So sisters Stephanie Mills and Mandy James from London not only gave birth to children at about the same time, but also went to enlarge their breasts almost at the same time.
21-year-old Stephanie got silicone implants four months after the birth of her daughter. Almost the next day after breastfeeding ended. And her sister had surgery just six weeks after giving birth.
Meanwhile, doctors categorically do not advise to do any plastic or cosmetic surgery during the first six months after the birth of a child. This is the time the body needs to fully clean up and get rid of the stress caused by childbirth.
Alas, today mothers already make up 60% of allclients of plastic surgeons, and a third of these mothers are under 30 years old. Breast augmentation is the third most popular procedure. Women most often seek to get rid of the excess weight that they gained during pregnancy. Therefore, the most requested operation is liposuction.
Unfortunately, most plastic surgeons are not interested in such things, and a number of doctors simply warn girls of the additional dangers that may await them due to such a rush. But the desire of young mothers to quickly put their figure in order outweighs common sense.
Source:The Daily Telegraph