Giving a birth is a gift that nature gave to women. Most women enjoy being pregnant, but for some of them body changes caused by pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding takes away the joy. Many women find that their tummy after childbirth became flappy (because of excess skin) and full of stretch marks; the breast after breastfeeding has lost its nice shape, also sometimes there are changes in skin pigmentation and etc. These changes may frustrate and depress a woman, because each woman one wants to look as attractive as she was before pregnancy. Well, if a woman wants to restore her pre-pregnancy form, there are some options to choose – nonsurgical procedures (exercising, dieting) or plastic surgery. However, many women prefer to have plastic surgery .
Breast augmentation or Breast lifting
As it was mentioned above, many women find that breastfeeding has ruined nice appearance of their breast. Why is it so? During the pregnancy, woman’s breast prepares for nurture infant, milk glands in the breast enlarge and replace fat tissue. After childbirth, milk glands shrink and this cause breast to look less full. In this case, breast augmentation is an ideal choice to restore the previous shape. There are plenty of breast implants , which return a youthful fullness of a breast.
In addition, some women find a significant breast enhancement during the pregnancy. After childbirth, it returns in normal size, but also leaves an excess skin. In this instance, only breast lifting (mastopexy) will remove excess skin and reduce sagging.
Tummy tuck and Liposuction
If you want to remember your pregnancy – just take a look on your abdomen after childbirth. It became flappy and full of stretch marks; also, your skin around belly button may be wrinkled. Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) may return pre-pregnancy shape to your tummy, remove stretch marks and wrinkles around belly button.
Many women have less time to exercise after childbirth, so it’s problematic to lose some extra weight. Liposuction can be an ideal way to restore your waist, buttocks, thighs and upper arms without exercising or being on a diet.
Changes in skin pigmentation
Changes in skin pigmentation are common on the face during pregnancy. These changes may be characterized by blotchy brown increase in pigment. If the pigment exists in the epidermis, it is helped by bleaching devices as hydroquinone.