Mommy in a Barbie World

Should you go for a mommy makeover? What are your options and possibilities? What about the cost?

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Image Credit: Pixabay – VaniaRaposo

Giving birth is the most amazing thing one can do – just think about it, every women is a source of life! It is important to start of with this sentence, because that is the stand point that each mother should take. Yes, you did the most amazing thing possible, so you do have right to do whatever you want!

Some mothers are proud of their hernia, or saggy stomach as they represent a reminder to what they’ve been through.  All of mothers are proud of these “scars” and they should be. They are beautiful in its own way. However, if you want take on cosmetic surgeries that is OK too. It’s your body, you sacrificed it for your kids and family, you can do whatever you want with it now.

Mommy makeover usually includes some or all of the following:

Breast augmentation – surgical placement of breast implants.
Breast lift or mastopexy – Removal of excess skin and tightening to reshape and support.
Abdominoplasty or tummy tuck – Removal of excess skin and fat.
Liposuction – removal of far from stomach, hips, and/or thighs.
Brazilian Butt Lift – uses your fat from liposuction to the size and shape of your backside.

The best way is to consult with your doctor, and see what all can be done for you. You should express your concerns with specific areas such as stomach, breasts, or stretchmarks and your doctor will be able to suggest the best possible options for you.

Mommy makeovers cost anywhere from about $10k to $30k. It’s not too much money if you want it. You have right to do this. You have right to spend your own (or your husband’s) money. Many mothers are doing their post baby cosmetic surgeries overseas, which is not the ideal option considering your new obligations. If that is an option for you here is the research that can tell you about prices, safety and security of various countries.

Signs the makeover may not be right option for you:

  • You have conditions that make surgery risky
  • You have health conditions that that make surgery with anesthesia risky
  • Having weight issues
  • You are planning to lose weight
  • You plan on having more kids
  • You are a smoker, not able to commit to 1 full month break
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About alexchester (68 Articles)
Alex Chester is an economist currently working on a few projects in Australia.

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