There are numerous breast enlargement procedures that can help to increase the size of your breasts. Among these, one that is very risky and not approved by the FDA is breast enlargement injections. The injections may cause severe side effects, including the need to remove both breasts.
Breast enlargement injections are cheaper than other modes of breast enhancement, such as saline and silicone implants.
Women who want to have their breasts augmented at a lower cost often make the mistake of getting breast enlargement injections. They mistakenly fail to consider thoroughly researching and understanding the hidden threats of breast injections.
Here are a few of the popular ways to get breast enlargement injections:
Breast enlargement using fat may bring the desired results. Fat is obtained from areas of excess fat and injected into the breasts for enhancement. The main advantage is that the procedure uses the woman’s own fat, so there is no need for implants. If it heals and works well, the breasts look bigger and natural. The incision for the liposuction procedure is small, only four millimetres.
The transfer of fat into the breasts requires the BRAVA system before the surgery. This system works by suction action.
Suction cups are worn over the breasts for at least 12 hours for three to five weeks before the surgery. During the last week before the surgery, the patient wears the suction cups continuously and only removes them for bathing.
The application of the suction cups helps to stretch the breast tissues in order to create a space to inject the fat. The suction cups also increase the flow of blood into the area to aid in the survival of the injected fat.
The results of the fat injections may not be reliable without expansion by suction pumps. Doctors also recommend wearing suction pumps for at least three months after the surgery.
The expansion of breast tissues increases the flow of blood to the breasts, but it is unable to support a large amount of fat. It is possible to only inject small amounts of fat since fat lacks its own blood supply for survival. Fat injections only increase cup size. However, there is no such limitation in breast implants. Limitations of fat injections include the following:
While fat injections can assist in enlarging cup size, they will not improve the appearance of sagging breasts. A breast lift may be required to firm the breasts.
Injected fat does not have its own blood supply, so it depends on the blood supply in the breasts. This limits the amount of fat that can be injected into the breasts.
If too much fat is injected into the breasts, it is unlikely be reabsorbed into the body and may become hard. With the reabsorption of fat, there will be no increase in breast size.
Because of the fat injected into the breasts, it becomes difficult to screen the breasts by mammogram. In some cases, mammograms have revealed calcification, which is linked to breast cancer in women.
However, a breast biopsy confirmed that there were no traces of breast cancer. Doctors found that the calcification shown in the mammograms occurred when the fat cells died and clumped together. These clustered calcifications were mistaken for those linked to breast cancers.
Some women believe that this procedure is not as risky as having breast implants and that it may be an affordable breast enlargement procedure. However, this treatment may not produce effective results since the fat, when removed from one area, may not survive when injected into the breasts. Moreover, like any other surgery, this treatment is prone to infections.
Your doctor may not promise that after the surgery, the results will be 100 percent. In some cases, the injected fat may damage the surrounding tissues, causing tearing of the breast flesh and permanently damaging the breasts.
It is wise to consult with your doctor to discuss the possible side effects of the breast enlargement injections procedure.
Besides fat injections for breast augmentation, there are many other types of breast enlargement injections. These are discussed below:
Some women believe that hormone breast enlargement injections are a natural way of achieving an increased bust size, but pumping your body with higher dosages of hormones can be risky. High doses of estrogen hormones can be the cause of breast and uterine cancer. Therefore, most doctors do not usually prescribe hormonal injections for breast enhancement.
Breast enlargement injections may seem like a simple and economic solution for increasing bust size when compared to invasive surgery, but they are by no means safe. It is highly advisable to look for other breast enlargement techniques before considering breast enlargement injections because of the dangerous side effects they may cause.