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What are the effects of very large breasts?

Stuart A. Linder, MD
Plastic Surgery
Patients with very large breasts suffer from significant physical discomfort. Many have severe back pain and neck problems due to the massive weight of their breasts. Many times the breasts are so large that bra straps will cause permanent grooving in the young woman's shoulders. These women can also suffer from rashes and sores, as the large areas of skin press against one another.
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