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Tubular breast deformity and Fat Transfer?
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Is it possible to have fat transfer work to fix tubular deformity?

Does anyone in this community have experience with having their tuberous breasts done with fat transfer?

Or are implants the only option for tubular breasts?

If getting implants for tubular breasts and you ever get them taken out, what would they look like?? Has anyone had their implants taken out who had tubular breasts?
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If you can be patient, perhaps it can be worked without any surgery, nor invasive measures. Also, it's not a deformity.
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(14-03-2016, 07:25 AM)kipper6 Wrote: Is it possible to have fat transfer work to fix tubular deformity?

Does anyone in this community have experience with having their tuberous breasts done with fat transfer?

Or are implants the only option for tubular breasts?

If getting implants for tubular breasts and you ever get them taken out, what would they look like?? Has anyone had their implants taken out who had tubular breasts?


Yes. I actually want to do this after my first born. I think I'll be fine for now. I have a mild form. It doesn't bother me so much, but I think after kids, it's going to look worse.
I think fat transfer can help alot! The pocket has to be opened with the bands to be released.
And fat is transfered with stem cells. Most will survive and stay.This is what I was told during my consultation.

If it's congenital, it IS a deformity. If it's constriction does not allow for proper lactaion/milk flow, it IS a deformity.
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