New Trend For ‘Mummy Makeovers’

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPC) has reported a enormous rise in the ‘mummy makeover,’ which is when new mothers turn to plastic surgery in an try to transform their post-pregnancy physique. Final year, much more than 325,000 new mums had surgery in the USA, and now, new mothers all through Britain are following suit.

Some critics have slammed mothers that have surgery to get back to their pre-baby body, stating that new mothers ought to wear their lumps and bumps like a “badge of honour.” Even so, Orlaith McAllister, a model and former Big Brother contestant, is glad that she decided to have surgery six months right after providing birth to her daughter, Eva. She stated: “I’d been by way of all that pain and I just wanted to get pleasure from my physique once again.”

A current survey by Mother and Child magazine indicated that a number of British mothers had been unhappy with their physique soon after pregnancy. The outcomes showed that 50% of their readers would ‘consider surgery’, while a enormous 25% would ‘definitely have surgery.’

Angelica Kavouni, a Harley Street doctor, specializes in “cosmetic options for modern motherhood.” A mother of two, Kavouni had a breast lift after giving birth to her young children and now aids a lot of other new mothers get their pre-pregnancy bodies back. According to Kavouni, the post-child body provides two major difficulties: loose skin on the stomach and drooping breasts. Though making use of surgery to treat these difficulty areas is a drastic answer, Kavouni believes that ladies have the appropriate to decide on it. She mentioned: “Of course, you do not have to have it done, you do not have to wear a bikini once again – but why should not you?”

Some critics have slammed mothers that have surgery to get back to their pre-baby body, stating that new mothers ought to wear their lumps and bumps like a “badge of honor.” Nevertheless, Orlaith McAllister, a model and former Large Brother contestant, is glad that she decided to have surgery six months soon after giving birth to her daughter, Eva. She said: “I’d been via all that discomfort and I just wanted to appreciate my body again.”

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPC) has reported a huge rise in the ‘mummy makeover,’ which is when new mothers turn to plastic surgery in an attempt to transform their post-pregnancy body. Last year, a lot more than 325,000 new mums had surgery in the USA, and now, new mothers throughout Britain are following suit.

Angelica Kavouni, a Harley Street medical doctor, specialises in “cosmetic solutions for modern day motherhood.” A mother of two, Kavouni had a breast lift soon after giving birth to her children and now assists many other new mothers get their pre-pregnancy bodies back. According to Kavouni, the post-baby physique delivers two principal difficulties: loose skin on the stomach and drooping breasts. Even though using surgery to treat these problem places is a drastic solution, Kavouni believes that ladies have the right to decide on it. She stated: “Of course, you don’t have to have it accomplished, you never have to put on a bikini once again – but why shouldn’t you?”

The most common surgical procedures for new mums in the UK are Smartlipo, breast lifts and tummy tucks.

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American Society of Plastic Surgeons
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