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Women from the North of Britain are the bustiest in the country, but nearly half of those blessed with a larger chest aren’t happy with their size.
According to a recent survey, Yorkshire ladies top the chart, with 35 per cent needing a DD cup bra or larger. Newcastle girls also call for larger sizes, along with 30 per cent of those in Bristol and 29 per cent of Brummies.
At the other end of the scale, only 22 per cent of Mancs and 21 per cent of London lasses boast boobs above DD.
But the study revealed that four in ten of those questioned think their boobs made it harder for them to find a man, while two thirds found it harder to exercise.
Ten per cent say they are too embarrassed to dance or chat to men. And a massive 22 per cent said that they had at least considered breast reduction surgery.
Women seeking to reduce their breast size can find solace at the UK’s leading cosmetic and weight loss surgery provider, The Hospital Group, which performed 1000s of breast surgery operations every year, including breast reduction procedures as well as uplift and enlargement/augmentation procedures.
Large breasts can be the cause of significant physical discomfort with constant backache or shoulder pain, and many patients talk of the effect that their large chest has on their self-confidence and even their personal relationships.
The Hospital Group perform an extensive range of cosmetic breast surgery procedures, ranging from breast reduction, nipple reduction, breast uplift and enlargement.
David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group said: “We see a large number of women who are affected by their large chest, so it is no surprise that this study has found so many unhappy with their ‘blessing’. “At The Hospital Group, people can be assured of a dedicated, professional service, with astounding success rates and a limited waiting time. Our surgeons have years of experience, and can advise you honestly on how The Hospital Group can help you achieve the size and shape breasts you want. For those with larger breasts, that means a reduction; whereas, for others, an uplift or enlargement is required. Everyone’s anatomy and requirements are different, but our staff will listen to the patient and provide honest advice about the best treatment and likely outcome.”
by S. C.
19 may 2009, Food Notes > Miscellanea