i wish i had answers for both of you... but all i can say is that after losing nearly 260 pounds, with less than 100 to go, the puppies are staring at my toes and really saggin and baggin!!!
but one thing to consider: some of us, even when thin, are still DD DDD and larger [sorry sherrie!!], and when we get heavier, they grow even more!!! so, if this woman is in this boat, i can understand why she wants to have it done, especially if she's having back and shoulder problems. which is, by the way, the only indication for a breast reduction that an insurance company will pay for.
another question is how much weight she is planning on losing. if it's just 25 pounds, it shouldn't be a problem. if she's as heavy as i was, then this REALLY isn't the time to do it.
most insurance companies will pay for ONE round of this... generally not more.
sorry i couldn't be more help!
Start your day with a smile, and get it over with.
Keeping it off is a hundred decisions a day that help you maintain what you achieved. And that's the hard part. - L Sanders
start: 506 [Sept 2001]
weight at gastric bypass [Jan 29, 2002]: 409
current weight: 225
weight for plastic surgery: 200
final goal: 180
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