Health is one of those things we tend to take for granted. Don't lose yours over a boob job.
Few women who are considering breast enlargement surgery have the financial resources to pay for their surgery outright, in cash. For most, the expense of the surgery involves getting financing or obtaining a medical loan.
There is always a risk of unfavorable interest rates, risky contract terms, or unethical lenders. You don't want to spend 25 years paying off breast enlargement implants that last only five years, only to have to be replaced, warranting another surgery and another load.
Giving in to society's expectations
Women have been told for years that large breasts are to be desired as the ideal. This pressure has led to perhaps more breast enlargement surgeries than necessary.
Going along with this just confirms that you're willing to believe what advertisers and pop culture tells women about their worth and value as sex objects.
Setting a good example
If you have young daughters, nieces or friends, realize that getting a cosmetic breast enlargement procedure performed will set an example for them.
Regardless of your intentions, it will tell them that they're not good enough the way they are, that they need to risk their health and financial well-being to try to live up to some unattainable beauty ideal that's promulgated by popular culture forces.
While it's not necessary to restrict your decision-making to only what the children will think, it's irresponsible not to at least realize they will notice and draw their own conclusions about it all.
While choosing to get breast enlargement surgery is a very personal decision, the financial, health, and related risks and opportunities should be of utmost importance when considering all of the options.
No one can make these decisions but you, and you're the one who will have to live with it, so be sure you ask lots of questions.
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