I am a 31 year old American woman, living and practicing law for a law firm in Pakistan which specializes in Human Rights Law. Because a significant portion of our clients are pro bono, the associates are paid a nominal salary in Pakistan Rupees, and do not have medical insurance or any subsidized healthcare. Our only option is to pay for any and all healthcare through our own pockets from an already meagre salary, but I love my work and think this sacrifice is well-worth it.
As a woman with size 32H breasts, I find it increasingly difficult to management the pain and strain this puts on my back, neck and shoulders. I have suffered from multiple back injuries in the past 3 years, often having to forgo much needed bed rest for those injuries to heal completely because of the demands of my job. I have maintained a healthy diet and exercise plan for years and despite seeing great weightloss results, my breast size has not budged an inch. Later, my gynecologist confirmed to me that megamastia is not going to be affected by any weightloss since my breasts consist solely of breast tissue, and no fat cells.
Recently, I came across an article about Dr. Gary Horndeski from Sugarland Texas, who has developed a new technique called the Ultimate Breast Lift. Unlike traditional breast reduction surgeries, this method uses minimum incisions to reposition the breast onto the major pectoral muscle, taking all of the weight and stress off of the back, neck and muscles. This method has minimum scarring and recovery time and is ideal for candidates who hope to start a family and want to breast-feed in the future, and is a fraction of the cost of traditional reduction surgery.
Unfotunately, as much as I need this surgery to improve the condition of my back and my overall health, I cannot afford the cost of travelling, and paying for it on my modest Pakistani Rupee Salary, which converts to approximately $500/month before taxes. I would appreciate any help I can get in this regard.