By Melissa Chapman

usha rajagopal reviewsIf anyone knows a thing or two about others’ needs before their own, it’s a mother. As one myself, I basically sacrificed my body when I decided to take on the completely awesome responsibility of being pregnant. I did everything I could; swore off coffee, shellfish, I only slept on my side, I quit wine, and well, I essentially became the most anxious and crankiest version of myself for the 10 months of pregnancy and the six months following because I chose to breastfeed. If you don’t believe me, just ask my husband, who had the unenviable task of keeping me company during those long, exhausting months as I admonished him for “getting me in this situation in the first place.” Ultimately, I just wasn’t cut out to be one of those happy-go-lucky pregnant ladies.

I, for one, feel that any mom who has the desire to get cosmetic surgery to change what pregnancy may have altered should do so and apparently Dr. Mark Solomon agrees. In fact, Dr. Solomon, a board-certified plastic surgeon based out of New York, believes that women who want to get cosmetic surgery post pregnancy should, first and foremost, free themselves of any guilt.

“I tell patients that cosmetic surgery is a gift to themselves and that there should be no guilt if they have earned it,” says Dr. Solomon, who also explained that his patients rarely feel any guilt with their procedures and are often most concerned with complications. “I have a candid discussion with my patients about risks and I assure them that I am there to help them through the process at every step. Generally, most patients understand what they have sacrificed to get to the point of wanting surgery and they then have no regrets once they understand that they have earned the privilege to give themselves this gift.”

Read the full article HERE or learn more about the various procedures, especially Mommy Makeovers, offered by Dr. Usha at the San Francisco Plastic Surgery and Laser Center.

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