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Breasts reduction procedures can be covered by certain Swiss health insurance plans if they require a removal of over 600g per breast in a woman who is not overweight. (Body Mass Index=weight in kilograms divided by height in centimeters squared. The BMI must be between 18.5 and 25) Each breast should weigh over 1kg to ensure that about 400g will remain after the removal of 600g.
Many women have a BMI of about 29 and struggle to lose weight because the weight of their breasts makes physical activity difficult, which creates an ongoing cycle, with the failure to lose weight because of large breasts causing them to remain large.
In this case, breast reduction is the only way to end the ongoing cycle. Every procedure is adapted to the patient’s morphology and results in a more harmonious body.