friendsareshit651 karma2016-06-08 03:06:45 UTC
I remember as a kid seeing something on TV about a boob job, and they showed a picture of the patients breasts -- after they'd removed her nipples. (They.. put them back, I'm sure.) Keep in mind I was very young so the memory is vague, although I'm positive it was not a horror movie. Do you actually cut nipples off during boob jobs? If yes, what is the reason for this?
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friendsareshit448 karma2016-06-08 03:35:38 UTC
Thanks for the reply! I'm not sure either.
friendsareshit5 karma2018-05-18 19:18:09 UTC
Honest but maybe silly question, when you use a bidet how do you dry off? I would think you'd use toilet paper to dab the water off? Do you use a towel? Air dry?
friendsareshit1 karma2017-06-01 22:58:11 UTC
Thanks for doing this AMA, I think what you're doing is very cool and needed. Abraham Verghese has a Ted Talk called "A doctor's touch" where he outlines his belief that a personal, human connection between patient and doctor is essential for healing. Do you feel that doing house calls and making your work more personal improves the level of care that the patient receives and/or improves their results in regards to healing?
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