I've bumped into a few articles about women who had to take a breast reduction surgery because their large breasts were the reason of unacceptably high health issues, ranging from psychological issues to severe pains, abnormalities in body posture, or hampered mobility.
Now this issue doesn't apply to me, as I'm not a woman with large breasts (actually I'm not a woman in the first place), but still... Having such surgery done must a very tough decision for such women, as it means literally cutting away integral parts of one's body... I suppose if this problem did apply to me, I think that (to a degree) I'd rather suffer than accept such a surgery. This doesn't mean I don't understand people who take such a decision.
However, this makes me wonder about one thing. Psychological issues and inconvenience aside, it would seem that many health issues stemming from large breasts occur because their weight evokes on the spine greater pressure than it can withstand, hence the pains and body posture abnormalities. This leads me to the question whether strengthening back muscles or spinal muscles through exercise could mitigate these issues to the point of making the surgery unnecessary?