Having children changes everything, as the saying goes, but does this hold true for plastic surgery as well? People who have gotten procedures in the past might wonder how they'll be affected by the many changes that go along with pregnancy. If you're concerned about what happens to breast implants after pregnancy , then you're far from alone. It's a super common concern.
Breastfeeding after breast augmentation (implants)
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The following is a list of local complications and adverse outcomes that occur in at least 1 percent of breast implant patients at any time. You may need non-surgical treatments or additional surgeries to treat any of these, and you should discuss any complication and necessary treatment with your doctor. These complications are listed alphabetically, not in order of how often they occur. A complete list of complications, as well as information on rates for those complications can be found in the patient labeling for the approved breast implants, Labeling for Approved Breast Implants.
Breast Augmentation After Pregnancy
The entire body undergoes a whole slew of changes during pregnancy, from feet growing a size or two to hair getting thicker. The breasts change, too, thanks to hormonal fluctuations and the body readying itself for breastfeeding. But what if you've already changed your breasts without having a baby?
When you make the decision to undergo breast augmentation, you will likely have a million different — and exciting - thoughts running through your head. Feelings of anticipation and questions about recovery are common in the weeks or months leading up to your surgery. For many women, the potential impact a future pregnancy may have on their breast implants is also an important consideration. The caring and compassionate team at Romanelli Cosmetic Surgery, led by board-certified plastic surgeons Dr.