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Will Breast Augmentation Affect Breastfeeding Too Much?

>> Aug 3, 2015

Although there is no wrong cause to use plastic surgery, it is still something that should be heavily considered before doing so. There are many things that will change afterwards, and unless you are completely sure you want to do it, you should not undergo surgery. However, one of the biggest impacts breast surgery can have on women is when it is done before pregnancy and if they can breastfeed later on. Luckily, many breast augmentations are safe in regards to raising a baby without having to remove the implants.

Regular checkups with your surgeon
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If you want to make sure that your breast are not damaged in any way, and if you want to ensure that you can breastfeed without nay issues even with implants, you should visit your surgeon regularly. Moreover, make sure that no nerves or milk glands are damaged in the process, so that there will be nothing wrong with your breasts. Some minor damages can be mended even without surgery making it easier for you to breastfeed your baby and to make sure that there will be nothing wrong.

Breast augmentation can prevent sagging
In general, it is possible to breastfeed your baby without any problems, and you will not have to worry about normal milk production. And even though your breasts will not be sagging after pregnancy, it is not a guarantee that after nursing it will not happen. Moreover, if you want to be sure that there is nothing wrong with your breast, you will have to visit your surgeon and let him have a look, so that everything is under control. But, as soon as you notice something out of the ordinary, or if you feel pain, stop with nursing, and call your local doctor.

Be careful with subtle but sometimes painful changes after pregnancy
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There will be many things that will change after pregnancy and in some cases your body’s initial reaction will be to enlarge breasts so that you can feed your baby. Although this is a natural reaction, it could cause engorged breasts and in some cases a lot of pain and discomfort among those who have larger implants. Although engorgement will pass and it does not pose any serious problem, but if you start feeling pain or a lot of discomfort it will be a great idea to visit your doctor for counseling.

Different types of breast augmentation
Whether you will have problems with breastfeeding will mostly depend on what kind of plastic surgery you underwent and how your breast were augmented. Perhaps the best way to secure that your breasts will not have any problems after pregnancy is to look into how you can do it without having to use implants. Breast lift is a more natural approach to handle breast plastic surgery and it will be great because it will only use your own body for support. Moreover, you can look into having such surgery after breastfeeding as well, to mend possible sagginess.

Wait to see if you will have any problems

Unfortunately, there is no surefire way to tell if you are going to have problems with breastfeeding later on, which is why you should pay attention to all the signs your body is giving you in order to make sure that there is nothing wrong and that you can take action immediately. But, if you are opting for any kind of breast augmentation, it is better to look for more natural ways to do it, so that you can avoid having to remove any implants later on in your life if it becomes necessary.

Considering breast augmentation
Make sure to take all the different factors into account when choosing to have breast augmentation, especially if you are yet to have children. Although there is a high chance that nothing will happen, it is best to stay safe, and it is always a good idea to pay attention to what your body is telling you, But make sure that you do not hesitate to call on your local doctor as soon as you find something out of the ordinary and if you feel that something is not right.

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