How Will Pregnancy Affect My Implants?
You can have breast implants before or after pregnancy, and it will not affect you or the baby. Your health and your baby’s health will not be altered in any way by the procedure. Breasts may change during pregnancy, and that’s completely natural. However, the overall longevity of the implants should still be in place even after you have a child. If you are pregnant, your breasts will fluctuate slightly because your body will be changing. These can be permanent changes that stretch and change the shape of your breast augmentation. However, your implants should not be drastically affected.
Do Breast Implants Affect Breastfeeding?
If you get breast implants and have a baby, you should still be able to breastfeed. Although there is a possibility you may not be able after getting implants, the majority of Scottsdale patients with breast augmentation can. This mostly depends on the types of incisions and implant placements. If you choose an experienced plastic surgeon such as Dr. Meger in Scottsdale, you are more likely to have a successful surgery that won’t result in being unable to breastfeed. It’s important to choose a surgeon that has done the surgery multiple times and is very knowledgeable in this area. If you are planning on having kids in the near or distant future, during your consultation in Scottsdale, you should let Dr. Meger know that. That way, he can let you know all of the risks associated with it and help guide you into making the right decision about your breast augmentations.
Take the Next Step
Getting breast augmentation surgery is not a decision that should be rushed. Although you may have been dreaming of that curvy, full bust; it takes careful consideration and research before deciding on the right kind of surgery and the best plastic surgeon. Scottsdale plastic surgeon Dr. Meger has worked with several patients over the years helping with breast augmentations, breast lifts, and other cosmetic surgeries. He and his staff will do everything possible to ensure that you have a safe, successful surgery. While it’s a common concern to wonder if having kids is something to consider when getting implants, we can help put your mind at ease. If you still have questions about it, we can clear some things up for you.
Call Dr. Meger at 602-957-6000 to voice any concerns or questions. Our staff is highly trained, and we would love to hear from you! Call today and we will gladly help set you up with a consultation right here in Scottsdale.