What happens when a women have breast implants silicone and then she's having a baby years later?

Breast Changes. How a woman's breasts change ( with or without previous breast augmentation) during and after pregnancy varies greatly. Most women will experience a decrease in breast size (involutional hypoplasia) and some degree of breast “droop". Generally, the breast implants remain unchanged. Sometimes, patients benefit from “revisionary” breast surgery after pregnancy. Most are able to breast-feed.
Theer are no ill efe. Having breast implants will not affect your ability to get pregnant.After youtr delivery your breast may shrink and sag more.www.beautybybrueck.com.
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Related Questions

Why is the age requirement for silicone breast implants 22 years old?

NO LOGICAL REASON. Other than administrative bureaucrats making this decision. I have had the same question when 21 years seems to be the age of consent for all other adult behaviors. It appears that the fda wants to give adult women one more year to think about it. There is no logical reason for this arbitrary cutoff. Read more...
Ask the FDA. The is arbitrary and based on an fda decision. Silicone gel does increase the risk over time with breast implants (my opinion/observation, ) but you can go to war as a soldier at the age of eighteen. Read more...
FDA . The fda included that age requirement when silicone implants were brought back into our market. There isn't a lot of data, toy knowledge, to support that age requirement. The concern is that breasts may still be developing until that age. Read more...

Can I get silicone breast implants at 20 years old?

Yes, but... For primary breast augmentation, silicone implants is an fda off label use for women under 22 years of age. It is not illegal, just not recommended by the fda. Read more...
Yes. Not recommended by fda but can be used for patients ("off label") who would benefit more so from silicone than saline breast implants (very little breast and/or soft tissue coverage). Patients should be educated about the fda issue, MRI recommendations, and breast implant manufacturer warranty issues. Read more...
Off label. This would be an off label use but it can be done. Your doctor should give you this information and document it. You should acknowledge that you have been given the information by signing the consent form. Read more...
In select patients. If your surgeon feels that a saline implant would not give you a satisfactory result a can silicone implant can be used. Make sure to ask about warranty, need for implant exchange at 10 years and the need for an mri. Read more...