Can you nurse with breast implants? If I get breat implants and then get pregnant, will I still be able to breast feed?

You can but risks? The ability to nurse depends on whether the ductal system was interrupted or nerve supply to the nipple may have been compromised. However, that is usually rare, and in most instances, women with a straightforward breast aug particularly if performed through the crease incision, are able to nurse. The next question is: if you can, should you? That is more difficult and there is great controversy.
Yes. Breast implants do not change your ability to breast feed. Assuming that your breasts are anatomically correct to breastfeed, because 30% of women cannot breastfeed even without implants. http://www.dassmd.com/breast-augmentation/index.html.
Yes. Good morning! patients with breast implants (silicone and saline) can and do breast feed without any issues for mother or child. Mothers who have incisions around the areolae have an increased chance of difficulty breast feeding due to some of the milk ducts having to be severed to place the implant. You can study summaries here: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK44780/
Breast implants. Breast feeding is still possible after breast augmentation. I many instances the technique used is through the fold or bottom of the breast. Also in the majority of cases very little of the breast tissue is touched when the implant is placed behind the muscle. More tissue of the breast is manipulated when the implant is placed behind the breast. This still doesn't prevent breast feeding.
In theory yes but. Technically breast feeding is possible but if you had small breast to begin with and you had large implants for several years, your breast might have atrophied under pressure and won't be able to produce milk. This being sais many women with implants, nurse. On the other hand there are many women who don't have implants and cannot breast feed. If nursing is important for you, don't get implants.
Yes. Breast implants are placed under the breast or under the muscles. The incisions are either under the areola or in the submammary crease or in the armpit. In any of the above mentioned points, the breast ducts are mostly intacts. Cosequently breast feeding is not disturbed. Keep in mind that your breasts are small and you might need to supplement the feeding with a battle.

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Can you still breast feed if you get breast implants?

You can but risks? The ability to nurse depends on whether the ductal system was interrupted or nerve supply to the nipple may have been compromised. However, that is usually rare, and in most instances, women with a straightforward breast aug particularly if performed through the crease incision, are able to nurse. The next question is: if you can, should you? That is more difficult and there is great controversy. Read more...
Usually. Any surgical approach that disrupts breast ducts, nerve or blood supply to the breast tissue itself can reduce the ability to breast feed. In general, the inframammary or periumbilical approach probably does the least damage to breast tissue. However, if breast feeding is extremely important to you, you need to know the risks and may want to consider waiting until after childbirth. Read more...
Breast feeding. The national studies show about 10% of women can not breast feed after having breast implants. Placing the implants underneath the muscle would disrupt the breast tissue and milk ducts less. Placing implants through the breast crease under the breast would also not disrupt the breast tissue making it likely that the patient would still be able to breast feed. Read more...
Depends. Remember that a small percentage of women cannot breast feed even without implants. While breast surgery does increase this risk, if you have not breast fed in the past, it is important to know that the inability to breast feed may not necessarily be due to the placement of breast implants. Read more...
Usually Yes. The vast majority of patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery are able to do so afterwards, regardless of the incision used. Read more...

If you have breast implants, can you still breast feed your baby? Does it make your breasts look weird?

Yes. Breast implants themselves do not have a measurable effect on breastfeeding. How your breasts look during pregnancy is a matter of personal opinion, but pregnancy will stretch the skin and soft tissue, which does not always return to what it was before. Read more...
Yes and no. Yes you can breast feed and i encourage my patients to do so. Your breasts will change with pregnancy. How is anyone's guess. Read more...
You can try. Some women with or without breast implants are not able to produce enough milk to exclusively breast feed. Women with breast implants can try breast feeding; the surgery may or may not change their ability to produce enough milk, so i advise all my patients that they may have to supplement. This should not affect the overall results of how your breasts look after augmentation. Read more...
Usually yes. Breast implants can reduce your chances of being able to breastfeed by about 15-20%. Pregnancy and breast feeding can affect the appearance of your breasts with implants just as they can be affected if you did not have implants. Read more...
Yes but be informed. It is very safe but there are some concerns that I have addressed in the video link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fybsihrevec;sns=em in fact it has been shown that women with silicone breast implants produce milk with less silicone than formula fed infants. There are other concerns about capsular contracture and ptosis which are discussed in the video. Read more...

If you have breast implants, can you still breast feed normally when you have a baby?

Most likely. Although the fda-approved literature regarding breast feeding after implants suggest that women with implants have difficulty with breast feeding, that has not been the experience in my practice. Over the past 28 years I have done many breast augmentations on women who have gone on the breast feed. Read more...
No reason not to try. Some women, even without having surgery, cannot breast feed at all. After any surgery on the breast (augmentation, reduction, lift, implants) there can be changes in the breast that alter the ability to breast feed. There is no reason that you cannot try. I tell all my patients that they try to bresat feed (if they choose to), but be prepared to supplement with bottles if needed. Read more...
Likely. The mere presence of breast implants shouldn't affect your ability to breast feed. The surgical technique employed to insert the implants may affect breast feeding, however, and this would be more dramatic if a breast lift is performed. Read more...
Breast feeding. Having breast implant surgery may affect your ability to breast feed, but this is unlikely. The implants are placed under the muscle or beneath the gland of the breast. Avoiding an incision through the "nipple" may also help. In general, if breast feeding is critical to you, perhaps wait until you are done having children and breast feeding before considering any cosmetic breast surgery. Read more...

Will I be able to breast feed my child if I have had breast implants?

Probably. You should be able to breastfeed your child, but if the incision was sub-areolar, you might have scar tissure that can block some of your milk ducts. Although you will still be able to breastfeed, it could be difficult for you to produce enough milk to breastfeed exclusively. You will need to make sure to have the assistance of a good lactation consultant. Read more...
YES. You can breastfeed with having breast implants. Breastfeeding is highly recommended for your child to receive the best nutrition and immune support! Read more...
Usually. Breast augmentation leaves most of the ducts connected to the nipple. Therefore, breast feeding is still possible. When the incision is placed below the breast in the lower breast fold, there is usually not problem. The only time that some ducts get cut during a breast augmentation is with a periareolar incision when the cut is around the areola of the breast. Even then, you should still be ok. Read more...
Usually. It depends on why the implants were placed. Some women have the implants done because they had small breasts, which sometimes (rarely) is due to insufficient glandular tissue. What that means is that the breasts didn't develop normally and the structures used to make milk didn't develop. Otherwise, the surgery and the implants themselves don't usually present a problem. Read more...
Usually. The actual breast augmentation procedure should not alter your ability to successfully breast feed. There are some women who are not able to breast feed that have never had any surgery, so if you have already breast fed a child, this should not interefere. Read more...
Usually . Most women are able to breast feed after breast augmentation. It is completely safe for the baby. Read more...

Can women breast feed after having breast implants?

Breast feeding . Most women are able to breast feed after implants, but that can't be guaranteed. Read more...
80% Can. There is typically no contraindication with breast feeding after implant surgery. However, 10 -15% of woman may have difficulty with milk production. This statistic may be higher in woman who have had incisions around the nipple. Read more...
Most can. Depends on the position of the implant (above vs. Below the muscle) and whether you need lifting in addition to the implant. Make sure you ask your surgeon about your particular chances depending on what procedure you will undergo. Read more...
Majority. The majority of patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery are able to breast-feed successfully; the exact percentage of “diminished ability” is hard to determine given that some ladies are not able to breast-feed even without having had breast surgery in the past. Read more...

Can it be possible for women with breast implants to breast feed?

Yes. Although a potential problem with any type of breast surgery is an interference with the ability to breast-feed, the majority of patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery are able to breast-feed successfully. Read more...
Yes but be informed. It is very safe but there are some concerns that I have addressed in the video link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fybsihrevec;sns=em in fact it has been shown that women with silicone breast implants produce milk with less silicone than formula fed infants. There are other concerns about capsular contracture and ptosis which are discussed in the video. Read more...
Yes. Breast implants should not affect breastfeeding, although there is some thought that the size of the implant may impact volume of milk produced. Read more...

If you have breast implants are you able to till breast feed your baby?

See below. You should be able to. The implants are normally placed under your breast tissue. Read more...
Usually yes but ? The ability to nurse depends on whether the ductal system was interrupted or nerve supply to the nipple may have been compromised. However, that is usually rare, and in most instances, women with a straightforward breast aug particularly if performed through the crease incision, are able to nurse. The next question is: if you can, should you? That is more difficult and there is great controversy. Read more...
You can try. Some women with or without breast implants are not able to produce enough milk to exclusively breast feed. Women with breast implants can try breast feeding; the surgery may or may not change their ability to produce enough milk, so i advise all my patients that they may have to supplement. There is no scientific evidence to my knowledge that women with implants should not breastfeed. Read more...
Most. Most patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery are able to breast-feed. However, any type of breast surgery is associated with a potential decreased ability to do so; exactly how much this decrease is it is hard to say given that some women are not able to breast-feed, even without having had breast surgery previously. Read more...