Can you get pregnant right after a breast augmentation?

Yes. Undergoing breast augmentation should not impact a woman's ability to get pregnant. It is important to remember that the shape of your breasts may be impacted by pregnancy.
Yes. If you were planning a pregnancy soon after a breast augmentation you would benefit from delaying the breast augmentation until after the pregnancy when changes related to the pregnancy had stabilized.
Yes. It is possible to get pregnant at any point surrounding any plastic surgery. It would be best delayed until surgery and all postoperative care and recovery have taken place.
Pregnancy & implants. For those having breast implants and subsequently getting pregnant, one of the greatest considerations is the implants effects on the ability to nurse and its consequences. I have prepared this informational video: http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=fybsihrevec.
Yes! Even on BCP's! Yes you can get pregnant right after breast augmentation and many do even if you don't want to start that family! patients should be aware that the antibiotics and anti-nausea drugs used during surgery will inactivate birth control pills and alternate methods of contraception should be used through the next cycle.

Related Questions

What happens if you get pregnant right after breast augmentation?

Breasts engorged. Studies have shown that you will experience some sagging but not much more than if you would never had implants (3 versus 4 cm). The additional question that arises is: should you or can you nurse and I have prepared a video about this:http://m.Youtube.Com/watch?V=fybsihrevec" rel="nofollow" target="_bla. Read more...
Pregnancy after Aug. If a woman becomes pregnant immediately after breast augmentation, she will experience the normal expected increase in breast size associated with pregnancy. As a result, she is more likely to experience looseness and sagging in her breasts once those changes resolve. Pregnancy after augmentation is not dangerous, but the long term results may be more unpredictable. Read more...
Pregnancy after aug. Although it is not at all dangerous to get pregnant right after breast implant surgery, it may alter the final result. It is possible that once all of the pregnancy/nursing-related changes have passed, that there could be more sagging or loose skin. Another concern might be the ability to nurse. Breast surgery can also interfere with the ability to nurse, but this is rare. Read more...
The usual stuff. The breast will behave similarly if you get pregnant with or without breast implants. You may make less milk if you are breast feeding, and you make need a breast lift or adjustment of breast volume (breast implant exchange) after pregnancy. Read more...
Usual Changes. The breasts will change as they normally do during/after pregnancy. These changes may include initial engorgement followed by (potentially) a decrease in breast size ( involutional hypoplasia). Sometimes, some breast sagging ( ptosis) occurs as well. If my patients are contemplating pregnancy in the near future., i suggest that they wait on having the breast surgery until afterwards. Read more...
Should be OK. Although there should be no additional risk of complications with either the implants or with the pregnancy, it can affect your final result. Read more...

How long should I wait to get pregnant after a second breast augmentation?

As long. As there was no capsule work done, and healing uneventful, as soon as you wish. Read more...
Up to You. These types of decisions are very personal. Generally, i suggest that women who know they are planning pregnancies in the near future, wait on having breast surgery. As you know, the breasts will likely change during and after pregnancy, potentially necessitating additional surgery. Best wishes. Read more...
The longer the bette. Ideally if you are considering getting pregnant in the near future you should wait until after your delivery to have breast augmentation. There really is no answer set in stone but i would advise waiting at least 3 months for the scar tissue around the implant to mature before getting pregnant. Read more...
6-9 months. This is really just an estimate because this is about how long it takes for 95% of the swelling to resolve and assess your results. In reality, I have had patients become pregnant immediately afterwards with nearly no adverse consequences. Expect changes such as volume loss and potential sagging. Although the benefits of nursing are undeniable, it may affect the appearance of the implants also. Read more...