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Are there health concerns for breat feeding if you have implants?

I am considering a breast aug, but I am also planning to have children within the next several years. Are there health concerns for nursing if you have implants? Could the implant obstruct the milk ducts in any way?

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  1. mamabear1957 said:

    If the implants are placed directly under the skin, all the ducts will be cut and you will not be able to breast feed, although the milk glands will still be there to produce milk, the milk can’t get to the outside. If the implants are placed under the breast tissue near the chest wall muscles, then you should be able to breast feed although some ducts may be cut during the surgery. I would suggest waiting until AFTER you have your babies to augment your breasts. Pregnancy will change the shape of your breasts and you may get better looking results by waiting until after you are through having kids.




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