Breastfeeding after Breast Augmentation Surgery

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Q) Is there no problem with breast feeding after the breast augmentation?


The answer to this question is that there is no problem.
In addition, let’s look at some of the important facts that you need to know in breast augmentation.

Breast augmentation can be divided into two.

First is the ‘Subglandular’ – Above the pectoralis major muscle
Second is the ‘Subpectoral’ – Under the pectoralis major muscle





We call this ‘surface’.
There are surfaces above the muscle and below the muscle.
All the breast augmentations are depended on where the implant is put in.
This is why the surface is so important. Everything changes according to what surface is selected.

Then, which surface is closely located to the breast tissue that makes the breast milk.
It is the surface above the muscle.
You might think that the breast milk may not be good if the silicone touches the tissue.

But, if the implant is put in below the muscle, the implant would not interact with the breast tissue. This would have no effect on the breast milk.

If the silicone is put above the muscle, the epithelium forms after two weeks.
This epithelium completely separates the implant and the breast parenchyma.



So one can know that the silicon does not interact with the breast milk tissue.
There are many people who think that the silicone causes harm to the body. Of course, there aren’t all good things about the silicone.

However, the silicone is chemically stable substance. Also it is completely separated from the body therefore, it does not cause any harm to the body. Also there is no relation with cancer either.

The implant itself does not pollute or harm the tissue. This is a verified fact.
But, what if the surgeon is not experienced enough and causes harm to the breast tissue?

The breast tissue can recover but if the damage is severe then the amount of breast milk can be reduced and there may be limitation on it.

How can this happen?

Implant through the armpit and under the muscle does not cause any trauma to the breast tissue.
But, implant through the armpit but above the muscle can/


Incision on the areola has the highest possibility of the trauma. This happens often with the surgeon with not much experience.

Subpectoral has the lowest possibility of breast tissue trauma. The incision is visible to the eyes therefore, it is safe.
So this is the best method that does not cause any damage to the breast tissue.

This is just a principle in the breast augmentation.
But the surgery depends fully on the surgeon and his/her experience.
There are times when there is no damage to the breast tissue although the areola incision is performed.

Subpectoral is the safest method that does not damage the breast tissue.  Also is the surgeon is much experienced, there would not be any problem on the breast milk. Breast augmentation does not have any effect on the breast milk.

This is all for today,
Thank you very much for reading.

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