How Soon After Giving Birth Can I Have a Breast Augmentation?
A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes when she becomes pregnant. Some of these changes may look appealing, but others may not. These changes take place in order to prepare the body for the child. Sometimes, the pregnancy brings about changes to the body that may not be ideal for the mother. In such case, cosmetic surgery can be done in order to make the body look sexier and more appealing.
The breast augmentation procedure is a common surgical procedure that mothers usually choose. This procedure enables them to get back their beautiful breasts or improve them. During pregnancy and childbirth, the breasts will usually grow bigger because they are filled with milk for the baby. As the mother continues to breastfeed, the breasts will still have milk for the baby. Once the mother stops breastfeeding, the breasts will no longer produce milk and will gradually shrink in size. For some moms, this can cause their breasts to sag; that is why they go for a breast augmentation or a breast lift.
Surgeons wouldn’t operate on the breasts of mothers who have just given birth because they may still be healing from the previous operation due to a cesarean section. Others who have gone through a normal delivery still wouldn’t be operated on immediately because their breasts are still not in their usual size. Patients have to wait for about six months after they stopped breastfeeding before they can go for a breast surgery. This is to make sure that the results of the breast augmentation lasts and don’t change.
Apart from waiting for about six months after stopping breast feeding, patients should also wait until they lose the weight that they gained due to the pregnancy. This will make sure that the breasts are in their usual shape and size. If you don’t wait long enough before you go for the augmentation, it is possible to have sagging breasts.
It is also best for you to wait after you are done having children before going for a breast augmentation procedure because there is a chance that it can affect your ability to breastfeed. Although there are some women who can still breastfeed after the procedure, it isn’t a guarantee. In addition to this, the weight gain and weight loss that happens during and after the pregnancy negatively affects the results of the breast augmentation procedure. This is why it is advisable to get the surgery only after you are done with having children.
Aside from the breast augmentation surgery, the breast lift is also a popular choice among mothers. It helps make the breasts look tighter again after losing volume. It removes the excess skin and makes the breasts look perkier again. It is a great option for those who don’t want to increase the size of their breasts but just to correct the sag. Like the breast augmentation surgery, patients who go through it should also wait for about six months after they stop breastfeeding to make sure their breasts won’t change again and to avoid unfavorable results in the long run.
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