Some fundamental facts on breast enlargement (augmentation)
Will I still be able to breast-feed after a breast augmentation?
Recent information on the subject suggests that women with breast implants are able to breast feed. But there have been a number of studies looking into the effects of silicone in breast-fed infants. There is no evidence of the presence of silicone residues from silicone implants in breast milk or if ingested by infants the silicone is absorbed or excreted by the body. There is no evidence that absorbed silicone causes disease in children.
Frequently asked questions
- What types of incision are made for breast augmentation?
- Where will the implant be placed?
- What are the differences between the implants?
- How long is the surgery and how is it performed?
- What is capsule fibrosis?
- Do I have to stay in hospital after the operation?
- Will I feel great pain after breast augmentation?
- When will I be able to resume my normal life?
- What is important for the follow-up care?
- Do I need regular checks for the implant?
- Can I expect problems in connection with cancer screening tests?
- What will happen with a breast implant during pregnancy?
- Will I still be able to breast-feed after a breast augmentation?
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