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Every mom knows firsthand how much pregnancy changes the body. Regardless of the woman’s age, pregnancy usually leads to new stretch marks, stretched skin, and sagging, deflated breasts. Breast implants can give you attractively youthful, firm, and perky breasts after pregnancy and childbirth have taken their toll.
Any woman who desires breast implants after pregnancy could be a potential candidate for breast augmentation. As long as you do not smoke and have good overall health, a desire to improve your breast fullness, and realistic expectations, you may be a candidate for breast implants. Bear in mind that you will need to wait to undergo the procedure until after you are no longer breastfeeding your child.
Pregnancy can stimulate a desire to get breast implants because of how it affects the breasts. During pregnancy, a woman’s breasts swell as they prepare to lactate to provide nourishment for the new baby. When lactation is no longer necessary and the mother’s milk supply dries up, the breasts shrink again. Unfortunately, this swelling and subsequent shrinking can result in flabby-looking, deflated breasts.
For many mothers, pregnancy’s effects on the breasts are permanent. While your breasts may have been firm and youthful beforehand, now they might look and feel more like partially deflated balloons. The volume loss of post-pregnancy breasts can give them a sad, saggy appearance that ages your overall appearance.
The physical effects of pregnancy on the breasts are only part of the issue. A woman’s breasts are a critical part of her femininity and beauty. From an emotional standpoint, these physical effects can negatively impact a woman’s self-image and confidence. All these concerns can make a mother an excellent candidate for breast implants. Implants can enhance the shape, volume, and fullness of the breasts, restore a youthful and perky appearance, and instill self-confidence and a positive body image.
A woman who is interested in getting breast implants will need to wait at least until after childbirth to undergo the procedure. As this is a major elective surgery, the baby cannot be put at risk. Also, if you plan to breastfeed, you will need to wait until you are no longer nursing your child and your breasts are no longer producing milk.
Postponing your procedure until after childbirth and nursing will give your body time to heal and adjust. It will also help protect your health and your child’s health, as well as your future results. By waiting until your breasts have settled to their “new normal” after pregnancy and nursing, you and your surgeon will have a better idea of what your needs are and how best to achieve the most desirable results.
By getting breast implants after pregnancy, you can achieve youthful, flattering curves once again. To learn more, request your personal consultation online or by calling (303) 232-8585.