Frequently Asked Questions

Most women with breast implants can successfully breast-feed and, of course, give birth. Still, sometimes breastfeeding may fail. This depends, first of all, on the way implants were applied. The greatest risk of disrupting normal breast-feeding is when breast implants are inserted surround the nipple (Areola) incision, as the implantation of the breast implants also affects part of the milk ducts. It should also be emphasized that milk production, its outflow and successful breast-feeding strongly depend on the mood, mother-child emotional connection, and proper nutrition techniques. Therefore, if you fail at the first time, do not disappoint and blame only the breast implants.