Is not normally a problem after straightforward breast enlargement, since the majority of techniques does not interfere with the breast tissue itself, but works underneath the breast muscle or the breast gland.
Scientific data shows that 25% of women having had breast augmentation surgery cannot breastfeed. The number of patients who cannot breastfeed although not having had any breast augmentation surgery is also 25% …this means identical.
Therefore, there is no correlation between breast augmentation surgery and breast feeding. The same applies to modern techniques of breast augmentation with fat transfer. This is a technique very much favored by us. We do follow the protocol of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons here, which demands to strictly limit the placement of fat grafts to subcutaneous and intramuscular planes, and never to inject fat directly into the breast gland.
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