1. Want To Breastfeed In The Future?

Having breast implants won’t impede with your ability to breastfeed a baby. The implants are placed under the skin or under the breast muscle in order to keep the milk ducts intact.

One of the possibilities for getting implants involves a nipple incision. Many women prefer nipple incisions because the scar is very small and it fades with the passage of time. The procedure, however, may affect nipple sensitivity. If your nipple lacks sensitivity, the milk might not flow when the baby tries to latch on.

According to the National Research Center for Women and Families, women with breast implants are three times more likely to have problems with breastfeeding. In addition, they’re more prone to experiencing problems like mastitis (inflammation of the breast tissue) and other breast infections.