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How else can implants impact pregnancy, and vice versa?
In most cases, breast implants aren’t impacted by pregnancy and pregnancy isn’t affected by implants.
Even celebrity pregnancies share this concern, most notably those of Kim Kardashian and Playboy model Kendra Baskett. While some moms might have to supplement their breast milk with formula – which even women without implants sometimes have to do – most of the incisions commonly used in breast surgery don’t impact the milk ducts or nipples.
Whether the implants are made of silicone or saline doesn’t impact the successfulness of breastfeeding, either. Some types of breast surgery make it less likely that a woman will be able to breastfeed.
WHAT CAUSES IMPLANTS TO ‘FAIL’ AND HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN THEY DO?
There are a number of reasons that a breast implant, whether cosmetic or reconstructive, will fail.
Usually, the causes are direct trauma, and normal wear or strain on the implant over time. Whether a breast implant is filled with saline (salt water solution), or silicone, the outer shell is made of a strong form of silicone.
Although made to withstand extreme pressure and heat, the outer shell can sometimes break or be subject to puncture.
On the average, considering all types of implant, they last between 10 and 25 years.
If you slice through a cohesive silicone gel implant, you will see two halves that will maintain their shape and consistency.
Implants made from this material were given the nickname “gummy bears” because of their similarities in feel- to the popular candy.
There are many reasons why women choose to get breast implants.
Maybe it’s because they want to feel more confident about their bodies. But in any case, many women wonder whether they’ll be able to breastfeed with their fake breasts if they experience a pregnancy afterward. It’s definitely possible for women with implants to breastfeed their babies after delivery.