Weight Gain and Weight Loss After Breast Augmentation
After breast augmentation a large portion of the breast size is made up by the silicone or saline implant. Therefore if you gain weight, a portion of your breast will gain weight, but they end up looking smaller. If you loose weight, a portion of your breast will loose weight, but they end up looking bigger. The answer to your question is that it is not exactly "proportional". From El Paso.
Unless you are a small frame lady, a 10 pound weight loss or gain is not going to substantially affect your result or proportions. However, larger weight gain will result in proportional decrease in breast size and larger weight loss will result in proportional increase in breast size.
Regarding: "Weight Gain/Loss After Breast Augmentation
After Having a Breast Does Moderate Weight Gain and Loss Occur Proportionately (10/15lbs)"
Fortunately or unfortunately, the breasts do not undergo large volume changes with minor weight fluctuations. As a privileged site they will increase and decrease in volume but not nearly as much as other areas such as the abdomen. Having a Breast Augmentation will NOT change this response.
Dr. Peter Aldea
I'm not sure what you are actually asking. If it is whether you will gain weight after breast augmentation, the answer is no. This procedure does not cause weight gain. But if you are asking whether your breast weight/size will fluctuate over time the answer is yes.
Most women will experience some degree of changes in the size and volume of their breasts over time and some more than others. But actually just having the surgery should not have any...
Some women have "depot fat", which changes in relation to body weight, and some do not. If your breasts currently change with your body weight, then you can expect them to change proportionately after augmentation. If they do not pro-op, they likely will not post-op.