I am get breast augmentation in 3week . My Docter will be going over my muscle and I will be getting a 420 cc put in but I am 15 pound from weight loss goal. Will the 15 pound weight loss after my surgery affect my breast shape or look? I weight 152 and I am 38 A right know
Lose 15 Pounds After Breast Augmentation Surgery Okay?
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Will weight loss affect my breast implants?
Generally an A cup breast is already pretty slim so therefore would not be as affected by a 15lb weight loss. One possible concern in a small breast receiving a larger (400+ cc) implant in the sub-glandular position would be visible wrinkling. Always discuss any concerns with your doctor before undergoing surgery.
Weight loss and breast surgery
A 15 lb weight loss before or after breast surgery can certainly impact the selection of the implants and possibly the operation based upon how the breasts appear after the weight loss.
Weight loss and augment
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Weight loss before breast surgery
Breast tissue changes with weight loss/gain, periods, pregnancy, etc. Some people can gain or lose four or five pounds and all of it is in their breasts. Some can gain or lose twenty or thirty pounds and none if it is in their breasts. You know better than anyone how your breasts might respond to weight loss or gain.
Weight loss before surgery
In general, it is best to be at or very near your goal weight before surgery.
Losing Weight After Breast Augmentation Surgery
Thank you for your question.
I generally ask my patients to be at a long term stable weight prior to surgery to achieve the best results. Some patients who lose 15 pounds will see some difference in their breasts such as a decrease in breast size and/or drooping to some degree.
In regards to positioning of breast implants, I would suggest that you learn about the pros/cons of breast implant positioning prior to undergoing the procedure. You will find these pros/cons discussed previously on the site.
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