After a Butt Augmentation, Can my but Get Bigger if I Gain Weight?

Would my hips and butt get bigger?

Doctor Answers 4

Transferred fat moves as your body weight does

That's a good question, and that's one of the points I make more emphasis on my patients: If you get a fat transfer, you have to know that if you lose weight, your fat cells (including the transferred ones) would shrink; and if you gain weight, your fat cells would grow larger. So they function as they would in their original sources.

Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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Can my but Get Bigger if I Gain Weight?

The answer is Yes ! Weight gain affects all areas in our body . So when having a fat transfer to butt , that fat will also be affected . 

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Katherine Feliz Camilo, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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After a Butt Augmentation, Can My Butt Get Bigger if I Gain Weight?

     In most cases of weight gain, the buttocks and other areas with stored fat will become larger.                                                                                                                                                    Kenneth Hughes, MD                                                                                                                                           Los Angeles, CA

Kenneth B. Hughes, MD
Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
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Can buttock enlarge with weight gain after buttock augmentation?

Depending upon where your body stores most of it's fat, it is very possible that your buttock gets larger if you gain weight after having had a buttock augmentation.  Best way to predict this is to think back if your buttock got larger before when you would gain weight.  Glad to help... 

Ryan Stanton, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
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