Should I be really worried?
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Breast augmentation during pregnancy...
Secondly, the pregnancy and its related hormonal changes will gradually cause your breasts to swell with milk, causing stretching of your skin.
After delivery and nursing of your baby, you may notice changes in shape/size of your breasts (e.g., they may sag/droop requiring a breast lift in the future or may lose some breast tissue).
If you plan to have a breast lift, you may want to have it after your final pregnancy to avoid similar problems.
A complete evaluation from a board certified plastic surgeon including review of your prior records, medical history, and review of your surgical notes would be important to guide you about next steps.
For now don’t worry about anything but your pregnancy. Your body needs time to recover, and generally speaking, final results of breast augmentation come about after 3-6 months.
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