I have very small implants and went from a very small A to a B. This was done 3 weeks ago and I am a active person and was told to wait about 4 weeks before I start exercise again. My question is will moderate exercise affect my implants in any way such as streching them and making them look smaller, changing where they sit, or cause them to break any sooner then they would have had I not exercised as much?
Will Exercise Affect my Breast Implants in Any Way?
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Exercise post Breast Implants
Exercise aftr breat augmentation
Once you get the clearance from your doctor to go back to the gym and exercise then you should be fine to do almost anything.
Exercising After Breast Augmentation
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Will exercise affect my breast implants in any way
You should wait at least three weeks before you resume lighter exercise and at least 4-6 weeks before you take part in contact sports. If you are already in good shape, as long as you remain somewhat active, you will be just fine to hit the field again. Make sure you wear a very supportive bra as well
Exercisse and Breast Augmentation
Every surgeon has an opinion on when and what kind of exercising can be resumed after Breast Augmentation. Several considerations are at play: immediate post-surgical recovery (swelling, raising blood pressure resulting in bleeding, stressing surgical repair etc) and long-term healing concerns. Most surgeons agree that some MILD excercise without acute raising of blood pressure and without using the pectoralis muscles can be done by three weeks after surgery as long as a good support bra is worn. By a month, more vigorous exercise can be engaged in. I would prefer that chest strengthening exercises wait until 6 weeks after surgery and throughout that you wear a good bra support. Before you do anything, you really should consult with your own Plastic surgeon.
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