I have also always been anemic since i can remember. it being caused by iron deficiency and i take iron pills regularly. i usually fluctuate between being 9 to 11 in iron counts. it has never been higher.i have had one child delivery. will this affect me getting breast implants?
I Have the Sickle Cell Trait (Carrier). Will That Affect Me Getting Breast Implants?
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Sickle cell trait and implants
Having sickle cell trait is not a contraindication ot get breast implant surgery. You shold ge tmedical clearance as well.
Sickle Cell and Cosmetic Surgery/Breast Augmentation
Sickle cell trait is not a contraindication for elective surgery. Sickle cell disease is.
Please have your hematologist optimize your condition before surgery.
Sickle Cell Trait is not a contraindication for breast augmentation
Having sickle cell trait is not a contraindication for breast augmentation. Prior to surgery, your hemoglobin and iron levels should be optimized. Communication between your hematologist and your plastic surgeon can help with the timing and preparation for surgery.
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Sickle Cell and Breast Augmentation
The answer is YES, you can have breast augmentation if you are a carrier of the disease (and I assume you have never expressed the alleles that you carry? i.e. you have never had a Sickle Crisis?). I would recommend that first you discuss your plans with your family doctor/hematologist that follows you closely. And next, meet with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in Breast Surgery and let them know your medical history. I also suggest that you have your Anesthesia performed by a Board Certified Anesthesiologist who will monitor you closely throughout the procedure.
I hope this helps!
Breast Augmentation and Sickle Cell Trait
If you have sickle cell trait and you are followed by your family physician or a hematologist that would give you medical clearance for the procedure then you could proceed. In preparation for the procedure and during the procedure steps would be taken to prevent a crisis (YES people who have trait can have a crisis in certain situations). Consult with several Board Certified Plastic Surgeons.