Pregnancy and Breast Implants
Pregnancy after having Breast Augmentation is quite common. During pregnancy, a woman’s breasts will develop and enlarge around the breast implants in preparation for breastfeeding. These changes occur as a result of hormone surges, and the extent by which the breast volume increases varies between women. This effect could be subtle, but it could also result in a significant breast engorgement. In all cases, these changes will remain until after a woman has stopped breastfeeding (or, if not breastfeeding, after childbirth).
At this time, the breasts will most likely return to their pre-pregnancy size. Some women are, however, left with a reduced breast volume after their pregnancy. In more pronounced cases, this may result in a significant loss of shape and sagging. This is unrelated to having breast implants, and would have happened whether or not they had a breast enlargement prior to pregnancy.