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Breast Lift & Breast Feeding

In general, breast lift surgery can affect a woman's ability to breast feed. An exception to this is if breast implants alone are used to achieve the lift. Other breast lift techniques that make use of more extensive incisions can impair the normal flow of milk from the breast glands through the ducts and out the nipple. As a rule, Dr. Backstein, Toronto breast lift surgeon, suggests that women who plan to have more children and to whom breast feeding is a must, avoid breast lift surgery until after all pregnancies and breast feeding is complete in order to avoid the unpleasant situation in which breast lift surgery may lead to an inability to breast feed normally.

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Robert S Backstein, MD STEELES AVENUE COSMETIC SURGERY
5109 Steeles Avenue West, Unit 13 Toronto, Ontario, M9L 2Y8
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