Breast augmentation and pregnancy
I am 24, weigh 48kg and about 163cm in height. I am currently an A cup and I am about to book a breast augmentation for October and have been recommended 295g textured round cohesive gel implants, full projection with sub pectoral dual plane position and insertion in lower breast fold. This will apparently take me to a full C cup. I am thinking about going slightly larger with a 320g implant. My partner and I are wanting to try for children next year which will be 3 months post op approximately. A lot of girls have told me to wait and my surgeon recommended stated that if I do go ahead now as long as I am prepared that I might want them fixed in the future. I have wanted this procedure done for a loooong time and realistically if I wait until after children it could be another 10 plus years which I don't think I am prepared to do. My questions are as follows: 1. Given my small size now, is it better to go with the small implant and are the effects of pregnancy likely to be less prominent on a small implant? 2. Regarding the positioning of the implant, is a total under the muscle or the sub pectoral position likely to look good still after pregnancy? My surgeon recommended sub pectoral for a natural tear drop look however I don't mind if they look higher after breast augmentation so then after pregnancy they still look good. 3. In your experience, how have girls implant and who started with small breasts like mine looked after pregnancy. Some girls say they were ruined and some say they look fine. I know you can't accurately predict but I'm trying to get as much information as possible to make an informed decision.
Raaach September 3rd, 2016 SA