Breastfeeding less likely after implants?

But the authors caution that the issue has not been well-researched and many “unknowns” remain, including whether failure to breastfeed is due to tissue damage from the surgery or reduced capacity to lactate.

A meta-analysis of three studies involving a total of 350 women found that among women who breastfed, those who had cosmetic implants were 40% less likely to exclusively breastfeed than those who had not had breast enhancement.

The authors, from the University of Sydney’s Kolling Institute, acknowledge the finding was based on three small observational and