Hoping to breastfeed baby after implants? Here are a few questions that will help you determine your likelihood of breastfeeding along with tips to boost your odds of success.

Hoping to breastfeed baby after implants? Here are a few questions that will help you determine your likelihood of breastfeeding along with tips to boost your odds of success.

LLLI | Nursing with Breast Implants

LLLI | Nursing with Breast Implants

Breastfeeding with implants - My breasts have the compulsion to confess and share the journey from vanity to a divine life source.

Breastfeeding with implants - My breasts have the compulsion to confess and share the journey from vanity to a divine life source.

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Dr. Gordon Lewis of Lewis Plastic Surgery in Richmond created this Guide to Breastfeeding With Breast Implants to answer your questions about whether or not you can breastfeed, what you should consider before surgery, and how breastfeeding will affect your breasts. Read more here: http://www.lewisplasticsurgery.com/

Dr. Gordon Lewis of Lewis Plastic Surgery in Richmond created this Guide to Breastfeeding With Breast Implants to answer your questions about whether or not you can breastfeed, what you should consider before surgery, and how breastfeeding will affect your breasts. Read more here: http://www.lewisplasticsurgery.com/

They found that there were fewer food allergies in infants who continued to breastfeed during food introduction. And, yes, I recommend waiting to introduce foods–the article suggests “at least 17 weeks” but my general recommendation is to wait until the infant can sit up unassisted, teeth have started to erupt, and/or the infant is actually interested in food. I also recommend against starting with grains–veggies are a better choice.

They found that there were fewer food allergies in infants who continued to breastfeed during food introduction. And, yes, I recommend waiting to introduce foods–the article suggests “at least 17 weeks” but my general recommendation is to wait until the infant can sit up unassisted, teeth have started to erupt, and/or the infant is actually interested in food. I also recommend against starting with grains–veggies are a better choice.

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