Ok show of hands who's had babies before breast implants? And then after implants? So i had 2 babies before my implants almost 10 yrs ago, experienced the leaking and engorgement and a yr and a half ago i had my 3rd baby my supply of milk was very low, no leaking no engorgement, so im due with my 4th in 4 weeks, should i expect the same outcome as with my 3rd or can it change ? What was your experience?
I haven't had implants, but my aunt did and she is still breastfeeding her 14 month old. Every pregnancy is different so I can't say you should expect the same. The best thing would just be sure you stay very well hydrated. The rule I was taught is when it is colder, you want to drink at least half your body weight in ounces. So if you weigh 150lbs, you should drink 75oz a day. When it is hot, you should be drinking closer to your body weight in ounces.
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