Hello, The rate of breastfeeding in the community is approximately 65% and it has been found to be 60% after breast reduction. Therefore, we can say that it reduces 8%.
You may be unable to give milk at a rate of 1-3% after surgery. Get well soon
Hello, in breast reduction surgeries, excess tissues are removed, but some milk glands and ducts reaching the nipple are preserved. Therefore, your breastfeeding potential continues. We invite you to our clinic for detailed evaluation and examination for your complaints. You can make your appointment by calling +90 5322529592 or our website www.hakanbulam.com. Dr. As M. Hakan BULAM Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery Clinic, we wish you a healthy and beautiful day. Kiss. Dr. M. Hakan BULAM, Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery Specialist +90 5322529592 - Nisantasi Valikonagi Caddesi No: 26 Kat: 5 Sisli-ISTANBUL
While breast tissue is removed in breast reduction surgeries, some milk ducts are taken. This is why postoperative breastfeeding depends on the size of the tissue to be removed. Although a rate of 50% is stated in the studies, this completely varies from person to person. Breastfeeding is a complex process that depends on many hormones and systems working together. Sometimes people who have never had surgery may not be able to breastfeed.
HELLO WE CANNOT SAY THE RATE OF BREASTFEED DROP DIRECTLY AFTER BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY. IF THE RIGHT TECHNIQUE IS USED IN THE APPROPRIATE PATIENT, THERE WILL NOT BE AN OBSTACLE TO BREASTFEEDING.
breastfeeding is not parallel to the tissue, there are 15-25 lobes in each breast, whereas there are 5-10 MESH in these lobes. As a result, even if there are 3-5 breast tissue, it produces enough milk in one breast to feed that child. MILK RATE DOES NOT CHANGE