Clarify some myths related to breastfeeding after breast plastic surgery.
Women who have not yet had children and want to be mothers do not need to let go of the vanity or the desire to do plastic surgery. Contrary to what many think, the silicone prosthesis implant disrupts the breastfeeding.
One of the most sought after surgeries in the offices of plastic surgery is breast augmentation. One of the most common myths is that the silicone prosthesis interferes in the production and excretion of milk, as well as in Amendment of your taste and quality. However, the silicone gel of high cohesiveness not exceeding the prosthesis. In addition, the implant is bottom of the mammary gland and, thus, has no contact with the milk.
However, if the silicone prosthesis doesn’t interfere even in breastfeeding wearing pregnancy footwear, you need to take into account some factors:
-When the implant chosen by the patient is greater than recommended by the surgeon, there is the risk of silicone compress the channels where the food is transported, hindering your passage. But this is only a remote possibility, once the organism has a huge capacity to adapt and, with technological innovations in the manufacture of prostheses and surgical procedures, becomes increasingly rare developing problems in breastfeeding.
-Another factor to be taken into account is the place where the incision is made. In the case of the areolar – in which the prosthesis is inserted through the nipple, the cut is made in the ducts, the pathways through which the milk moves. Due to the incision, these ducts can be damaged, hindering the passage of milk and even your production. However even in these cases, the incidence of problems is low.
To who ever put the implants, it is recommended to wait at least four months after surgery before you get pregnant, not to run any risk during pregnancy and not harm the breastfeeding.
Breast Milk and Asthma
A pioneering study on breast milk and asthma advocates that babies fed exclusively with breast milk have up to about 33% less chances of occurrence of respiratory problems, including shortness of breath or or wheezing during the first year of life, as well as breastfeeding avoids the onset of asthma.
There are many opinions around breastfeeding, which makes it a subject somewhat controversial. However, under the theme “breast milk and asthma” comes, now, a new study conducted Meghan Azad, assistant professor of Pediatrics and Child Health University of Manitoba (Canada), who concluded that the feed exclusive breastmilk for at least the first six months of life, may reduce to approximately 33% of the cases of shortness of breath or wheezing. This number doubles in the case of mothers with asthma.
Thus, it supports the idea that the breast milk actually protect newborns from pulmonary diseases, favoring still the correct development of the breathing apparatus. This is an extremely important factor for the healthy growth of the baby, taking into account that the or wheezing are a risk factor in the development of asthma, which is a disease without a cure that affects about 1.1 million people in Portugal, which corresponds to 10.5% of the population, 5% are children.
THE LINK BETWEEN MILK AND ASTHMA
For the study that discusses the topic of breastfeeding and asthma, were analyzed children between the ages of 0 and 5 years, of which between about 20% to 50% of the newborns experienced at least one episode of wheezing by the time they reach one year of age.
It is well known that the or wheezing children are one of the main causes of hospitalization. This problematic consists of episodes of breathing difficulty for at least 15 minutes, producing a hiss in the chest with every breath. And the prolongation of feeding with breast milk you can minimize this to other conditions respiratory.
In addition, babies whose mothers suffer from asthma are those that can benefit most from a diet of exclusive breast milk. In these cases, the episodes of shortness of breath reduce to an average of 1.40 to 0.33 per baby per year. This factor checks if a greater importance compared to the genetic component of this disease.
On the other hand, the study reveals that babies who abandon breastfeeding in advance or combine with another type of food, such as milk formula, can experience the double episodes or wheezing and suffer from higher respiratory difficulties, at least until the first year of life.
In the Face of the scientific facts, they become vital to count with programs that support breastfeeding, given the important impact that this has on the health of children and adults, reflecting, also, in a lower expense from economic medical treatment against asthma and other respiratory diseases. This is, incidentally, a view already advocated by the World Health Organization, which recognizes that to maintain exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months, at a minimum, is highly beneficial.
RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS: OTHER RISK FACTORS
The study in question found that the babies and male children have a higher predisposition to suffer from or wheezing and it is estimated that it may need almost twice as much medical attention than the girls.
There are also other social and environmental factors that can lead to a higher risk for the babies, including the age of the mother, the ethnicity or the existence of unhealthy habits, such as smoking.
ABOUT THE MEDELA
Founded in 1961, Medela carries out basic research in collaboration with scientific groups, professionals, doctors, and universities to develop products for breastfeeding leaders throughout the world.
The results of this research were presented at the XIII International Symposium on Breastfeeding, Medela, held in Paris on 22 and 23 march.
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