When new mothers are breastfeeding, their breasts become enlarged due to milk production. Many women find this to be a bit of a “bonus,” enjoying their fuller appearance as they nurse their new addition.
However, once breastfeeding ends, the breasts shrink — in some instances, they become smaller than they were before the pregnancy. And even if they return to the same size they were before, often the firmness and overall appearance have changed significantly.
For those reasons, it’s not uncommon for mothers to consider breast augmentation. But how long should they wait before the procedure? And what other factors should they consider?