As mentioned earlier, the main problem with breastfeeding and breast implants is that women don’t produce enough milk to nourish the baby. Even though an infant might seem to be nursing correctly, an insufficient amount of milk will mean the baby really isn’t nursing right. This can lead to dehydration, which is dangerous to the baby. If an insufficient amount of milk is created, it might be the result of cut milk ducts, pressure from the implants closing the ducts or implants taking up space where milk is normally stored.
If nerves were hurt during surgery, you might not be able to release prolactin and oxytocin that initiate the production and release of breast milk. Implants also can stop a normal flow of breast milk. In addition, pressure from breasts full of milk might cause extra pain. Women in pain might decide to stop breastfeeding.