Here you can find information about various types of breast surgery and the methods therefor, and there are typically major similarities to possible side effects and complications to the operations.
Do you lose the feeling in the breasts after surgery?
The physiological function of the nipple is probably to provide delivery of breast milk during breastfeeding, but it is also unbelievably many of a very important erogenous zone that plays a major role in their sex life, due to the fact that unusually many nerve pathways are gathered here, which justifies the frequently occurring question.
Some operations help a bigger barm, others give a smaller and a third give a boost. It is also possible to get an operation of the nipple and areola, which is the area around the nipple, for example, this is very large, or the nipple turns in.
Common to all these types of operations is that, in any case, a temporary numbness in the nipples will typically occur until the healing process is completed. This varies depending on how interfering the operations are and how well one’s body takes the operation, and the healing can take about one month and up to a year.
There is greater risk that the feeling is lost in some operations rather than others. These are typically the operations whereby the nipple and the areola are removed completely from the chest for later reattaching, which poses the greatest risk of numbness. This is due to the fact that it is necessary to cut many, if not all, nerve pathways to the nipples. The return of the feeling will thus depend on how well these subsequently connect / grow again, which is very different.
Breast lift surgery, which takes place at anchor lifts, vertical cuts and armpit lift, typically implies that the areola and nipple are cut and moved, thus causing damage to the nerve pathways and the sensation. The same is often true for breast reduction surgery, where liposuction of the breasts is insufficient and similar to deep inverted nipples.
Breast enlargement operations with large-size implants may also mean that it is necessary to cut into the area around the nipple and possibly move it, thereby increasing the risk of numbness. However, with the implantation of smaller implants, it is often possible to cut a cut below the chest itself and here the risk of numbness is very small. There is also a minimal risk of nerve damage to the nipple of breast augmentation, which occurs by using own fat as it is injected with needles, so that the nipple is not cut.
Today, however, most surgeons use techniques that should give good chances that the risk of losing numbness will not permanently become a reality. In addition, the surgeon will always review the different risks of the different methods based on a study of the patient’s breasts before any surgery is planned. This means that a risk weighing is based on the specific situation, which provides a far better decision base than general knowledge in the field, since the natural size, shape and firmness of the breasts also play a major role in the possible occurrence of the various risks.
Finally, you may also experience reduced chest nerve sensation by breast enlargement, even though there is no cut around the area. The chest pressure will automatically increase when implanting or implanting other breast augmentation methods, as the skin is adapted to a smaller breast, which may cause tightness around the nerve pathways, which in the worst case may cause you to lose the feeling of nipples. It will not necessarily be permanent, as the skin will eventually adapt to more space for the new and larger breasts.