Breast Augmentation & Sex

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March 21, 2012

Written by Christine G. Adamo

Breast Augmentation & Sex

Are you reading this before or after breast augmentation? Either way, you have needs and are not a one-dimensional human being. That’s why we want to sit you down and talk about sex after breast implants. Yes – SEX.

Enhancing your body with breast implants can heat up your sex life. But, breast augmentation may make you wonder: When can I have sex? Is it time yet? And, my personal favorite – How crazy can we be?

New proportions, great self esteem and a set of rockin’ “girls” can get you and your lover excited about sex after breast augmentation. With breast implants, you may feel sexier than ever, which is why we want you to have fun with this topic! How?

Pour a drink, dim the lights and put on some romantic music…it’s time you felt truly:
  • Empowered
  • Feminine
  • & Sexy

Sex & Bigger Breasts: Our Readers Respond

We love turning to our trusted discussion board contributors and readers for insight. So, we asked them to share their “Sex After Breast Augmentation” stories and advice with you. As you read these excerpts, look for tips that’ll help you make the most of your breast implant experience and breathe new life into your own post-BA bedroom routine.

NOTE: Comments are listed by surgery date

boxergirl170, 41
Surgery Date: May 18, 2011
Pre-Op: 36AA | Post-Op: 36C-34D?

My PS was very strict about me resuming sex and taking it easy when doing so (at least 6 weeks). Remember, sex (can) be very rough on the breasts – especially jolting the implants (…) I am a jogger, too, and had to wait longer than 4 weeks to resume that.

All of these restrictions did not bother me, though, because I waited over 20 years for these babies!!!! I am 9 months post-op and took my time getting back into my normal, active lifestyle. My breast implants have been the best decision I ever made for myself. My sex life with my husband has always been amazing, but now I'm more confident and don't cover my chest with my arms anymore!!!!

Surgery Date: Nov. 10, 2011
Pre-Op: 34B | Post-Op: 34D-DD

(…) I think when the mood hits you, go for it. You don't have to be all bouncing around and crazy! In fact, you don't even have to move to please and be pleased. Gee, I didn't even wait 6 weeks after having a baby and that was a vaginal birth.

Oh, I guess I should say follow your PS's recommendation, but that just seems ridiculous. Anyway, sex has been okay. Not necessarily any different. I do feel sexier in some ways. But since I can feel the implant under my tissue, similar issues are present for me during sex.

I still have some doubt in my mind when DH feels my breasts. Before, it was due to a lack of tissue or saggy tissue. Now, it's due to implant(s). Bottom line is that sexiness and pleasure come from the brain. Our breasts can be a tool for that, but changing my breasts did not change my sex life.?

linda34, 34
Surgery Date: Feb. 17, 2012 ?
Pre-Op: Flat 34C | Post-Op: Full D desired?

My PS allowed sexual activity when I felt my body was ready but said to keep in mind that he didn't want me straining or doing any aerobic activity for at least 3 weeks and to apply that same concept during sex (…) for me personally, we waited ‘til 5 days post op and just fooled around a bit – then had sex at about 2 weeks post op.

mommatwo, 29
Surgery date: Feb. 27, 2012
Pre-Op: 34A | Post-Op: Small C desired

I would love to hear some stories on this – or information. My husband and I are going crazy. He takes one look at my new boobs and goes crazy (lol) and now that my mood is lifting I’m thinking I will be ready soon, too. But my doctor said no sex until after my 6 week appointment. Sadly our 11-year anniversary (was February 24th, but we could) get dressed up and go out for a nice dinner and drinks.

J’s Dream, 39?
Surgery date: March 13, 2012
Pre-Op: 34A | Post-Op: 34-36C desired

…I didn't specifically ask my PS this question because I was a little embarrassed. But, she said I could start walking and riding a recumbent bike at 1 week, as tolerated. She said I could strap on two snug sports bras and start running a couple of laps at 2 weeks, as tolerated; she said I wouldn’t likely be able to run more than that.

So, in my mind, I thought: "Maybe if I strap two snug fit sports bras on at 2 weeks for sex...." (LOL), but that defeats the whole purpose of having them if they are hidden!!! I just don't think I will be able to stand the movement for a while, but I am hoping to hear from others that it’s possible sooner rather than later – I am going to miss that intimacy!

To which Julie64 responded:

You are so lucky…your PS is so much more relaxed about exercise than mine. I am a runner and not running is making me a cranky girl (…) my PS (says) resume sex when comfortable, so I guess he is not as conservative on the sex issue! LOL

Before Taking Your Breast Implants to Bed…

Before taking your breast implants to bed, there are a few things you should know.

As the women above point out, plastic surgeons have their own concerns about sex and your new breast. What are they? Potential jostling, up/down and back/forth movement, strenuous activity – and that’s just the short list!

How quickly you heal can be influenced by:
  • How closely you follow post-op instructions
  • Breast implant/incision shape, size & type
  • Existing medical or health problems
  • Your overall general health
  • Your lifestyle & routine
  • Age & other factors
Proper recovery will help you reach your most intimate goals, but what’s right for one woman may not be right for you. Ask your plastic surgeon for individually-tailored suggestions…and make taking your breast implants to bed as much fun as possible! 

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