Can Breast Uplift surgery correct my saggy breasts from breastfeeding?

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Dear Aurora Clinics, since the birth of my sons, my breasts have become extremely saggy. Although I didn’’t breastfeed, I noticed that when I was lactating my cup size increased from a 34C to a 34G.

After a couple of weeks, they reduced to a 34B and this is how they have remained. I am finding it very difficult to find any bras that fit properly and provide the support that is needed as I have a lot of excess skin.

Would it be possible to have breast uplift surgery and implants carried out at the same time? If so, how much is this likely to cost?


Thank you very much for your enquiry. It does sound as though you would benefit from a breast uplift procedure, possibly with implants to restore volume to the upper part of your breasts.

Unfortunately excess skin, descent of the nipple and loss of volume in the bust can occur after pregnancy, particularly if your bust dramatically increased during this time. For more information as to what is involved, please take a look through our website where you will find a lot of information and videos of our surgeons performing a breast uplift procedure.

If you would like to schedule a consultation to discuss the best way forward for you, please do so by ringing us on 01324 578290. Alternatively, if you would like a more detailed opinion of the best treatment, please email some photographs to and we will be happy to review them.

Many thanks for your enquiry. We look forward to seeing you in the near future should you decide to schedule a consultation.

Best Wishes,

The Aurora Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Team