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Breastfeeding appears to be safe for women with breast implants. The results of several studies that looked at whether silicone breast implants could harm nursing babies have been inconclusive.
It's important to note that silicone is in many products your baby might use, including some bottle nipples. It's used as a coating for fruits and vegetables, and is an ingredient in some antacid medications. Silicone is also the main ingredient in a medication for infant colic. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has concluded that silicone is safe for an infant to ingest. Even if a small amount of silicone got into your milk, chances are it wouldn't harm your baby.