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9974613 tn?1407014269

silly question....

If I already have big boobs, will they grow as much as someone with small boobs? Cuz I really don't think it's necessary....
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Lol, I'm 42 dd and I have stay there, thank God, I'm already 29 weeks
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It all depends! I went from a 36DD to a 36H! Even after losing the weight they remained a 36H! I had a breast reduction a few years later! I'm 39 weeks and a 36D only hope they don't grow as big again!!!
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I went from d to e with my first. DD to ddd to my second and I'm currently still a dddi ecpect to go to e ince my milk comes n
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With my first i went from a DD to an F, and never went back down. Even after losing all my baby weight and a few extra pounds.
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Yea, I guess it depends. First pregnancy, I was a C, and my boobs grew to an E.  That's according to the lady that fitted me for a nursing bra, after breastfeeding they went back to a C.  This pregnancy, my coworker has commented that my boobs have gotten bigger and I'm only 14 wks.
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First baby I wore the same size bra before during and after and with this one no change so far.
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I was in a C cup with my first and jumped to a DD then to a D afterwards. I'm 13 weeks and already jumped to a DD.
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My 1st 2 babies my boobs didnt change at all not even when my milk came in.... this time they have went up a size and a half doesn't seem like much but im already a 34f and thats b4 pregnancy ugh
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Everyone is different & breast size prior to pregnancy doesn't really affect it. I was a small B before pregnancy & the girls haven't changed. At all. Not even a little bit. And I'm 37+4!  
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