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i dont want saggy boobs!!!!!

I really want to breast feed but don't want saggy boobs!!!! LOL I'm small breasted anyways but I don't want them to sag the stretch marks are bad enough
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They sag BC they get huge, it's impossible to have perky double d's
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Breast feeding wont make much of a difference. Its how they get bigger and full of milk and stretch before baby comes. Then the deflate once you lose weight and milk. Some women dont sag as bad some do really bad. I have heard that pumping a lot can make them stretch more though. Think about your babies health, breast feeding is the best choice if your able.
134578 tn?1546634665
Pregnancy, not breast feeding, is what changes a woman's boobs if they are going to change.
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Once you have a baby your boobs sag anyway from growing a lot during pregnancy, you can't stop it, it's just something that happens unfortunately.
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Once you have a baby your boobs sag anyway from growing a lot during pregnancy, you can't stop it, it's just something that happens unfortunately.
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People always say that its pregnancy not breastfeeding but all the breastfeeding mommies I know say they sag a lot afterward. I tried breastfeeding with my first but only made it one month. I did feel deflated for a little while after they were so big but I stayed pretty perky. I was smaller chested too and am in the same boat, don't want aaggy boobies.
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I feel it I have triple d's :(
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They sag a lot afterwards bc all the milk is gone. Mostly everyone's boobs sag. Welcome to motherhood.
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I heard if you wear tight sport bras it makes them less saggy!!
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