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Saggy breasts and post pregnancy posted: 11/13/09 at 6:57 AM

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I don't plan on having kids any time soon but I am concerned about my breasts already. I have perky 34B breasts and I have a strong feeling they'll be saggy after having kid(s). Do they ALWAYS become saggy after pregnancy? Do you know anyone who has had a kid(s) but still has perky breasts?

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Re: Saggy breasts and post pregnancy posted: 11/13/09 at 7:04 AM
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I don't plan on having kids any time soon but I am concerned about my breasts already. I have perky 34B breasts and I have a strong feeling they'll be saggy after having kid(s). Do they ALWAYS become saggy after pregnancy? Do you know anyone who has had a kid(s) but still has perky breasts?


I would say genetics probably has alot to do with it, kind of like getting stretch marks. Having said that, my breasts are still perky although they are a cupsize bigger then they were before I got pregnant

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posted: 11/13/09 at 9:49 AM

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I don't have kids either, but I would think that being a 34B there is no reason to worry. Your chances of saggy boobs after pregnancy, are not as much as if your breasts were larger.

I agree with Tanya, genes play a great roll on how your body will react to pregnancy too.

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posted: 11/13/09 at 10:33 AM

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My wife is 40 and has had two kids. She is about 40 lbs overweight and her breasts only sag ever so slightly. They are very attractive. I think the weight is the bigger factor than the pregnancies.

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posted: 11/13/09 at 7:55 PM

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I don't have kids myself, but from what I've been told and seen of the people around me with children, I agree with everyone else. Like Marie said, being a 34B you're in a much better position for things to remain the same post-pregnancy. Personally, if I were you, I wouldn't worry about it.

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posted: 11/14/09 at 12:11 AM

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I do agree that genetics plays a big role in body structure. But exercise and healthy eating does play a big role as well. If you take good care of yourself you shouldn't have any problems.

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posted: 11/14/09 at 12:38 AM
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I do agree that genetics plays a big role in body structure. But exercise and healthy eating does play a big role as well. If you take good care of yourself you shouldn't have any problems.


I think genetics play a bigger role then taking good care of yourself. obviously if your in good shape and you take care of your body it probably won't be as bad but it certainly won't prevent some things from happening. Stretch marks for example.....I gained 28 pounds during my pregnancy, I continued going to the gym 4 times a week, drank lots of water, used creams etc. and I STILL couldn't escape them! I think the same probably goes for sagging breasts, although I imagine the larger they are to begin with the more likely they are to sag later on. You could do exercises to increase muscle tone in your chest to help with sagging but eventually gravity will kick in

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posted: 11/14/09 at 8:28 AM

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OH, and wear a bra all the time.

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posted: 11/16/09 at 9:29 AM

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Genetics heavily influence what happens to your body post pregnancy, and as you age. I've met some lucky girls who go back to how they looked before giving birth with little to no effort, while others were... not so lucky.

No matter where you land on the genetic scale, you're not doing your body harm by striving to remain fit. However, I won't sit here and make fake promises to you that your breasts will never sag. Only a boob job, or having very small breasts will do that for you. As has been said, the bigger they are, the more likely they are to sag as you continue to lose the battle against the clock.

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posted: 11/16/09 at 9:40 AM

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This thread reminded me of ages ago when I was a teen. We would go visit my grandparents, and my grandma was in a wheelchair. My dad assigned me the job of helping her get ready for the day (or bed). This meant taking off her top, and washing her. I distinctly remember her being saggy to the point that I had to literally raise each breast and wash underneath it. At age 78 she didn't worry about "lift" anymore so didn't bother with a bra-but it sure made me feel awkward.

RIP Grandma...

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