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I hear ya! It sounds so vain and superficial, but I used to have really great boobies (seriously - three different friends asked me who did my boob job and I got to give the Terri Hatcher "they're real and they're fabulous" line) and I knew that was going to be the most depressing thing about my post-pregnancy body. They are not where they used to be and they're just mushy and draggy :-( And same here - bought some new bras to chear me up and now a few weeks later the bras are uncomfortable. Waah!
This was on the View yesterday--it looks amazing--gives you a lift and smooths out back fat--I'm def. going to look into it after the 2nd diva..even though I'm a tiny girl up top, gravity doesn't care about that--and I don't want to have saggy bb's at 26!!
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~*~*~ Kristin--mama to two fabulous and fierce beauties--Aly and Natalie*~*~
My boobs were 36DD before having kids...all natural (even DH said my boobs were too big--crazy coming from a guy! lol) and now they are 36DDD!! I'm pretty petite so they look HUGE! Try having saggy 36DDD boobs--and I'm only 25! lol It was worth it though--to be able to breast feed both girls for so long..but I really want them to perk up! lol I've considered having a breast reduction after I'm done with kids..mainly for back problems! But yea saggy boobs suck--and I can't ever find a decent bra!
I've always had big boobs. Right now my ribs are a 27. My breasts are 34. A 7 inch difference is a G. There is no way I can find that size. They hang so low that Charlie tries to latch onto my belly button. The EDS makes it worse as my skin is super saggy. When I'm done having kids I've already been told by doctors I need a reduction/lift. If they lift me I'll be a A/B cup at best, which honestly due to frame size I need to be anyway. However, I can't mentally go from a G to an A without feeling some loss. I am planning on doing a fat transfer so I can be a nice C.
~Beth~ Wife to my Airman Chris, and mommy to: Anthony Nathaniel (8/31/04), Anastasia Fae (8/01/06), Baby C (lost on 10/12/07), David Cillian (7/31/08), Charles George (4/29/10), and Alan Christopher (2/22/12)
I had such an amazing rack and now it's amazing how disgusting they are. They sag SO much and the skin is so loose. They're going to be really horrid once I stop breastfeeding. I am DEFINITELY getting myself a lift & implants once the baby making factory is closed (not that I'm sure I'll even have more)