Does it deflate them, make them saggy or what and does it really help you lose weight??Answer Question
I never lost any weight breastfeeding. I should say during breastfeeding. I think if you are doing it right, you shouldn't be losing weight while breastfeeding considering you are suppose to be consuming more calories while breastfeeding than when pregnant. Most women have told me their breasts did deflate once they stopped breastfeeding and yes they did get saggy. Many lactation consultants will say that pregnancy makes your boobs saggy not breastfeeding. I don't agree because I didn't breastfed my first child and didn't see a change in firmness but I did with my second child who was breastfed.
Answer by legalmommy101 at 1:05 AM on Dec. 16, 2009
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Answer by etexmom at 7:06 AM on Dec. 16, 2009
Anon 1:19am it is not a conspiracy it is actual fact that breastfeeding does NOT create sagging breast. Here is the medical journal to help you understand why it is NOT breastfeeding that creates sagging but pregnancy amongst other reasons but none of which are breastfeeding. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/86982.
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