I just finished nursing my daughter and was wondering if my boobs will ever return to pre-pregnancy lifted-ness. If not, are there any exercises or anything I could do to get them back that way?Answer Question
Answer by MommaofH2 at 6:48 AM on Sep. 23, 2010
Im sorry, but no they wont. You can try to do lots of upper body exercises. Like pull-ups, push ups, shoulder presses. All those muscles around your breast can HELP them out a little, but it will not cure your breast ptosis. Don't worry too much about it though. I'm sure your breasts are gorgeous. I was very insecure of mine for years, but eventually excepted my droopy boobs. I'm a women & i breastfed & they served their purpose. DH loves them anyway & that is all that matters to me now. I don't care what anyone else thinks of them.
Answer by samurai_chica at 6:50 AM on Sep. 23, 2010
Also, bobbies will deflate regardless if you breastfeed. They have done lots of studies on it & they know for fact that women who do not breastfeed, will still sag after pregnancy because of the dramatic shift from huge boobs while pregnant, to smaller boobs after baby is born. Some even say that women who don't breastfeed have a higher chance of getting saggy boobs because they deflate so fast after pregnancy & there is no middle period where the breasts are still bigger than before, but not huge. Does that make sense?
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