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I regret breastfeeding...PIOG

Posted by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:31 PM
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well, kinda...for selfish reasons. I bf'd my youngest until he was 16 months. (The plan was to wean him off at 12 months but decided to keep going because we moved and his schedule was thrown off a loop.) And now I have no boobs! I was small chested to begin with, but I could fill A cup. Now I can barely fill an A cup. When DH and I are having sex, I don't take off my bra at all. He knows this and says "it's ok" that I have small boobs but I'm too self conscious. I even hate looking at myself when I'm undressing in front of the mirror before I taking a shower. I'm serious, I have almost nothing! I've talked to him about getting breast implants but he immediately shuts down my idea. I don't necessarily regret bf'ing but it just sucks that it sucked away my boobs, lol. Anybody else feels the same way?
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USMCwife0530
by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:38 PM
Bump!
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splatz
by Sarah on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:50 PM
I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.
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Apr1l
by Member on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:50 PM
Sorry
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MamaSnaps
by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:51 PM

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.


splatz
by Sarah on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:55 PM
I'm only 25 and shes 2 1/2. Aging shouldn't be kicking in this early lol. I lost 50 lbs within a few months after she was born and I think that was a huge part.

Quoting MamaSnaps:

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.


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MamaSnaps
by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 10:59 PM

Yeah... 43 to your 25. SO.... A LOT of people lose it when they lose weight. I've been one of the lucky ones who doesn't lose it. Or maybe that's unlucky when  you wear a 36F (and busting out of it) bra. Not even kidding.

Quoting splatz:

I'm only 25 and shes 2 1/2. Aging shouldn't be kicking in this early lol. I lost 50 lbs within a few months after she was born and I think that was a huge part.

Quoting MamaSnaps:

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.



splatz
by Sarah on Apr. 24, 2013 at 11:02 PM
Oh gosh.. I got up to an F when I was pregnant. NOT fun lol. I can't even imagine having them that big all the time.
I was 160 pre-pregnancy then got up to 175 at the end of my pregnancy. By the time she was 4 months I was in the 120s. Weight loss is nice. But not like this. :/


Quoting MamaSnaps:

Yeah... 43 to your 25. SO.... A LOT of people lose it when they lose weight. I've been one of the lucky ones who doesn't lose it. Or maybe that's unlucky when  you wear a 36F (and busting out of it) bra. Not even kidding.

Quoting splatz:

I'm only 25 and shes 2 1/2. Aging shouldn't be kicking in this early lol. I lost 50 lbs within a few months after she was born and I think that was a huge part.



Quoting MamaSnaps:

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.



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MamaSnaps
by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 11:07 PM

I honestly just looked at my favorite bra and it says US size 36H. I have NOTHING for a rib cage. I could wear a 34 after a bra stretches that little bit after the first couple washes. IT SUCKS. 

Quoting splatz:

Oh gosh.. I got up to an F when I was pregnant. NOT fun lol. I can't even imagine having them that big all the time.
I was 160 pre-pregnancy then got up to 175 at the end of my pregnancy. By the time she was 4 months I was in the 120s. Weight loss is nice. But not like this. :/


Quoting MamaSnaps:

Yeah... 43 to your 25. SO.... A LOT of people lose it when they lose weight. I've been one of the lucky ones who doesn't lose it. Or maybe that's unlucky when  you wear a 36F (and busting out of it) bra. Not even kidding.

Quoting splatz:

I'm only 25 and shes 2 1/2. Aging shouldn't be kicking in this early lol. I lost 50 lbs within a few months after she was born and I think that was a huge part.



Quoting MamaSnaps:

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.




splatz
by Sarah on Apr. 24, 2013 at 11:09 PM
Thats craaaazy. Pass some of that extra boob on to OP. :P

Quoting MamaSnaps:

I honestly just looked at my favorite bra and it says US size 36H. I have NOTHING for a rib cage. I could wear a 34 after a bra stretches that little bit after the first couple washes. IT SUCKS. 

Quoting splatz:

Oh gosh.. I got up to an F when I was pregnant. NOT fun lol. I can't even imagine having them that big all the time.

I was 160 pre-pregnancy then got up to 175 at the end of my pregnancy. By the time she was 4 months I was in the 120s. Weight loss is nice. But not like this. :/




Quoting MamaSnaps:

Yeah... 43 to your 25. SO.... A LOT of people lose it when they lose weight. I've been one of the lucky ones who doesn't lose it. Or maybe that's unlucky when  you wear a 36F (and busting out of it) bra. Not even kidding.

Quoting splatz:

I'm only 25 and shes 2 1/2. Aging shouldn't be kicking in this early lol. I lost 50 lbs within a few months after she was born and I think that was a huge part.





Quoting MamaSnaps:

That's a fact of aging. 

It's like having a grapefruit in an old tube sock around here. EEEEWWWW!

Quoting splatz:

I didn't breastfeed my youngest and lost my boobs after her. Well, lost them in my opinion. I was a nice full DD when I got pregnant. I'm a D now but they are like deflated balloons lol. I'm super self conscious about it. But my tiny terror was worth it.




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MamaSnaps
by on Apr. 24, 2013 at 11:10 PM

I'd give it out if I could!!!!! What's creepy is that it's NATURAL and even when i lost weight? STILL THERE. It doesn't go away. I looked like I was going to tip over!

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