What is the best way to keep your "new" breast size? I plan to breastfeed, of course, but with each child so far-I have lost more than what I even started with! I'm comfortable with my body either way-but, hey, if I could keep these puppies just once it would be nice!
i dont think you can keep them, i know when i had my son and i was breast feeding and then i stopped my breast stayed big for a little while but then went back to normal! and i dont know anyone that has kept them! but if you find a way let me know!! Good Luck
I just quit breastfeeding my first child, who's now 1. I am so disappointed to find that my breasts are now smaller than they were before I even got pregnant. They have definitely lost their oomph. Why is that? I think I went from a D cup(which I've always been) to a B cup. Is this permanent now? Does anyone know what will happen after my next child?
I have had the opposite experience. I was a B before pregnancy and before nursing. Then went to a D when nursing and after I quit I have gone down to a C and stayed there for 2.5 years with my daughter. And then went back up to a D when nursing my son, now 10 months, and I stopped bf at 6 months with him and have no milk left and am back to the C I was before the pregnancy with him (baby #2). So, we'll see....but I have no secrets or tricks it just happened.
I am having my first child in December and have noticed a definate difference. Before I was pregnant I was a 34 C, I am now 17 wks, and a 36 DD. Is this gonna get worse? I still have approx 5 months to go...
Wow I definitly didn't know this! I assumed my breasts would stay the same.. I am currently breast feeding my daughter who is 8 months and plan to stop at about a year! I guess I'll have to wait and see my new breast size! I would personally like them to stay the same : )
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