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Do your boobs hang low? Do they wobble to and fro can you tie in a knot

post #1 of 20
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can you tie em in a bow.

Seriously, all you small breasted women out there....you have nothing to want or yearn for.

OMGosh! This pregnancy I have gained like 10lbs in each gal! I feel so uncomfortable and top heavy!

I have to lift them to clean under..."boob cheese" is a no no in my book.

I am wearing a sport bra all the time for the support. anyone else. I am not even lactating yet.....yikes!:
post #2 of 20
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hope I made you laugh!
post #3 of 20
Made me laugh! Yes, yes, yes.

I even noticed getting sweat pimples on the underside. Yuck!

I went nursing bra shopping a week ago and got DD to wear now and DDD to wear after birth. I need some new sleep bras, saw some on the LLL site that I might try. I am already dreading nursing pad days.....
post #4 of 20
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Originally Posted by Gwendolyn's babies View Post
can you tie em in a bow.
Seriously, all you small breasted women out there....you have nothing to want or yearn for.

OMGosh! This pregnancy I have gained like 10lbs in each gal! I feel so uncomfortable and top heavy!
i always considered myself small breasted but i still hang l o w. i've been keeping up with my bra measurements this pregnancy (didn't last time) and i have gone from a 32 C to a....38 A?!?!?! i'm so confused. i've never been able to get a bra that actually fits me right, even with the right measurements...so i'm guessing if i could actually find 'em i'd probably be a 40 or 42 A. i tried looking up those sizes last night and they're all expensive, mostly soft-cup, post-mastectomy bras.
post #5 of 20
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I will consider myself lucky for being "small breasted."

However, the ladies are DEFIANTLY pointing in a different direction these days. Mostly DOWN instead of OUT and what is up with that, anyway? They're starting to look more like udders than breasts. :
post #6 of 20
Lol!!!!!! yeppers!!!!! with 2 breastfed babies, age and gravity, you can imagine how low mine hang now \O/\O/
post #7 of 20
I've already had 2 kids and am just under a J cup when not nursing. I can fill our a K nicely when nursing. They are hangin'!

Its been in the 90s the last few days with no A/C so they are getting frequent lifts to the fan and lots of showers. Today I couldn't find babypowder so I put some medicated foot powder under them. That was actually nice! It has some cooling stuff in it and barely any sweat while we ran errands.
post #8 of 20
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Originally Posted by robertandenith View Post
Lol!!!!!! yeppers!!!!! with 2 breastfed babies, age and gravity, you can imagine how low mine hang now \O/\O/
Omy gosh...I so choked on my own spit when I saw that picture!!
post #9 of 20
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Originally Posted by holothuroidea View Post
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I will consider myself lucky for being "small breasted."

However, the ladies are DEFIANTLY pointing in a different direction these days. Mostly DOWN instead of OUT and what is up with that, anyway? They're starting to look more like udders than breasts. :irked:

post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by ~Megan~ View Post
I've already had 2 kids and am just under a J cup when not nursing. I can fill our a K nicely when nursing. They are hangin'!

Its been in the 90s the last few days with no A/C so they are getting frequent lifts to the fan and lots of showers. Today I couldn't find babypowder so I put some medicated foot powder under them. That was actually nice! It has some cooling stuff in it and barely any sweat while we ran errands.

My sister actually put deodorant/antipersperint (sp?) under hers!
post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by holothuroidea View Post
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I will consider myself lucky for being "small breasted."

However, the ladies are DEFIANTLY pointing in a different direction these days. Mostly DOWN instead of OUT and what is up with that, anyway? They're starting to look more like udders than breasts. :
I have a friend who describes hers as eggplant shaped! hee hee, so true
post #12 of 20
I am sooo thankful for my breast reduction surgery four years ago taking me from 36FF to a small 36D. With pregnancy they have filled out to a full DD, but nothing like it was.
post #13 of 20
hahah u ladies r funnny i always been small chested kinda i was 38 b not iam a 40 d but they hang low thanks to breastfeeding heheheh

man after this baby if they get bigger i might need to tie them in a bow
post #14 of 20
I was singing along with this post...
I def. am hanging low- have been breastfeeding for going on 4years in September. No break between kiddos and I plan to tandem nurse again after this baby comes. My biggest issues is finding nursing bras that fit, feel comfortable & support me. I think I am a 38DD now, but will be bigger once my milk increases after this gal is born.
post #15 of 20
No change in size. Is that normal?
post #16 of 20
Totally normal, esp. since this is your first. You will be shocked at how large you can get when your milk comes in a few days after your baby's birth.
post #17 of 20
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No change in size. Is that normal?

Yes BUT you should have noticed some sensitivity and possibly even just the texture of the interior of the breast change.
post #18 of 20
Haha! Made me laugh! I'm small chested, up to a B now! But usually get up to a C with bf'ing. I then go back down to my normal A after bf'ing awhile. This time though, my boobs are SO heavy! I don't remember this the last 2 times!
post #19 of 20
i put deodorant under mine too
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by Laniemama View Post
Haha! Made me laugh! I'm small chested, up to a B now! But usually get up to a C with bf'ing. I then go back down to my normal A after bf'ing awhile.
I already miss the way mine used to be (small A). I used to wish they were bigger but now (after enlargement and completely new nipples), I realize how cute they used to be and I want them back!

I don't even want to think about going up to a C cup... and I can't even believe that it's a real possibility.

LOL, I'm obsessing a little, but this bothers me way more than gaining weight and stretch marks.
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