How to reduce Breasts size
Michelle - posted on 04/14/2015
With Bras, the smaller the band the larger the cup size. Like the other ladies have said, it seems odd for you to be a 36. If you get the correct band size you could find that your cup size is more like an F. I do fit bras so know about sizing.
Get yourself professionally fitted.
Ledia - posted on 04/14/2015
Actually, if you have a good surgeon and request that your augmentation be done with future breast feeding in mind, you may still be able breast feed after having breast augmentation. I doubt any surgeon will guarantee that you will be able to breast feed after the surgery because there is always a chance there will be complications, but the likely hood that you will be able to is good.
I know several women who have had both breast enlargement surgery and breast reduction surgery who were able to breast feed just fine after their surgeries. That said, because they have to go behind the milk ducts to remove the fat to reduce the breast size, recovery is often a little longer and more painful than the basic reduction surgery.
If surgery is not the right path, I agree with Sarah E that you should get a good bra fitting. It does seem odd that your waist is so small, but your band size is so large, and a DD cup really isn't all that big. Most women who have breast reduction surgery are at least an H or larger. I have a 24 inch waist and wear a 32DD and my breasts are not really overly large at all. In fact, in some blouses with the proper bra, they seem down right small. I think you may need a smaller band size and a larger cup.
Sarah - posted on 04/14/2015
If your waist is so tiny, it is not likely that you should be in a band size 36. An ill fitting bra can the most troubling issue for busty women. I feel for you, I am pretty big up top as well. One year for Christmas my MIL wanted a bra-fitting and company to go with her for the fitting. That's why I know her size, Also H is way bigger cup than DD. She struggled with her breasts for a long time but once she put herself in the hands of a trained bra fitter, the difference was dramatic. If your waist is only 26 inches, you must be no bigger than a 30 band size, and a bigger cup size than DD. Try getting a bra fitting, what do you have to lose?
Sarah - posted on 04/13/2015
You can get a good bra fitting and wear a minimizing bra. My MIL is 5'2" and maybe 130 lbs, she has size 32 H breasts! You'd never know it, becasue she wears a good proper fitting bra.
If you lave a breast reduction, you will likely not be able to nurse your child.
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