Yamileth

Yamileth - posted on 02/05/2014 ( 5 moms have responded )

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How come when I stared breast feeding my boobs are saggy I'm only 16!! I'm not breast feeding any more she's 3 months already soon to be 4...my milk supply stared diminishing when she was 2 months old, it's gunna be 2 months already since I haven't breastfed what can I do so my breast could be at least a lil bit more firm

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Danicia - posted on 02/06/2014

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work out. cheapest way to help the sag. i'm not saying it'll take care of it 100% but there are exercises to help the muscles under the breasts fatty tissue to help perk them up

Mspi2007 - posted on 02/06/2014

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I do sell It Works Body Wraps and that helps tighten and tone your skin and actually lifts your breasts. That's better than surgery. I'm doing it after I finish breast feeding just because, but my friends have used it and it actually worked form them. I always wrapped just never thought of doing it to my boobs lol melsma.myitworks.com is my website if you just want to see what I'm talking about

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there isn't really anything you can do short of surgery. breasts don't look the same after you have a child and it doesn't matter if you breastfeed or not. it's the hormonal changes of pregnancy that cause the sagginess. buy a good bra

Denikka - posted on 02/06/2014

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After pregnancy and breastfeeding, the physical make up of your breasts change. The flesh itself isn't as firm, not much different than your stomach.
Unfortunately, this is one of those side effects from pregnancy that effect some women more than others, just like a saggy tummy or stretch marks.

There are pectoral exercises that you can do
http://voices.yahoo.com/exercises-firm-s...
or you can invest in a push up bra (which doesn't help much when you take it off :P)
You can definitely help, but you are going to have to understand that your body won't be the same as it was prepregnancy.

Mspi2007 - posted on 02/06/2014

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Drink water and eat oatmeal. Do not skip any meals and be sure to pump or nurse your baby.

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