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    Nothing will firm them up no creams no potions .. Only a surgeon !!!

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    I was an A went up to a d while feeding both kiddies.. back to an a no sag.. haha but can you at this size lol

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    Cuddlesawait, can't help but at your description...so funny...

    i think I will have saggy boobs after bfg even though most pp says its pregnancy that's the culprit. During preg my boobs are at their best. Now they are bigger but soft even with milk in them

    I am pretty sure they will be wobbly pancakes after bfg.

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    Default Saggy boobs?

    15 months feeding... One sentence to describe... Stockings filled with sand.. I was a perky DD. Now a down to my knees B. siiiggghhhh.

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    You can always use an EMS machine (aka. body faradic) on your boobs. It exercises the muscles and regular use MAY help firm them up... but only a bit. Not heaps.

    Otherwise it's surgery or a good bra. If they're actually full of loose skin (where the skin crinkles, and you can grab skin as seperate from the actual breast tissue), surgery is about all that will fix that... but sagginess can look much less saggy with an awesome bra.


 

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