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    Default Breasts

    I was just wondering if anyone else has had issues with breast size after breast feeding. Since I have stopped BF my breast are completely different sizes. I have an E cup and a C cup. I don't know if there is anything that can be done about this. Is there any Medicare funded surgeries for this? It is really upsetting me and is starting to mentally take its toll and me. I refuse to be seen naked by my husband anymore because I'm so embarrassed.

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    Default Breasts

    How long has it been since you stopped BF? It could take time for them to settle.
    I have BF 3 children and am pregnant with my 4th, my left b@@b is usually 2 cup sizes bigger but with this pregnancy has evened up a little bit.

    I'm not sure on the specifics but I think there is a Medicare funded breast surgery for breast after feeding a certain amount of babies.


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