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    Sorry if it's been done to death but I'm wondering what people's boobs did post feeding.
    I fed for 24m and have a DD/E cup. I stopped feeding in November and am wondering is it likely I'll drop back to my pre-pregnancy C cup.
    I've got a lot of weight to shift post marriage/pregnancy ( 18kg down, 12kg to go). Almost 15 of that 18kg has been since September but no shift in boob size.
    Did yours go down post feeding? If so how long did it take?
    Last edited by SpecialK; 31-01-2016 at 20:04.

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    My boobs shrunk considerably...and continue to shrink years after. I don't even fill an A cup anymore. It could be my fitness that has seen my boobs continue to shrink...not sure. My mum said hers shrunk to nothing, then came back after two years. It's been waaaayyyy longer than two years for me.
    I come from a family of large breasted women, I feel so lucky to have missed thst gene. I really hated my 'Large B cup' breastfeeding boobs.


 

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