I've lost weight in the past and went from a C-D cup (depending on bra) to an A cup, in fact I rarely needed to wear a bra.
Anyway, I've been a C cup the last few years but I am losing weight again. I've lost 13kg so far and most of my C Cup bras are now too big (size 12 and 14 bras). I still have another 13-17kg to go (depends on how I feel) but I really *do not* want to lose my boobs
Is there any way that you've lost the weight you needed to but kept your cup size?
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25-01-2012 23:40 #1
*spin off - kind of* Question about weight loss and boobs...
25-01-2012 23:51 #2
25-01-2012 23:55 #3
I think you can only try to build up the muscle behind them, so that they look fuller.
Otherwise... time for some new boobies a la barbie girl!
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26-01-2012 00:11 #4-
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26-01-2012 00:24 #5
Unfortunately not I know how you feel though, my weights gone up and down since I was a teenager and my boobs have definitely suffered. The only way I've been able to put weight back on to my boobs was through putting weight back on to the rest of my body.
26-01-2012 01:07 #6
Went from Dcup to G when preg with DS. Deflated and stretchmarked to B/C after him, when I lost 8kg off my pre preg weight... They are DD+ again now but will shrivel up again to a B or something after baby when I lose the weight.
My DH has said I could get a lift or some surgery when we're done with babies if it helps me feel better. I do miss my boobs, but I don't like being bigger than im comfortable to obtain them.
26-01-2012 08:00 #7Senior Member
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Nope I've already dropped from an E to a D and I never really looked like I had any to begin with!
26-01-2012 08:06 #8Member
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If you find a way, let me know!! I think it depends on where you put on weight too. For some (lucky) ones it goes straight to their boobs. For people like me it goes straight to my legs and bum and works its way (slowly) up!
26-01-2012 08:47 #9
sadly not i think a lot of it depends on genetics. when i was at my skinniest, about 15 kilos lighter than i am now and in a healthy BMI i was still a D-DD cup, now i'm an E.
26-01-2012 08:49 #10
For most women, one of the first places to lose weight is their boobs unfortunately.
My cup size hasn't gone down after a 20 kilo loss, which sounds great but I have a bony chest from the weight loss so hardly any bras actually fit me.
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