I am only 5 + 2 weeks pregnant however my boobs are already huge compared to pre pregnancy. I used to be a 10 b but now I don't fit into any of my bras.
Just wondering if they will return back to that size after bub arrives or not. I have a few nice dresses that I have no chance of fitting into at the moment, which I figure I would cut up and make into skirts if my boobs will never be the same.
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23-09-2013 12:51 #1Member
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Do your breasts ever return to their original size
23-09-2013 12:58 #2
Mine did, I went up to F, when I finished feeding my dd they went back to normal size
23-09-2013 13:01 #3
Mine are smaller, which I am happy about.
23-09-2013 13:27 #4-
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Mine did. I was a b cup pre pregnancy and I'm a b cup still now 3 years after giving birth to my second.
23-09-2013 13:40 #5
I lost two sizes DD to a C cup.
23-09-2013 15:26 #6
I'm hoping to lose some cup sizes! Currently a H cup and feeling like they're very full at 12 weeks. I guess they will get larger, but I'm really hoping they will reduce a bit after breastfeeding, I really don't need any extra back issues
23-09-2013 15:31 #7
I'm one of the unlucky ones I think. I was a 10B before children, a 10D after one child, and a 12E after the second child. They are also very uneven and very saggy.
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24-09-2013 06:31 #8
Mine went up from 12dd to 12e after bub was born. After 12 months of breast feeding I start a clean eating lifestyle and my boobs shrunk massively even though I was still b/f'ing .. I think I went down to 12d
24-09-2013 06:59 #9
Mine were 12b before babies. During they were between 14dd and 14e. Then back to 12d while breastfeeding. After I finished breastfeeding ds1 they were 12c. So I went up a size.
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24-09-2013 07:54 #10Senior Member
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Mine did, but they don't look the same.
They're empty windsocks
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