What exercising will reduce breast size quicker?

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Huskerland3

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Posted: 01 Jun 2011, 13:39
I Love boobies!
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Posted: 01 Jun 2011, 13:58
k8yk, My boobs haven't been perky for 20 years, that's what push up bras and underwire are for!
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Posted: 01 Jun 2011, 14:06
My mom always had big boobs but my aunt, nana (when she was thin), and my biological dad's mom and sisters all had smaller boobs. I have smaller boobs now than in middle school. When I started I was a 36/38 D cup. Now I'm a 34B (and some AA bras fit) WTF?! All you really can do is tone the muscle underneath. My best friends mom hasn't lost any boobage either, yet my friend's shrunk way up. Boobs are just weird LOL and @Husker...we know you do lol
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jaspernsalem

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Posted: 01 Jun 2011, 15:05
I wish mine wouldnt disappear, but those are the first to go for me always! maybe once i loose all my weight ill have to treat myself to a boob job? Laughing
sallyally

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Posted: 01 Jun 2011, 15:08
A friend of mine said when she was a runner, her breast were the smallest they had EVER been!
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Posted: 02 Jun 2011, 02:52
Regarding Scrapingram's comment about the reduction being painful.... it wasn't at all. I know everyone's different, but it was only uncomfortable for me. The drainage tubes were the worst but they were only in for a week. No pain, just discomfort , and well worth it! They've come along way in the procedure, 1 1/2 hours, in and out same day.
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Posted: 06 Jun 2011, 12:19
All this talk about boobs is making me hungry for oranges
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Posted: 06 Jun 2011, 12:46
Mine wasn't all that painful either. And no drainage tubes for me.
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Posted: 06 Jun 2011, 12:50
I had a breast lift and tummy tuck in 2000 after gastric bypass surgery in 1998. The breast lift was a piece of cake. The tummy tuck however was horribly painful. It was outpatient and the day after I had to go back in to the surgeon's office and almost passed out while I was there. When I did go back to work I still had drainage tubes in. It was worth it in the long run.
cece123987

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Posted: 04 Jun 2013, 21:46
I want to shrink my boobs from a D to a B but i need a solution to do it. Ie!m 14 with a D?!? I need help and fast pleas
Nilofer...

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Posted: 05 Jun 2013, 01:15
You must be knowing around the world exercise , that is the best one for breast shaping
shavonaford

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Posted: 23 Jun 2013, 09:00
I would say push ups. I started with a 44DDD note in a 38 DD only a few months later and 34lbs later.
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Posted: 23 Jun 2013, 09:30
Losing mine. Actually tried putting my bra under the boobs and they looked good under my t shirt. Eventually, will be wearing support bras.

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snowflake210...

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Posted: 14 Nov 2013, 12:23
I am a 32 DDD and 132lbs. I am 18 and have tried every thing nothing works so sorry girls. The only way is breast reduction.
CaitlinS13

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Posted: 14 Nov 2013, 15:51
Everyone is a little different. I lost 40 pounds a few years ago and then regained it in the past year but my breast size never changed. No matter how high or low my weight is, I'm always a 36DD.
felon8065

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Posted: 15 Nov 2013, 12:45
unfortunately they are genetic, my daughter (genes from her dads side) went from a 36f to 34b/c depending me....even when I weighed 118 I was a 34e genes from my mom when I gained weight I went up to a g (I'm 5'3) they have gone to a f since I lost a little but they will never be smaller than a e no matter what, makes my husband happy tho. I bench press and that builds the muscle and lifts them up try that if you can sorry for bad news lol
BELLA691967

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Posted: 23 Nov 2013, 16:51
RUNNING! I was a 34DDD when I started my weight loss journey at 129 a few years ago. I am now between a 34C and a 32C/D but not as firm /o: I run but wear a very supportive bra and it still didn't help with the sagging. I think when you lose that much weight they are bound to droop a bit.
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Posted: 23 Nov 2013, 17:23
Spot reduction is a myth. The real answer is that your body is going to lose weight where it is genetically predisposed to lose weight. The same applies to the quest for a perfectly flat belly, thigh gap, etc. You may be able to make some places smaller or at least firmer by building muscle but that approach won't work so much for the bust. You just have to make peace with you genetics and take the weight loss in whatever form it comes in. Some people resent the fact that they first lose weight in the bust so celebrate your curves!
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snowflake210...

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Posted: 23 Nov 2013, 18:51
So basically what I am getting from every ones comments is that running helps but, they will sag a little and that is where bench pressing comes in to build up the muscle and push ups would not hurt to. I think with all of this combined we could beat the big boobs problem. There may be a chance like very thing else in this world that it may not work for some.
gcgrape

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Posted: 25 Nov 2013, 22:31
For many people, when they lose weight, they lose proportionally, including bust size. As you get smaller, so do breasts, just like when you gain weight your breast are very likely get larger. If this is the case, then besides weight loss, there is nothing you can do for smaller breasts short of surgery.
IF your breast size seems to fluctuate when you are Not going up or down in weight, then, I would consider having my prolactin levels checked. This can be done with a simple blood test for pituitary function, checking to see if levels are normal. If you have hyperactive pituitary function, this often is a cause of breasts changing size. They can go up and down in size, despite your weight if your prolactin levels are not stable. This does not have to do with normal body maturation, pregnancy, or lactation when breast feeding. An Endocrinologist can check all your hormone levels to see if there is a problem.





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