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LisaPhenon

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 07:18
Hello! I am 15 pounds down. That's not much considering how far I have to go, but it's amazing how much of a difference I see in the mirror. I've been thinking about how my body is going to look as I continue to lose weight. The only good thing about gaining weight was that my cup size went from a C to a full D cup. I love my D cups, and I want to keep them. I know that there is no way to shrink everything except for my boobs. So, I've been looking into some natural ways to increase bust size. I keep hearing about daily olive oil breast massages. Could this be true? I'm not going to buy one of those goofy breast creams or enhancing pills. I'm sure those people are just trying to make money. So, do you think that the breast massages will be worth the effort? Also, I weight train twice a week. Will that help or hinder me when it comes to breast size?
Wyattj99

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 07:49
I'm not sure if there are any true ways to keep your cup sizes being with myself I have lost weight in my cup sizes being part of it but wait for it......Ask Spacey what he thinks since he has an answer for everything.
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elk2804

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 08:01
so far my boobs although saggy (breast feeding and age) are still a decent cup size. I think weight training would help to a degree though. Get some hot looking bras...
LisaPhenon

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 10:23
Haha! Yeah I'll ask Spacey what he thinks. I'm sure he'll chime in at some point. I think I'll try the massages. Can't hurt right? But, if I have to join the itty bitty titty committee, oh well. lol
Cthulhu

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 11:06
Well I suspect that in terms of perception it's more about ratios. If breasts shrink some and the mid section shrinks a lot than overall the breasts will appear larger.

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LisaPhenon

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 11:15
Yeah that's true.
eKatherine

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 11:31
Cthulhu wrote:
Well I suspect that in terms of perception it's more about ratios. If breasts shrink some and the mid section shrinks a lot than overall the breasts will appear larger.


Especially if you lift some weight and build yourself some chest muscles.
Alltheangels...

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 11:32
I felt the same way when I started losing weight. Although I hate trying to shop for bras, I was happy with my G cups. After a 55 lbs. loss so far I can tell you that they do decrease but not by much. Honestly, if I were to get them fitted I am probably only down a cup size but a few band sizes.

I don't know for sure about the olive oil breast massages (before reading this post I had never heard of them) but from what I am reading online it does not work. It causes them to swell up in the beginning which is why many people think it works. Because I do not have much knowledge on the topic, I would advise doing some more research though.
LisaPhenon

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 14:38
Okay thanks. I'll read up on it some more. I'm probably worrying for no reason. I'm sure they'll get a little smaller, but that's so true about ratios. I hadn't thought of that. My body has always been pretty proportional so hopefully everything will fall into place.
CollyMP

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Posted: 20 Apr 2013, 20:47
Weight training will help perk up the muscles that hold up your breasts, so they'll look better-I wont' say bigger, but better works, and a good bra does as well! I only went down one cup size when I lost weight a few years ago, from DDD's to DD's. I think if you do the weight training on your chest and don't lose too fast you'll probably be able to keep your D's, especially if it's a very full D.
yankgal46

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 09:27
Personally, I have had 36D's since 6th grade.I would love to be a small C or a B for onc e! Tired of big jugs and buying larger shirts to button over them! LOL
yankgal46

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 09:28
I am not a 36 now nor a D but I would like to lose some of the boob!
NCNOLE

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 11:56
I started a little over 2 years ago at 42D and now 80lbs lighter and 36C (so only a cup - but I've gotten several "You're so flat!" comments that I have NEVER in my life heard!! I got made fun of at 15 for my boobs being big! I wear those slimming tanks and minimizer bras, so that probably makes them look small, but I really feel small!! I actually bought a push up bra a few weeks ago Smile I think I would be okay if they just didn't sag Sad

On the plus side, I can wear button up shirts now w/o worrying about busting through!
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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 13:36
Miss Lisa... my smile for the day. Itty Bitty Titty Club. :~)



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avonzet

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 19:30
It honestly depends on your body. I have been up and down on the scale 338 then down to 263 I went from a 42G at 263 to a 50G at 338 now at 24lbs lighter I am a 46G in high school I was a DD though I have always been a plus size but back then I wore a and I was still a DD so it all depends on your body.My boobs cause me so much back pain it's unbelievable I have often thought about getting a reduction but my hubby says absolutely not.
LisaPhenon

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 21:51
Wow, well if the hubby says no then what can you do? I hope that with more weight loss, you'll have less pain. I've never really been flat chested, but not big breasted either. I was a B cup through high school, and then a C cup after I had kids. Now, I'm a D cup since I've gained weight. I don't mind a C. I just don't want to go back down to a B. I don't want to be able to share bras with my daughter lol. I'll just wait and see what happens. If I'm very unhappy then I'll do something about it. I'm just not quite sure what that will be.
elk2804

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Posted: 21 Apr 2013, 23:33
avonzet, does hubby know how much pain you are in?
ClassicRocke...

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Posted: 22 Apr 2013, 08:21
I have to agree with Elk... he's not the one carrying the "burden". Kind of reminds me of my BIL who wanted more kids. He didn't have to carry them and go through the pregnancies. And never changed a diaper on any of their 3 kids.

You have to do what's right for your health. Rather be a member of the itty bitty titty club rather than having back surgery because of them.



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elk2804

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Posted: 22 Apr 2013, 20:00
Even if you have a reduction you would still have a decent cup size as they don't take out the whole lot
LisaPhenon

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Posted: 29 Apr 2013, 14:43
I got all these new summer dresses recently. My boyfriend is away at school for another three weeks. I decided to do a little fashion show for him last night. I tried on each dress, and sent pics of each one. He said, your boobs look huge! I thought he must be mistaken because I lost 15 pounds. I expected them to get smaller. Well, I guess it wasn't just wishful thinking because I sent the pics to my friend, and she said the same thing. I'm thinking maybe I'm a little smaller, so they look a little bigger. It would be nice if it continued that way, but unfortunately I doubt it.



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