What exercising will reduce breast size quicker?

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Ememily412

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Posted: 19 Feb 2014, 13:58
I'm so sorry to share this bad news, but I recently lost 15 pounds, and went up a size. Yup, that's right- up. I went from a 34DD (already huge) to a 34DDDD. That was about 4 months ago, and I'm still on the up and up- now I am a 32G. My mother frequently reminds me "people pay for those, you know!" (Why couldn't I get her frame!?) I hate them! I weight about 135 which is within healthy weight for my height too. But this is what keeps me motivated, the hope that my boobies will get smaller, but they dont. I just want small (er, at least) perky boobs like a 22 year old girl should have. I read somewhere (online) that there's some sorts of oil that you can rub on them several times a week and its supposed to help stimulate the lymphatic system and break down all the bad things that get stored in fat so your body can flush it out more easily. That article didn't mention that it would make them smaller, however, only firmer. but that's better than huge and saggy at least. It mentioned primrose and coconut oils, and also that there are some products you can buy. it recommended just buying the oil and mixing it with beeswax to make an ointment. (I tried to find the article for you, but no luck! sorry.) But like I mentioned, that was just some article I stumbled across, not sure of the sources or backing behind it, but it seems easy enough to do before bed.

But don't be too discouraged! When you go down a band size the cup size gets smaller too! so since I was a 34DDDD and am now a 32G, my boobs are the same size, the band just actually fits now.

Don't worry, you're not alone on this one! Just stay positive, and good things will happen and be thankful they make bras that are actually cute and sexy for larger busts!
gcgrape

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Posted: 26 Feb 2014, 02:02
Just a thought, I would check with my doctor, if my breasts kept growing after normal puberty. He or she may suggest that you are put on Parlodel, or, the generic drug name; bromocriptene. This drug often keeps your bust size from going up, or fluxuating in size, by addressing a hyper active pituitary, if that is the problem. What you may be experiencing, with boobs getting bigger for no apparent reason, may have to do with inflated prolactin levels, due to a pituitary hormonal imbalance. A simple blood test will reveal if your prolactin levels are too high. One more thing; it doesn't matter what someone else might "pay for". You have the right to feel comfortable with your own body. If you sense that something is 'off' - you must try to find answers to any questions you have concerning unusual changes in your body. Good luck.
Solarstoy

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Posted: 09 Mar 2014, 09:06
I am hoping dropping 30 pounds will reduce mine. During menopause I went from a 34D to a 34DDD. The few times I lost 10-15 pounds didn't change them at all. At this size on a small frame they actually are painful.
Rockzie
SarahLandis

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Posted: 18 Mar 2014, 20:07
I am in the same boat. I am 21 and my boobs have been huge my entire life and it is really a hard find to find a size 30 DD. Any good, inexpensive places to get such a bra? I do think loosing weight will help maybe? (I am five three and weigh 145). I heard pushups are a great way to add lift and maybe decrease size.
Solarstoy

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Posted: 20 Mar 2014, 14:10
I have been lucky with Wacoal bra's. I buy them at Nordstroms Rack or Macy's. They do have minimizer bra's you can buy. That or a really good sports bra will pack them down. Smile
Rockzie
Babalon

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Posted: 25 Mar 2014, 23:09
Decreasing estrogen producing foods such as soy may help. XO
Marcos V

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Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 14:23
Then Why women that practice weightlifting don't have bust? R: Because their fat percentage is very very low. Ergo, if you keep reducing fat from your body your breast eventually will shrink.
Thath does not mean it's easy.
Other problem is thath skin will be saggy. Press bench and push ups help but if not enough, breast reduction is an option.
BarbaraVaz

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Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 19:19
I think that swimming is advisable.
BarbaraVaz

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Posted: 27 Mar 2014, 19:19
I think that swimming is advisable.
Solarstoy

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Posted: 29 Mar 2014, 14:15
As a weight lifter in my 30's I still had boobs. Granted not the DDD but at least a full C.

My husband has agreed if I am willing to get my weight down and still have these DDD then a breast reduction would be in order. I will let you know if the 20 lbs make a difference. Thanks for the reminder on the pushups - don't want them at my knees. Laughing
Rockzie



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