Will minor weight loss make your breasts sag?

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  1. snow2010 profile image61
    snow2010posted 8 years ago

    Will minor weight loss make your breasts sag?

    I plan on losing about 10 pounds, but to lose it slowly with proper diet and exercise. If I do it that way, will my breasts still sag from the weight loss? Is there anything I can do to prevent it? I am 18 years old by the way and my breasts are too big for me (32G) so I would like them to reduce without sagging.

  2. nadp profile image74
    nadpposted 8 years ago

    I don't think they'll necessarily sag, especially since you're so young.  I think they'll just get smaller.

  3. SEO IT! profile image83
    SEO IT!posted 8 years ago

    You're 18. You can look forward to several more years of perkiness. smile  A loss of ten pounds will likely reduce the size of your breasts, but I really doubt you'll sag. One way of making sure is by doing exercises that strengthen the pectoral muscles. Firming the areas under and around your breasts will help to keep them happily in place. Push-ups (even wall push-ups) and doing "butterflies" with five to ten pound weights are two ways of strengthening the pecs while keeping a girlish figure.

  4. A friend indeed profile image51
    A friend indeedposted 8 years ago

    The sag you would experience would be from gravity, in essence gravity would use the natural inherit weight contained in your breasts to pull on them over a period of time, with the effect being sagging, so you can lose the weight still, just the effect of your concerns would be from a totally separate cause altogether. Forget that advice that they will get smaller, the fact of the matter is you have bigger than normal glands, for one reason your glands within are of a more higher count, meaning you have more mammory glands than a person who has smaller ones, something along those lines, can't remember exactly, but do some research I am sure you will find what I mean, and it will be pretty close to the bulls eye.

  5. iamnotfrancis profile image56
    iamnotfrancisposted 7 years ago

    It won't sag because you're only going to lose 10 pounds. The only way it will sag is if you are totally overweight and your skin on your breasts have already stretched. This happens a lot on obese people who loses hundreds of pounds. If you take a look at their bodies, the skin sags. Even obese men who lost a lot of weight will have saggy boobs.


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