Body Image and Issues after Weight Loss Including discussions about excess skin and reconstructive surgery

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Old 03-06-2013, 04:08 AM   #136  
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When I was 125 lbs I was a 32A. At 170 lbs and nursing I' m now a 38DD.thirty lbs ago I was a 40F. So yeah, I have a lot of bras in different sizes now. I don't care about them being small but the sagging upsets me greatly. Nothing I can do about that though now.
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Old 03-10-2013, 07:25 PM   #137  
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I've only lost 16 pounds so far and I've already gone from a D cup to a C cup! I prefer my boobs small though so that is alright with me!
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Old 07-01-2018, 11:08 PM   #138  
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When I was younger{in high school} I wore a 36C to a D. After my kids I was wearing a 40D and now that I've lost weight I'm wearing a 36C again, but one of my girls is a little bigger. Boy I hate that!! Anyway I would love to be in a 34B or loose C by the time I'm finished. My husband has other ideas!
Don't feel bad. Literally everyone has one breast that's bigger than the other. Even men. Whichever arm is your dominant side will have the smaller cup due to the amount of muscle verses fat
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