Hey girls. So, just a warning this is kind of a touchy subject, but here I go.
As I posted a while ago, my mom said I can now wear a bikini when I go swimming. So, I have been looking for one, problem is, I can never find one big enough! I am like 24 DD I think…. I have a bigger chest than most girls, and lately I’ve been feeling jealous of my friends who are like A cups and really self conscious.
So, I have been losing weight lately due to exercise and my question is… Is it possible to lose breast weight with the rest of your body weight? My boobs kind of already stick out like a sore thumb, almost literally, and I am worried if as I lose weight in the upper half of my body, they will stick out even more, not to mention having trouble finding a swimsuit that won’t look super trashy.
Also, I am about 130 pounds, give or take, and 5’2″, so it’s not like my weight loss will be extreme.
Do you know of anyone personally, or by word of mouth, who has lost breast weight along with body weight? Or do you know any ways to reduce cup size (other than surgery ;)). Thank you!
|July 3, 2016 at 22:28|
Hmmm… I don’t have any experience with weight loss, but I just thought… I don’t think that you’re taking the pill, but if you are, this can also be a reason for bigger breasts and if you’d stop taking it, they might get a little smaller 🙂
Many people don’t know that.
And, um… If you do sports, especially training for the upper part of the body, this may cause the boobs to look even bigger (but it’s not the breast that grows, it’s the muscles underneath it).
But in general, it is possible that the cup size is influenced by weight loss 🙂
|July 3, 2016 at 23:30|
Yeah, it should. But since your fairly light, you won’t lose much. I don’t known many upper body exercises that won’t ad more malmuscle though.
I, an A cup I a good day, envy you. I’m really small. Growing up everyone on my mom’s side has a very curvy figure and lots of women on my dad’s side do. But of course, I have to take after that one aunt.
|July 4, 2016 at 00:01|
Possibly. When I had a similar BMI as you and lost 20 pounds, I went from being about a 34B to a small 32B. If your exercise is more cardio based than muscle, then yes, it’s likely you’ll get a bit smaller.
|July 4, 2016 at 12:11|
Yes, almost definitely. Most people have the opposite problem as you, they try to hang onto their boobs when they lose weight and can’t, ha!
|July 4, 2016 at 12:57|
Thanks everyone! I found some exercises to do, so I will keep you all posted!
@Wolf, I am not on the pill, but thanks so much for the advice.
@AdventureGirl, I wish I had that problem! I would gladly give some cup sizes to my friends with that problem 🙂
|July 4, 2016 at 14:17|
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