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I've lost a lot of weight which is good, but my cleavage went with it! Help!

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Question - (31 August 2007) 4 Answers - (Newest, 1 September 2007)
A female United Kingdom age 51-59, anonymous writes:

About a year ago I lost 25 lbs.through a great program. Unfortunately my boobs also got smaller, which is to be expected I suppose, but even now that my weight has stablized and I haven't lost any more (In fact I've gained back 10 lbs.) but my boobs seem to be shrinking! I can't stand it! I've been doing push-ups and lifting lightweights but I don't want to go back to a 34B, which is what I was when I was 25. After I gained all that weight (at age 35) my breasts ballooned out to a 36C and I LOVED it! I loved having a chest. Now I'm about a 36B, sometimes 34C and I'm fighting to stay there! Both my mother and my sister were fairly large chested but I've always been on the small side. I just don't want to go back to being that small, though I don't want to gain any more weight either because I really hated how the rest of my body looked! I know I'm hung up on this, but after being so small when I was younger (and quite self-conscious about it) I was proud to have clevage! Are there any solutions other than surgery, which is too drastic for me.

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A female reader, 911help United States +, writes (1 September 2007):

911help agony auntYour boobs are nothing but fat and you say that your doing push ups. You are making your boobs muscle and getting rid of more fat. I was always a 32B until about 4 years ago. I gained about 25 pounds and now I am a 34DDD. I don't look fat, but I feel fat. I was trying to lose weight, but I don't want to lose my boobs. I got alot of attention from guys before, but since my boobs got bigger, I get alot more attention. I am an attention hound when it comes to guys, so therefore, I would like to keep my boobs. I am not trying to lose the weight anymore, I am just toning everything else I have. I wouldn't go and have surgery. They sell push up bras that work mircles. Remember not all guys are boob men. Some rather have girls with nice stomachs, nice butts, or nice feet. You have to be happy with your body yourself. Don't worry about what everyone else wants, do what you think is best for you. Good Luck!

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A female reader, eyeswideopen United States +, writes (31 August 2007):

eyeswideopen agony auntThere are all kinds of lingerie that makes what you have look bigger. Bras, teddies, lots. Google pushup bras and see the massive results.

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A female reader, hit-the-road,jack... United Kingdom +, writes (31 August 2007):

i reckon apart from surgery theres not much you can do apart from padded push up bars if you want, i dont reckon breast pumps or anything like that work.sorry

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A male reader, Danielepew Mexico +, writes (31 August 2007):

Danielepew agony auntI'm afraid that there are not solutions to this. However, I suppose that, as your cleavage went, so did other not-so-desirable characteristics. Do you think one thing compensates for the other? Maybe we men would.

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