Is there anyway to reduce bust size?

  • 2326 days ago

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    alyssa.coronado Level 3
    I might be the only one, but I really don't like my chest. I feel like in a lot of things I wear, it makes me look larger. Is there anyway to naturally reduce the size of my breasts?

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  • 2325 days ago

    I have always been told that I will lose some as I lose weight, since it is fat tissue also.

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  • 2324 days ago

    Nursing. lol. This only works for some women. For most people, the above poster is right. You will lose some of your chest when you lose weight. Most bodybuilding women have significantly smaller chest sizes.

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  • 2323 days ago

    The thing that worked for me was weight loss and toning. After breast feeding, they only got larger. And it wasn't just the clothes making me look larger - they just plain didn't fit right. lol Now, my chest is at least manageable. No more bowed back (took a full body workout to get all of it right), and no pain when doing cardio (if I can get to that again).

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  • 2323 days ago

    It is the FIRST place I lose and gain weight. Now if I could just figure out a way to put them back where they belong...never gonna happen :)

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  • 2323 days ago

    Yeah, hips and bust tend to be the first places women gain fat (yay for baby-making genetics...!), so I've always been told the only way is to lose fat all over. I do believe (it might just be me) in upper-body workouts and weights, though, because then you can "carry" the weight higher if you have strong muscle underneath and good posture.

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  • 2323 days ago

    I've noticed a difference in bust size since losing weight. It wasn't the first place to leave and I've always been a DD. Dropped down to a D after losing 35 pounds. I do a lot of upper body exercises. Anything that works your lats will help. Google Lindsay Brin. Her upper body workouts really work what she calls the bra muscles. I get a whole lot less back pain after working out with her.

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  • 2321 days ago

    I hear that...

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  • 2319 days ago

    In my experience, and also with people I've known, you can usually gain or lose about a cup size or so. I used to be a full C, but I gained weight in college and now I'm a D perhaps a smallish DD (if there is such a thing!). But I do agree with what someone above me said about the muscles helping you carry them higher. Then they won't look as sad and flabby.

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  • 2308 days ago

    I feel the same way. I'm short (5'1) so I feel like it's too much in the mid section, makes me looker thicker than I am. I've heard as I lose weight it'll help too, so I'm looking forward to that... ;)

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  • 2231 days ago

    Dont I wish :) haha

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  • 2220 days ago

    it may be yur tops too. I loo large if i wear scoop or crew neck. V neck is more flattering and if it fits closer to the body at your natural waist. If you bend side to side you"ll find it.

    When i lose weight it is in the chest two, up to two cup sizes.

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  • 2200 days ago

    My breasts are usually the first thing I lose...but especially since I swim! Maybe consider that?

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  • 2198 days ago

    FitChic2 Fitness trainer
    Breasts are made up of mostly fatty tissue, so women who lose body fat tend to lose weight "up top", haha! This has happened to me, but everyone is different and unique. Some women can retain their breast tissue with weight loss, but most do not. Take a gander at fitness competitors: most of them have implants to balance their body symmetry because many of them have such low body fat % that they have very little breast tissue.

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  • 2113 days ago

    when i loose weight they stay the same but if i gain weight its the first place i out on, i have a huge bust due to a lot of yo yo dieting!! weights and swimming are good for turning the fat to muscle thus making them smaller! good luck!!

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  • 2043 days ago

    Try avoiding dairy.

    The hormones in cow's milk mess with your hormones, and make your boobs grow bigger. Cows naturally make hormones that are similar to ours. These hormones pass into the milk. Most cows are kept pregnant or lactating for far too much of their lives, which throws their hormonal cycles out of whack. On top of that, milk not labelled as certified organic may be from cows given excessive antibiotics, synthetic hormones, and all sorts of other things you don't want to be drinking in your milk.

    In addition to all of that, the whole point of milk is to get babies to grow very fat very quickly.

    I used to have much bigger boobs than I wanted. They were a C most of the month, and a D for my period. They were heavy and uncomfortable. When I switched from "conventional" dairy to only organic and grassfed, they shrank a little. When I eliminated dairy from my diet entirely, they shrank to a more comfortable size - no more pain!

    I reintroduced dairy, and they got a bit bigger again. So I reduced the amount I ate. Now the only diary I'm eating is ghee, which I make from organic butter. So much more comfortable!

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  • 1818 days ago

    don't count on it i can fit into a 1 now, but my bust still doesn't :P it sucks

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