Do you have to loose your breasts when you loose weight?

I’m 18 years old, 5’9″ and 147lbs, for the past year and a half i’ve weighed aroung 155ish over the past couple months i’ve gotten down to my present weight with minimal work, just cutting down the junk basicaly. I’m still not happy with how my body looks and I’m trying to loose the weight quickly but healthfully. my major concern with loosing weight is I have larger breasts(36C) and when my step-mom lost alot of weight recently and her breasts, which were the same size as mine, shrank to small a cups and are quite saggy, my breasts are already, not the perkiest and i dont want them to get worse, but i want to firm up and lost the weight. any ideas on how to loose weight without loosing my boobs?

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8 Responses to “Do you have to loose your breasts when you loose weight?”

  1. ImCuteAndSoAreYou said:

    I’m sorry to say that there is no way to lose weight in one specific spot and no way not to lose weight in one specific spot. .

  2. good_charlotte1893 said:

    im not sure.
    but i do know that when you start to lose weight it comes out of your boobs and feet.

  3. thrill88 said:

    When you lose weight you lose fat from all over your body. Breast tissue is mostly fat so yes, you will lose breast size if you lose enough weight. But better to be a healthy weight with slightly smaller breasts than larger with bigger breasts. Although, at your height I don’t feel you are overweight.

  4. cristl_flies said:

    Eat healthy, drink lots of water, get your exercise…basically keep up the good work but to help your boobs out I would suggest eating eggs, chicken, and good proteins every day. Your boobs might get smaller through your weight loss but if you do some good strength training workouts, the muscle underneath will get stronger and perk them up. Just be good to yourself and I bet your body will be good to you back.

  5. littleebudfan8 said:

    breast are nothing but fat. i have lost 52 pounds. gone from a DDD to a C

  6. remi said:

    you wont lose all of your breast if you excersize
    dont forget breasts are muscle too with fat
    so dont worry about it, they will only get firm and better.

    you will only lose most of it if you work your body out like crazy
    till your bodys about 10 percent fat like Linda Hamiliton she did that for a movie (Terminator 2).

  7. Mike said:

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  8. b.dorman said:

    that thje dielm alot women have.. and i supose alot women decide agaist diets becasue of it and i have 2 agree wid em and saggy/small breasts arn’t that actactive and abit weightaround the waist is as alot of guys do find curvier girls actative so why bother wid dieytin if u look better eatin wt u wnt 2 eat?!




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