kat: How can I make my breasts more perky and firm without surgery?
I am only 22 years old and my D cup breasts are sagging really bad. Even my bra’s stretch out over a short period of time because of the weight. I am a moderately active person but am embarrassed to wear certain clothes because of my breasts. Is there any exercise I can do to make them more perky and firmer?
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Answer by Jeff R
Get better bras and exercise your chest, arms, and back.
Get better bras – good bras can be expensive, but they’re probably worth itAnswer by The Ugly Vegetarian
Breast reduction surgery?Answer by Iris_La_Reina
i have the same problem but of course i had 3 children, i don’t really think theres a way, once they stretch out i think they stay that way, better bras would be my only guess.Answer by I luv Purple People Eaterz
you have to work your pec muscles in your chest. I had the same problem before & doing that helped A LOT.Answer by esme <3
freezing cold water in the morning helps 😉Answer by Fridayschild
In all honesty no, there’s really nothing you can do to ‘perk up’ your breasts aside from surgery, which I would definitely not recommend. If you were smaller it’s possible that wide-spaced push ups might help create the illusion of perkier breasts by building your pecs (the muscles behind your breasts), but at your size there’s too much breast and not enough muscle to make a noticable difference. No exercise will firm or perk up the breasts themselves – they’re basically just fat and you can’t tone that. While we’re talking about things that won’t work, also forget any pill, cream, magic beans… I don’t mean to sound cruel but really nothing is going to make a difference.
HOWEVER… on the other hand I really encourage you not to worry about this too much, even if that’s easier said than done. All breasts sag sooner or later – it’s their natural shape, not a defect – and that’s especially true of larger breasts like yours. It doesn’t mean they’re not beautiful or attractive or sexy – it’s really no big deal I promise. There’s a word for larger breasts that don’t sag at least a little and that word is fake. There’s a word for fake breasts too, and that word is ewwww! 🙂
I would be really surprised if things are as ‘bad’ as you imagine – your expectations are probably a little high (excuse the pun!) and if you’re comparing yourself with a) smaller-chested friends, b) yourself when you were 15, or c) both, you’re really not being very fair on the poor things! Certainly don’t be embarrassed about them – be proud of your curves and wear whatever you fancy – I honestly can’t imagine you’ll look less than fab! Stay smiley! 🙂Answer by SamanthaD
There is this exercises that tones the muscle and makes them appear much nicer.
Grab two rags on a non carpeted floor and hold them while in a push-up position. Slowly lower yourself by sliding your arms outward (don’t fall to the floor) and bring them back in. I used to do 3 reps of ten every night.
I have no idea what this would do for a larger chest, I’m no trainer or anything near that.
Hope you find a solution that makes you and the girls happy!Answer by Lali
It might take a few good days for you to see a change, but doing a version of the push up, against a wall is a great way to work your chest muscles.
1.)Stand up and put your arms out in front on a wall so that they are straight.
2.)Step away so that you are around three feet from the wall with your feet, but your hands still stay on the wall.
3.)Do 20 push-ups against the wall. Increase this number as soon as you feel 20 isn’t giving you a good work out anymore.
Good luck 😉Answer by Jodi
Might I rec. a nursing bra. They have excellent support and still come in nice patterns. But I would get fit for a bra. Many women are wearing the wrong size bra’s. I go to a local breastfeeding store where the woman does fittings in a fitting room. Yes they are expensive, but they are so worth it. I have bought 3 from her so far and would never go back to “box store” bras.
With large breasts gravity does take it toll and without anything drastic, i.e breast lift, you are what you are. I measure an H, which is pretty darn big, but with the right bra they girls stay where they belong.