I always get nice boobs throughout pregnancy and breastfeeding.. then when the milk dries up I go down a cup size SMALLER than I was before I was ever pregnant. I've always wanted to end up bigger in the end but I always lose them with the milk.
Your breasts will stay large after the birth due to your milk coming in - in fact according to various pregnancy books, they become bigger during this time - and they'll stay larger while you breastfeed. But its normal for them to return to your normal size if you decide not to breastfeed or once you've stopped breastfeeding. However if you do breastfeed and follow the WHO/NHS's recommedation/guideline to breastfeed for 2 years, that'll be 2 years + 9 months of bigger boobs!
Personally I was a UK size DD prior to pregnancy and at this rate I'm worrying how big my boobs will end up as they just keep getting bigger! They are so heavy
Guess i'll just have to wait and see. A woman i work with was a size A cup and hers stayed a C cup after! how lucky but yeah i've heard of people going smaller after, fingers crossed mine don't, was just hoping there was exercises i could do to keep them but i guess everyone is just different and it's likely i'll end up the same, or eek smaller x
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