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    Quote Originally Posted by MaybeLogic View Post
    Is letdown a euphemism for sagging?
    Nursing doesn't make your boobs sag. Nursing is what boobs are for.

    Letdown is when the milk comes out of the breast.

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    hmm...... pulling really hard seems to make them stretch out briefly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eowyn View Post
    Note to self: As soon as the technology develops, sell boobs to Jeffster and be free of them.
    Jeez... do that, and he'll never leave the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaybeLogic View Post
    hmm...... pulling really hard seems to make them stretch out briefly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Nursing doesn't make your boobs sag. Nursing is what boobs are for.


    I just read some article on this....it was about women's post baby bodies.
    I still don't want to have children, but it was comforting to know all the "horrors" you hear about aren't necessarily every woman's fate.

    Apparently, you should wait 6 months to a year after you stop nursing to see what are permanent body changes and what was simply affected by hormones and/or still healing after giving birth. Most sagging is from age and genetics and that sort of thing, not nursing.
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