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How to correct saggy boobs?

I’m 30 years old and a mother of 2 children (twins). After delivery and breastfeeding my boobs have lost its shape and they are saggy. I’m not able to wear my old party dresses as it looks weird on me and I’m really unhappy. So one of my friends suggested breast implant surgery from a clinic in Toronto as she has undergone breast augmentation from the same clinic few years back. But when I told my DH about this he is not happy with my decision. What should I do if my DH doesn’t allow? Has anyone else had this similar situation and what have you done? Is there any other way to correct this saggy boobs?  

Re: How to correct saggy boobs?

  • Get to a good quality store & get some supportive bras. Skip Walmart and go to a speciality store if you have any in your area. I love getting my bras at Nordstrom. They are more expensive but they really provide support. And you can get some super supportive strapless bras too. I'm a 40G and have a strapless bra that holds me up no problems. You sometimes just have to spend the money. But I think it's worth it because a good bra can help you look good in any outfit, plus there is no pain recovering from surgery. You don't want to go against your husband's wishes because you will need him to help you during recovery & to help take care of your kids. Implants alone probably be enough, you will probably need a breast lift too.
  • Don't jump into plastic surgery. Think twice before you take any decision.
  • Keep solicitors off our boards... and do not click on the link.
  • Be careful while choosing your plastic surgeon. Do a complete research before you proceed further.
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