Believe me when I say this remedy works! You know it’s not easy being a mother, with all the breastfeeding and other tinz (I leave that to your imagination)!
In the beginning, as a chic and before the babies started rolling in, you might have started with a size 34B or at worst 36D. Then all of a sudden, after Baby 1, them breasts increase from that 34B to maybe a 38C or D (you think this is huge?) or maybe from the 36D to a 40F…Lol!…now this is annoyingly huge but not HUMUNGUS!! Remember, we are still on Baby 1 and then imagine Baby 2, 3 and 4 following through, these breasts will definitely fall!
Yes I accept it will fall, but the issue is how to keep them ‘voluptuous’ (that is full and still around the chest area such that when you wear a push up bra, you will have a cleavage to die for) and not the ‘saggy’ type (the one that extends all the way to the umbilical region with a stretched flat top..yuck!)
For me, I found my way around it and that is to wear a firm bra round the clock immediately after Baby 1 popped outta me! During the day, I would wear a firmly fitted bra that would keep the ‘girls’ nicely locked in while at night I would wear a loosely fitted bra that would still hold the ‘girls’ up but will still be loose. ‘Loose’ been the key word because some of you no dey hear word. The reason for not wearing a firmly fitted bra round the clock is to decrease breast cancer risk. Wearing tight bras round the clock prevents the free and natural flow the lymphatic fluids which are designed to cleanse these toxins out of the breast tissues
Remember, the breasts are mere skin that are suspended on the chest wall. Therefore, gravity will naturally want to drag the ‘girls’ down if left hanging loose without support. A lot of wives go around the house braless especially with wrapper round their chest or those flimsy camisoles (otherwise known as ‘spaghetti’ straps). Sagging is worsened during breastfeeding. Imagine how saggy the breast will look over months with all that milk load dragging on them!
ANATOMY OF THE BREAST (cross-sectional view). You do not need to be a genius to understand this diagram! *eyes rolling*
So mates, that’s my remedy and its working for me! You can share your own remedy if you have any.