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8 things you should know about boobs and how they change over time

As a lady, going through life with breasts on your chest is an interesting ride. Even though they’re literally attached to you, it’s hard to know what exactly is going on with them on any given day.

Most women will tell you some mornings, you wake up and swear they grew or shrank overnight, and no matter how long you stare at them in the mirror, it’s nearly impossible to remember which one is your bigger one.

Truly, it feels like breasts are just living their own lives down there on your chest, taking up valuable real estate on your bod without paying any rent.

Let’s show you ways your boobs are either growing or shrinking over time.

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The very first change your breasts go through is the one where they start jutting out your chest.


Your breasts grow and grow and grow during puberty, but by the time you’re between 18 and 20, breasts are usually ‘fully developed’. That’s to say they are done growing

During pregnancy

When you get pregnant, your breasts will almost certainly undergo some serious changes, no matter how old you are at the time
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After pregnancy; if you don’t breastfeed

This is how it looks if you choose not to breastfeed

And if you do breastfeed

Since they’re quite literally filling up with milk, your breasts will increase in size even more than during pregnancy and will be even more dense

And after breastfeeding

This is how they will look
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Enjoy your lifetime of being a person with boobs. It’s a wild ride but also it’s incredibly good and fun.

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