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Letha ❥ Ally+1more 2 kids; Florida 23669 posts
5th Oct '10
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Mc Lovin 17 kids; United States 14750 posts
5th Oct '10
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Mama Rogers 2 kids; Georgia 15187 posts
5th Oct '10
Quoting Letha ❥ Ally{BFT}:
Mc Lovin 17 kids; United States 14750 posts
5th Oct '10
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Letha ❥ Ally+1more 2 kids; Florida 23669 posts
5th Oct '10
Quoting Mc Lovin:
Mc Lovin 17 kids; United States 14750 posts
5th Oct '10
Quoting Letha ❥ Ally{BFT}:
Sweet lullaby Dearborn Heights, Michigan 30436 posts
6th Oct '10

I really don't know! I guess I will find out!

HappinessInMisery 3 kids; Ohio 30396 posts
6th Oct '10

I bottlefed my first two children, still breastfeeding my 14 month old. I had three back to back pregnancies.And my b**bs are fine. No sagginess.

Would the chance at sagging b**bs really cause you to formula feed? What are you going to do if your stomach sags or you get stretchmarks?

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
6th Oct '10

Pregnancy makes your b**bs saggy

♥♥Shay Due January 3 (girl); 1 child; Colorado 723 posts
9th Oct '10
Quoting Letha ❥ Ally{BFT}:
-The Breeder and the brat Due January 24; 159 kids; Florida 2775 posts
9th Oct '10
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Rae's mama *USMC* 17 kids; Fort Walton Beach, Florida 5538 posts
9th Oct '10
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Letha ❥ Ally+1more 2 kids; Florida 23669 posts
9th Oct '10
Quoting ♥♥Shay:
Rae's mama *USMC* 17 kids; Fort Walton Beach, Florida 5538 posts
9th Oct '10

If you dont want to BF due to saggy tits then dont lol but BFing doesnt cause saggy tatas pregnancy does.

Rad Tech Chick 1 child; Washington 7206 posts
9th Oct '10

It's the hormones after having a baby that makes them " saggy". It's glandular breast tissue turning into fatty tissue, this also happens with age. I'm a mammographer and I've seen women who have BF with very firm perky breasts, and women who have had no children with very fatty saggy breasts