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Breasts are unpopularly known to be mostly fatty related tissue. So of course as a result that means if you have a lot of weight in the form of fat some of that fat gain and weight will go to a persons breasts on average. In rare cases for some women its not unheard of the excess weight going to their rears instead. But that generally is also means excess nutrients are also going to their rear if thats the case.10
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That's not normal. A cups are no boobs at all. How does a woman lose her entire boobs? Usually, a woman only goes down a cup size or two.1
That is a hell of a change, evidently you lost all of the weight in your boobs. Do your tits look like wind socks now? Deflated balloons4
It's normal enough, especially for the woman who experienced it. Breasts are made up of glands, fat and fibrous tissue, in varying proportions. Shrinkage will depend on those proportions and each individual's body composition.0
I’d bring you home fried chicken and cheesecake. Gotta put some curves on them bones.2
I don’t know that “normal” is the right word, but it definitely happens.0
I don't know but, as far as I know, they can always be grown back.4
Probably.. when a lot of women lose weight their boobs get smaller. I think how much probably depends on genetics.10
Weight Loss can affect boob size.0
If that was real that it would be awesome5
I don't know0
I think that's pretty normal.
Obviously, I'm a guy, so my knowledge on the subject is mostly through conversation, and anecdotes, but I've known women who have lost a significant amount of weight, and their breast size decreased quite a bit.
I also know women who have talked about wanting to lose weight, but being afraid of losing their breasts, too. They are essentially mounds of fat, so it would stand to reason that some of the fat last would come from there.
A woman's own genetics will make a difference, though, too, so I'm sure that it doesn't, or wouldn't happen to every woman who lost weight. There are skinny women with big breasts, too.