My Breasts aren't Perky; 36D's:(

Hi!Well,this sucks but I'm 16 and I'm a 36D and my breasts aren't perky.OK,so they aren't sagging or 'hit the ground" saggy,well OK,so I found a diagram,it's appropriate so here: link

OK,so,I'm a 36D,idk whether people consider it large or big or whatever,personally I think they're small,but whatever.BUT,that's not the Q.So,out of all of the shapes on the diagram,I would have to say they look like either the "Large Breasts" or "Sagging Breasts" but I'm a 36D so I don't know whether they sag or not.Is this normal?Should I get a breast lift when I'm older so they'll at least be attractive?
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Oh,and please,honest answers and comments,don't be politically correct with your answers or sugarcoat them,but don't be rude:D
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Oh!And what doctor can I have check them out,not for surgery,but just to make sure they're regular?Gynecologist?cause I have one
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How much do breast lifts cost?How do people generally save up money for that?I'm 16 and turn 17 later on this year,so I have 2 years.How much?How long is recovery?
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  • to go with your 3rd update

    here is a page that explains the cost very well

    link (I get a loading bar stuck on the page, if you do you can still read it)

    quote:

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    When investigating breast lift and its cost, keep in mind that it is a serious surgical procedure, and shopping for the best price without considering the quality, background and experience of the surgeon is a mistake.

    The average cost of a breast lift varies from $3,500 to $6,000. Cost for anesthesia ranges from $1,000 to $1,300. The facility fee (or hospital fee) ranges from $500 to $1,500. The remaining cost is the surgeon's fee.

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    as for recovery, quote from here link :

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    After Breast Lift Surgery

    Because skin is removed and tissue is moved around, the breasts will be bruised, sore, and swollen afterwards. You can expect to wear bandages or a surgical bra for several days. There may be some pain, but it should not be severe and it can be treated by a prescription from your plastic surgeon. After the bandages and surgical bra have been removed, your doctor may suggest that you wear an athletic or support bra until the swelling subsides. Stitches are normally removed in stages within a week or two after plastic surgery.

    Heavy lifting or straining should be avoided after plastic surgery because this can cause the breasts to swell and increase pressure. You can return to work normally within a week, and to full activity within a month. Sensation in your nipples may be reduced temporarily, but sensation usually returns to normal as your breasts heal. Breast feeding is typically unhindered because the connecting glandular tissue of the nipple and areola are left intact during breast lift surgery.

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    also

    from the animation I link to you in the first of my post link :

    see step 15

    hoped I helped

    • Oh,why thank you very much:D I hope the stupid surgery is worth it...

    • Hold off until your about 20 though, I thinks that's when your breast stop growing and surgeons will work on then. I think earlier may be a waste as it could go right back to the way it was. but do enjoy the boobs you have right now, guys seem to love Ds and I think they won't mind a little sagness at your age.

    • Yea,no,it isn't attractive to anyone,guys do care and everyone else said breast lift so I might as well:)

  • for the doctor question, a gynecologist doesn't handle that area, only vaginal region as they do reproduction. a plastic surgeon focusing in breasts(I say go for those that aren't very commercially, they may not be so truth and rush you into surgery for it, specifically with them.) or probably even a regular physician should know if your breast aren't normal.

    as for lift or not, you should wait to around 20 as they fully stop then if you feel you want it.

    should you? sadly I haven't had an upclose in person view of breasts yet (no girlfriend yet, long story of OCD in high school and being in tech in college)so I can't say if they aren't pretty good already lol

    i feel if you don't like the way they look, take that into consideration because you have to live with them, also think of the results, the price, the real need for it.

    also watch this nice thing on how it works

    link

    i'll tell you right now that 36D, and even though I'm not good with size measuring(not sure it works, seems everyone is 36-then letter... what's the number part anyways) I know your pretty big already, I kind of like B, C and D, D being the limit, you totally fine size wise

    I tried to not be as PC as possible and was totally honest

    • The number is the size of your rib cage so smaller is usually better because it's more "betty boop" if you get my drift.

    • In a way, yes I do, but I don't really notice ribcage size unless they are really big =p

    • Gracias!You answered both parts,but the majority says I should get a breast lift,so thanks

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  • You should NOT get a breast lift. My breasts are a lot bigger than yours (32Q almost, now 32P) and according to the diagram I have 'perfectly shaped breasts'. My breasts are natural but I take a lot of care of them.

    I give my breasts a massage everyday (with baby oil or baby lotion) and I softly scrub them every other day (some scrub from The Body Shop). This to activate the skin to renew the skincells and keep the skin healthy. Breast tissue is one of the most sensitive parts of your skin(!). Also, everyday I do push ups to train my pecs. What causes breasts to sag? Exactly, weak pecs. Hardly any girl trains her pecs, girls think only men train their chest to get this all blown up chest. But those excercises are NOT the same as the ones us girls should do. No wonder most girls have saggy breasts. And of course, if your breasts are larger, you need stronger pecs to hold them up...yes gravity is a pain in the rectum, indeed.

    What also helps is to wear a supportive bra. But 85% of the women wears the wrong bra size. The most common mistake is to wear too big of a band size. I would suggest you try a 34DD, see how it fits. It might feel tight at first, but trust me it will definately make a difference. I don't believe in measuring. If you have a lot of fat in those specific areas your band size will come up too big. I mean, if you look at your underwear, are they the same width as your hip measurement? No of course not, they would slip down every minute of the day. It's the same with band sizes.

    Oh dear..I was a bit too enthousiastic with my answer...

    Feel free to message me if you want to talk, I'd love to help as much as I can.

    Good luck. x

    xBlossomx

    • Well thanks for uh,rubbing that in my face...but I think breast lift is the best option,but thanks:D

    • Okay, if that's your choice. :]

    • Mmmhmm:D

  • Honestly,without being politically correct as you said.It isn't normal and it isn't attractive to guys and get the breast lift when you're older.why are your breasts like that?You're barely 16,breast lift though and maybe a reduction so you don't have to get it redone when you are older.yes a gyno can check it out,or your regular physician.sagginess is unattractive thought sucks for you

    • Thanks for being honest but uh...ok on the last part.unnecessary

  • My breasts are the same exact size as yours. Are you saying that your nipples point downwards instead of straight out? Your breasts are slightly saggy because they're very large. Small breasts don't sag because they're a lot smaller and therefore lighter. Not fair but that's the way it is.

    • Yea,they point downwards...do yours?

    • No.

    • Oooh:( this sucks for me

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  • Why would you waste money on something you can just do yourself naturally and free, by simply working your pectoral muscles you will lift the breasts and give them more support. Working your upper and lower lats(Your back) will save you a lot of back pain, and doing some crunches for your abdominal muscles will be necessary to help support your back.

    • Because if any of that were true,breast lifts wouldn't exist

    • It is all true, breast lifts exist because most people are lazy and or ignorant.

    • No,I've already tried that sh*t and I don't need you lecturing me on money or spending

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  • Well mine are your size but mine are perky,boob lift is your only option.it's only a few thousand

  • Breast lift it's a simple procedure and they won't look ugly anymore

    • Sorry I wasn't done with what I had to say ha

    • It's cool,I understand

  • At least you don't have pectus carinatum.

    • That doesn't help.....but I guess

    • Yeah, well. How am I suppose to know what your beasts really look like? They mightn't be that bad. But if you're un-comfortable on them and have the cash, why not get a boob lift?

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  • Get a breast lift I know plent of girls with big boobs that are perky

  • No, you should not do a breast lift. Learn to accept your body. And I can tell you that a lot of girls are envy on you, and they want to have the same size like you have. 36D is very big! Of course they sag a bit and are not perky. It do so because of natural forces. The law of gravity is working on your heavy breasts, and the result become that they sag a bit. Totally natural as I said.

    My self and many others has nothing against saggy boobs. It can look pretty hot when they "wobble" under your clothes! But if you personally don't like the lack of perkiness, you can solve that problem by wearing for example push up bra. And when you come to that point that a guy actually see your boobs without clothes on you, I think he is gonna like them, because he likes you. If he got a problem with them, it is his lost. And you probably don't wanna be with a guy that don't accept your natural boobs

    A big majority of us men will love our girlfriends boobs, no matter if they are flat chested, heavy busted, perky, saggy, big/small areola and nipples. I don't say this to be politically correct. I say this because it's the truth

  • is it normal?probably not.i know girls who are your size,but theirs are perky indeed

    should you get a breast lift?yes,i say yes cause think about your future boyfriends and what they'll think.want them to be turned off?

    Gynecologist is a vaginal doctor,so no.But it never hurts to ask because they do do breast check ups right?mammograms

    breast lifts range from $2000-7000

    recovery is said to take up to 6 months.But the 'hard' part is the first month,after that it is just being careful

    save up by getting a job?You can make a lot of money stripping?not telling you to do it but it's true,get a job and start saving

  • Breast lift and they can cost from 1500-6000

  • Mine are like that too. I'm 34D and they point down. I get a mixed reaction but I'd totally prefer they be perkier too.

    • I would never show mine to anyone D: I would just wear a bra 24/7,never show them to a guy,that's my plan

  • In my opinion,I'm turned off by breasts that aren't perky and especially a turn off when the girl is young and her breasts sag,yours probably sag.breast lift?