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    Let's just discuss the pain we share in common...

    - your back?
    - where do you shop for dresses?
    - thinking of breast reduction?
    - exercises?

    I will start with me, I am a masters at UCL, wearing double DD, find it super hard to shop for clothes, so i always wear loosy things from Uniqlo.. and no plan for breast reduction, as i cant bear the pain..
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    It's hard for me to jump. 😫
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    Find a good fitting bra, and strengthen your back, shoulder and core muscles to help with posture.
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    hey before you go under a knife to reduce the size of your breast try to loose weight. usually its because of that. it should get smaller in size if you loose like 10 - 20 pounds or something i dont know. however if the size of your boobs has still havent changed. then ull know for sure that thesize is genetics.
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    Let's just discuss the pain we share in common...

    - your back?
    - where do you shop for dresses?
    - thinking of breast reduction?
    - exercises?

    I will start with me, I am a masters at UCL, wearing double DD, find it super hard to shop for clothes, so i always wear loosy things from Uniqlo.. and no plan for breast reduction, as i cant bear the pain..
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    My body is f’d up. I have a size 10 waist but DD boobays(I’m not that small- so they’re pretty large); when I buy tops they fit everything else but my chest. Then when I go to size up - it fits my chest but not EVERYTHING ELSE.

    Dresses are a no-no anyway - I have thick ass thighs and a BIG ass butt in contrast to my waist yeah - things look disproportionate. Might think about a reduction in a few years.

    Tried losing weight but the spots I want to leave, aren’t.
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      while I here have non-existent boobs lmao
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      Back pain sucks the most and when you're on the period and your boobs get swollen anymore. Shopping is a pain I have 34F boobs but a size 8 waist/stomach so I have to buy baggy tops and **** and I'd much rather have smaller titties anytime, their bras are even cheaper ffs
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      (Original post by Anonymous)
      Let's just discuss the pain we share in common...

      - your back?
      - where do you shop for dresses?
      - thinking of breast reduction?
      - exercises?

      I will start with me, I am a masters at UCL, wearing double DD, find it super hard to shop for clothes, so i always wear loosy things from Uniqlo.. and no plan for breast reduction, as i cant bear the pain..
      mine seem to constantly get bigger even when I lose weight. Always having to buy new bras, difficulty finding nice bras for my DDD and constant back pain. I take pride in my appearance and like wearing nice clothes. If I wear looser clothes I look frumpy and like a square cos I have a big bum too but a narrow waist. I find that most things I wear accentuate my figure and I get unnecessary attention. Any running or jumping even when im walking fast they bounce which is annoying. On the plus side, my boyfriend loves them.
     
     
     
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