You cannot choose where the fat on your body will come off. You are genetically predisposed to holding fat in certain places, and losing it in certain places. MOst women are displeased to find that their breasts are sometimes the first place to go. ;) Mine was. I've gone down a full cup size.
Your mom's experience is likely to be similar to yours; you share the same genes.
Your breasts do not make you who you are. Women can be beautiful NO MATTER what their breast size. One being larger than the other is perfectly normal and natural, in fact. It's unlikely that you'd go from a DD to an A, but you will likely lose some breast tissue.
You can't stop this, unfortunately. Fat loss is a total body process, and there's no way to prevent it. Just like we can't spot-reduce the way the infomercials claim, we can't stop fat loss from certain places, either.
If it bothers you that much, save up for a boob job. Put 'em back where you want 'em. Otherwise, accept yourself for who you are, and learn to accept your new body.
As you age, they're going to sink anyway.
Ask yourself this. Is being overweight, at greater risk for breast cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and stroke, all worth having a perfect rack? *Especially* when as you age, they will sink and stretch anyway? Do you have kids? Do you want kids? Having kids are going to affect your breasts, too.
Come on now. Don't let vanity sabotage your health.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 1/31/2013 (22:59)
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