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How can I get my breasts to be normal again after breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding can cause changes in the shape and size of the breasts. These changes may be temporary or permanent, and can include stretched skin, loss of volume, and sagging. To help your breasts return to their normal shape and size after breastfeeding, you can try the following:

Wear a supportive bra: Wearing a supportive bra can help to keep your breasts in place and prevent sagging.

Exercise: Regular exercise can help to tone the muscles in your chest and improve the overall shape of your breasts.

Massage: Gently massaging your breasts can help to stimulate blood flow and improve circulation, which can help to firm and tone the skin.

Moisturize: Keeping your breasts moisturized can help to keep the skin supple and prevent stretch marks.

Be patient: Keep in mind that it can take time for your breasts to return to their normal shape and size.

It’s important to note that some women may never regain their pre-pregnancy breast shape or size. If you are not satisfied with your post-breastfeeding breast shape or size, you can discuss with a plastic surgeon about the possibility of breast augmentation or breast lift surgery.