Lizdexandivy Posted September 5, 2012 Report Share Posted September 5, 2012 Hi guys, I'm a mother of two (4 & 7 years old each) who breasted for a very long time and then joined a gym and lost a lot of weight. When I married I was a very full DD - would have been an E most likely but I couldn't get my hands on one. Now I am a small B. which means lots of empty space and no fullness at all in the upper poles. For almost all of the sensible reasons, UNDERS sound the way to go, but I am worried about what they will look like when I'm exercising - I'm a PT, spin instructor, BodyBalance instructor and soon to be Pilates instructor. We do lots of movement in & out of plank position which requires bracing through the pecs and obviously pec strength. That said, I really quite like the rounded look of overs (of the appropriate size) but as I already have a fair bit of "sag", I don't want them sagging again straightaway. I'm looking at round implants - medium to full projection and hoping to go from my empty B to a D, textured to prevent further sag. But recovery time is freaking me out. Any advice? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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