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    Wearing Bra to Bed

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    So I was just randomly wondering this because I heard the other day that if you wear a bra with an underwire to bed it helps keep your boobs perky? I'm super paranoid about mine because I jog alot. Anyone know if this helps? I also thought I had heard in the past that wearing a bra to bed increases chances for breast cancer though...?
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    I'm not sure if it helps... I know my boobs are perky and I don't wear bras to bed though lol. They're too uncomfortable IMO.
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    both myths. and there's no way to avoid some sagging (eventually) it's just part of aging.
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    I'm not sure if it helps... I know my boobs are perky and I don't wear bras to bed though lol. They're too uncomfortable IMO.
    Yeah, I know they are super uncomfortable which is why I have never done it, but I'm like a 34D and so I have to have alot of support when I run, but gravity is still setting in a little too soon in life for me. I'm getting desperate to find a solution lol
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    Hmm..maybe a sports bra?
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    Sorry, nothing will prevent sagging other than a breast lift surgery. It is just what happens as females get older. Especially if they have larger boobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern-momma View Post
    Sorry, nothing will prevent sagging other than a breast lift surgery. It is just what happens as females get older. Especially if they have larger boobs.

    I do wear an bra to be though, underwire too, mainly because I feel uncomfortable if I don't (especially after having kids) and I can't wear bras without underwire, they are too uncomfortable for me, I feel like I'm falling out the bottom.


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    i dont...i like feeling free
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    My mom tried to engrain this myth into my head since I was in 5th grade and had already pretty much fully developed ....but regardless of wearing bras 24/7, my boobs still sagged no matter what, I was just predestined to have saggy boobies, and I don't even have kids sad.
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    It doesn't help, sorry. I wish it did though, I'd be wearing my bra every night

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