The truth about having big breasts you didn’t know

Thumbs up to all the women who are able to pull it off and make having big breasts look effortless. But truth is, it is not an easy one

 

Particularly on days I have shown a little bit of cleavage.

They are fair a little bit hairy and full. I love the transition from my de'collete' to my breasts but that is about all I like about this very integral part of my body.

A lot of my friends who read this will not be surprised I am writing this. I am sure they are tired of all the complaints about my breast and how they treats me.

I have big boobs! I am not going to disclose the size but they are big. They fit my body shape and size at least that is what everyone says but I feel otherwise.

If there is any part of my body I would gladly trade it is my breasts.

I am not pretending to be speaking for all women who have big breasts. I can only stand in my truth and speak for myself. Having a big breast for me is hell and maybe some of you ladies who are in similar situations can relate.

This is the truth you didn’t know about having big boobs and have it takes to carry and maintain them.

Back pain – If most ladies with big boobs will be honest the pressure the two melons put on your back is unbearable to say the least. I have chronic back pain associated with my breast. I try to ease the pain with some back exercises but this is not always helpful.

If you want to hold the babies firmly on your chest you obviously need a very good brazier. These day most braziers have metal wire underneath them. This gives the necessary support the breasts need to sit firmly on the chest. Those wires press on the chest as a result of the weight of the breasts and you are left with bruises under your breast where the wires lie. Yep this is reality!

Put on an uncomfortable brazier and you can kiss your day good bye. Choosing the perfect bra size is everything. But for people like me this is not so easy. It is hard to get the size that fits to perfection.

Going about your day and feeling like you have two weights pulling your shoulders down is not a great feeling. You need to pull the brazier straps tighter so the breasts can be held in the position you want them to be. Those are the sacrifices which need to be made by women with big heavy breasts. . Yes it is not an easy task but we do it.

There are certain dresses I don’t wear because of my breasts. I cannot wear a bustier dress or a dress which has very thin straps. That is just me. It is because keeping the breasts comfortable enough in a strapless brazier or in a bustier is hard enough for me so I stay away.

Thumbs up to all the women who are able to pull it off and make having big breasts look effortless. But truth is, it is not an easy one.

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