I’m a thirty-year-old woman who has never had a baby. I came across this site because I have a lot of body issues myself and I have been wondering whether I could handle the physical, aesthetic consequences of pregnancy and childbirth. Let me just say that if I could be guaranteed that my breasts would look like yours post-baby, I would have no reservations at all. You have beautiful breasts!
I think your breasts look great! I initially felt the same as you after having my daughter. I breast fed for 13 months. I was a nice 34C, before pregnancy and after I felt deflated and cried in a Sears dressing room when I couldn’t fill a 38A. My breasts sort of filled out a little more and don’t seem as deflated and I wear a 36B, I think my breasts look a lot like yours and it makes me realize, that when I can look at you and think you have beautiful breasts, I can think that about myself too. Having a breast augmentation is a personal decision, but from what I see, I wouldn’t risk it. Good luck with your journey.
Isn’t it amazing how hard we are on ourselves. I read your story before taking at peek at these pictures and I was expecting to see these hideous deflated breasts with terrible nipples. Can I just say your breasts are really beautiful. Seriously, they are. Absolutely nothing wrong with them from my perspective…either warm or cold I even like your nipples!
I too have one right breast much smaller than the left and I absolutely loathed my boobs every since I was 14 when they started developing. It’s so funny because I thought I looked hideous but all of my partners over the years told they were beautiful. I never really believed them until I finally went to a plastic surgeon last year. During the consult I took off my top his reaction was wow, you have really pretty breasts and you don’t need to do anything unless you really want to. Ha!
I decided to go ahead with the procedure anyway and have ended up with two much fuller breasts (from 34 A to 34 C) which are somewhat but not perfectly even. The right breast required a larger implant and so it will always feel and look less real than the naturally larger one on the left. I don’t regret having the surgery, but the result is not perfect. I have learned to love my breasts and not worry so much because we are our own worst critics. Best of luck whichever way you decide or have decided to go.