Some women just have big boobs…isn’t that just fabulous? However, big boobs are not only sexy. They can also be a turn on. Big boobs rock too. Okay, sometimes the catcalls and back pains get pretty old too.
But big boobs are not only the sexiest things on earth. Well, actually big boobs are sort of the sexiest things in the universe. That’s a bold statement, but they also send waves of sexual tension through your body, causing you to feel like you need to fiddle around with your sexuality a bit. But how do you get rid of all the back pain and boob sweat that come along with having huge boobs?
Well, let’s say for argument’s sake that big boobs do not bother you. If this is true, then congratulations. You’ve managed to ignore all of the warnings your mom, sis, or partner has ever gave you about having a full chest. You’re lucky, but what if you happen to have extremely large breasts? What then?
Well, if you feel like your chest is constantly being pressed by the weight of your breasts, then your chest fat could be the culprit. If your boobs are heavy, then every day you carry around a bunch of extra weight in your chest. A lot of women do not realize that they have this tremendous amount of excess fat in their breasts. That is why many women will sit down at the computer and browse internet pages from different lingerie companies. They will spend countless hours shopping for those “shocking” large breasts, until they finally find the perfect set.
However, if you have big breasts already, then you have a problem. Even if you have found the perfect bra for your big boobs, there is still no guarantee that your back pain will stop. Unfortunately, back pain is one of the major side effects of cosmetic breast reduction surgery. Even if you do get rid of your boobs, you may end up with back pain as a side effect.
This is due to the fact that you will wear the wrong type of bra for your big boobs. There is something called “back support” for ladies. Basically, this type of bra is made to give you the right posture when wearing a shirt. Unfortunately, many manufacturers have neglected this aspect, and now you will need to wear a bra with an awful design on it.
This is not your fault. I have personally spoken with many women that were so upset with the result of their breast reduction that they filed a complaint to the U.S. government. Yes, this is perfectly within your rights to feel upset about the results of your surgery. In fact, if you are really frustrated, I suggest you talk to your doctor about getting back the money that you spent on those ill-fated big boobs bras.
The correct bra for your busts is a strapless bra. Now, you might think that it’s an easy thing to find one because all you have to do is look at your boobs. The truth is, if you have a lot of tissue in your breast region, you might have trouble finding a bra that actually fits you well. The best thing you can do is to find one that is made specifically for large-breasted women.
If you have smaller breasts, then you may want to go with a sports bra or a padded bra. A sports bra will help keep your breasts from bouncing around while you exercise. A padded bra will give you some added support if you want it. Now, if you have rather large breasts, you are going to need a boob job. If you want your boob job to look good and not be noticeable, you are going to want to go with a very uplifted bra that lifts your breasts upwards.
So what type of bra should you choose? There are basically two different options that you can go with. You can choose a regular strapless bra or a padded bra. Now, as with most things in life, there is a sizing chart for these two different sizes. The best way to find out the correct bra size that you need is to get measured by your doctor or a bra specialist.
There are also special inserts available for women with very large busts. These special inserts fit over the breast to give them a little bit of extra lift as well as padding. Some women actually feel better about wearing these because they feel more comfortable than their real breasts. Just remember that you don’t need to make any big changes in your wardrobe. If you feel comfortable, then you should feel pretty much fine!