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During pregnancy your breasts will likely swell to proportions previously unimaginable. And just when you think they can't get any bigger, milk production is initiated two to four days after delivery whether nursing's on the menu or not and your mammoth mammaries will experience yet another growth spurt, becoming temporarily engorged and as hard as rocks. Some women, especially those who've had babies before, find their breasts don't grow overboard, and that's normal, too. You can expect your breasts to remain large for the first few months of breastfeeding if you're nursing exclusively, though they'll feel softer and smaller after each feeding.

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How I Felt About My Breasts After Pregnancy and Breastfeeding | Allure

It is well known that most bodies undergo an avalanche of changes before, during, and after giving birth. But there are certain physical shifts — such as what happens to new moms' breasts — that, even in , aren't discussed as openly as one might think. Fear, shyness, and shame are just a few factors that could contribute to the crickets surrounding the topic, but thanks to the steadily growing body acceptance movement, more people are speaking up about these kinds of changes and the common insecurities that come with them. So, we decided to ask women to share how they really feel about their post-pregnancy breasts, as well as the common misconceptions regarding these bodily changes. Without further ado, check out these honest responses below. Some of them might surprise you.

Will Your Breasts Ever Be the Same After Pregnancy?

Last Updated on July 31, When you are expecting a baby, you will notice quite some changes in your body, which may last even after you have delivered your baby. You are likely to notice changes in your breasts after delivery, for instance, your breasts may increase after childbirth.
It's inevitable—your breasts after pregnancy are different than before. Here's the lowdown on what's really going on with them. Nancy Phillips May 1,