Is the K cup size the same in GB as it is in the US? If so, then yes, I know what you mean. And the only way mine will even remotely look smaller is if I get them reduced... which I am trying to find someone who will take my insurance and do it.
Oh, insurance companies will cover them... it's just a matter of findong a surgeon who takes what I have. Many plastic surgeons are unwilling to work with insurance companies.oh my goodness you poor ladies I can't even imagine The back aches,the torturous clothing decisions,ugh.
I think with all the stupid things insurance companies cover,they absolutely need to cover something legit like breast reductions.
Have you looked into a reduction,Jane or is that something you're not willing to consider?
That's such crap though,even if the doc isn't willing to accept the insurance,the insurance should still reimburse you for the majority of what you're paying the doc.Oh, insurance companies will cover them... it's just a matter of findong a surgeon who takes what I have. Many plastic surgeons are unwilling to work with insurance companies.
When you have a large chest, you have to try them on. Walk in them. Lift your arms.I buy any bra that even looks like it will fit
Most of them end up on ebay
Oh if ONLY! Mine went from DD up to K after having my kids...Mine seem to be growing too, not sure if it's a monthly fluctuation thing or I'm getting chubbier and that's just where the fat goes?
My sister was a 28E (UK size) when we had her measured a few years ago, then she had a baby and now she's a C or D cup! She didn't have to resort to surgery. So that's an option too lol.
I'd gladly give you some of mine....I have the opposite problem. I've lost 14 pounds now and gone down a cup size. All of my new, amazing bras are too big. Lame.