Our expert says:
The breast tissue is essentially fat and so that is why people who lose a lot of weight tend to find their size reduces. Conversely, when you gain weight, it goes the other way.
The degree to which that change happens seems to vary depending on the person - in some, it doesn't changet, in others, the change is much smaller. That has to do with genetics - it's the same reason that some people tend to gain weight around the hips, others the thighs and so on - genetic wiring.
So unfortunately, it is inevitable, and hopefully you'll find that you don't see too much change. As long as you don't dramatically reduce your weight, you shouldn't be too badly off.
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