She’s right. Breasts that big are heavy and put a constant strain on the back and shoulders. Many women with really large breasts suffer from continual aching. Every woman I know who has had breast reduction surgery has been very happy about it.
Mammoth mammaries really get in the way during athletic activities of all kinds. And while you guys might like to look at them now, in a few years their weight will stretch out the ligaments that hold them up and they’ll be hanging around the poor girl’s knees. No, she’s better off having them docked. Painful but worth it, both personally and professionally.
She can give them to me...I’ll take care of them til she wants them back. I promise to feed them...and walk them.
Perhaps. But I hope she delays surgery as long as possible. Besides the, uh, esthetic considerations, medical techniques improve over time.
My niece had reduction surgery about 2 yrs. ago when she was 22. She’s never been happier, she anxiously waited years to get it done. She was 38DD or more, whatever size comes next, she was absolutely miserable and had a lot of back pain. I don’t recall exactly, but ‘they’ weighed a considerable amount and she’s less that 5 feet tall. She would do it again in a heartbeat.
I recall a CBS golf announcer (English, IIRC) making the case large breasts on women golfers diminish their skills by limiting their swing arc. He was fired for stating that obvious truth.
We used to have a young, beautiful, big-breasted neighbor who developed back problems and underwent breast-reduction surgery. She told us the surgeon removed 3-1/2 pounds of breast -- but I saw no difference. She still looked young, beautiful, and big-breasted.