Unfortunately, 'sagginess' is caused by a few factors; predominantly skin elasticity which is genetic. Your weight loss was only half of it, if you gradually lost weight and have fairly elastic skin you would've been able to have equally as perky breasts, albeit smaller.
>>16866935 Fat distribution is also genetic. Seeing as how you're clearly female, it's safe to assume you carry most of your fat in your breasts/hips/thighs. Excluding obese women, you generally wouldn't have saggy skin in those areas aside from breasts.
>>16867053 Just know that most men love tits, regardless of what they say. I'm sure if you posted tits online, lots of men and women would like them. Go over to /b/ or /soc/ and post your tits, and ignore the haters. They aren't as saggy as you make them to be, especially since from your angle (looking down on them) it makes them appear more saggy than they really are.
Also tits are amazing, stop caring how the look, they'll look amazing no matter what.
Keep your vagina tight, that's for sure. And don't get implants, they'll deteriorate and make your tits saggier in the longrun.
Have a google and look for diets that improve skin health, wrinkles on the forehead, stretch marks from body building due to rapid muscle growth, are also in the same family as breast sag. Something to do with water content in the skin, therefore exercises that sweat also helps.
Do you take hormonal birth control? Taking it for too long can cause your hormones to go out of wack, and can result in anxiety, saggy tits, low energy, low sex drive, and acne.
If you're on a hormonal BC try switching to a non-hormonal form of protection like an IUD or condoms.
My girlfriend has 32DDs, she's 5'2", When she lost weight a few years ago, her tits lost their volume. She dropped birth control, gained a few pounds and exercised, and they came back to life. Slightly smaller, but more voluptuous.
She also claims that when we don't have sex often enough, her hormones aren't regulated enough and she gets the similar symptoms to the birth control. Try having more orgasms.
>>16866918 >for their size Are you saying they're small and saggy? That's a bummer. I highly doubt it is as bad as you think it is, but large tits are going to sag no matter what. If it isn't happening now, it's going to happen when you get older. There also isn't a "tit exercise". It's VERY slightly possible that building chest muscles (pecs) will help, but chest is not like the ass, where you can make your ass look awesome by building the muscles underneath. My gf lost weight and her boobs got a little saggier, but she has DDs so they sagged anyway (and she's in her 30s). I'd wager your tits are just fine but you should probably post them so we can be supportive/talk shit, depending on what they look like.
If it makes you feel any better, just by virtue of having tits, you have a get out of jail free card for about 70% of life's problems.
>>16866918 >Is it because I lost weight? If they weren't saggy before, this is likely the cause.
When I first went on BC my gyno put me on too high a dose and (among other issues involving high BP etc) my breasts ballooned. I went from a 32B to a 32DD+ or something. It was awful. When I got put on a lower BC, my breasts became smaller, but also more saggy. Initally, the sagginess didn't go away.
Then, on the advice of my hippy friend, I stopped wearing a bra (when I wasn't in public). Somehow, it did the trick. Might be something to try, although I really discourage not wearing a bra in public because you can get some really nasty comments from people.
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