Saggy breasts are part of a change in breast appearance that most women experience, especially as they get older. This tends to be a completely natural cosmetic change. Still, some women may not want saggy breasts.
The medical term for saggy breasts is breast ptosis. There’s lots of information about what does (and doesn’t) actually contribute to saggy breasts. Some is true, while some is misconception.
Usually owing to age, ligaments in the breasts (called Cooper’s ligaments) stretch out over time. This is typically due to gravity; though other causes may be involved.
Information about what causes — or doesn’t cause — saggy breasts can be conflicting. Luckily, facts have been separated from misconceptions over time.
True causes of saggy breasts include:
The loss of skin elasticity due to aging is the most common cause of saggy breasts. Another factor is smoking, which accelerates aging and thus contributes to sagging breasts, sometimes even earlier in life.
Multiple pregnancies are another cause, though breastfeeding is not. Hormonal changes shrink and expand milk ducts with each pregnancy, which can lead to sagging tissues. Rapid weight changes pre- and post-pregnancy can add to this.
Large breast size leads to a higher chance of sagging, solely because higher breast mass is more vulnerable to gravity.
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