I am 5'4" and as long as I can remeber have always been overweight. Thanks to everyone who put their pictures. Sagging or drooping of breasts is a natural, inevitable process that happens to all women at some point, except to women with fairly small breasts. The most notable sagging happens with the process called breast involution see below , but breasts can start drooping a little at any age, because they do NOT have muscles in them.
Is it normal to have saggy boobs at 16?
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Check off all that you've done. Bought a bralette only for your boobs to fall out every five seconds. Forgot to wear a bra outside and wondered if everyone was judging how low your boobs looked in your shirt. Actively avoided wearing cleavage bearing tops so no one can judge your boobs.
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Like women, breasts come in a variety of beautiful shapes and sizes. Teens and young women usually enjoy "perky" breasts — meaning they're full, firm and don't sag. That said, there are reasons why even a young woman's breasts might droop to some extent. If your breasts look a bit saggy to you or you have a teenage girl in your life who does , don't fret. Simple things like a well-fitted bra can often help you get the look you want for your breasts.
I am 16 years old, with 36DDs i know big for my age i get that a lot, and i also get people thinking im older, but thats besides the point, i wanted to ask other girls, and guys if they think its normal for a girl my age to sag, ive done the pencil test and it just stays there, i want my boobs to sag less, any suggestions? Im at the normal size for a girl my age. The key point here is that the natural, normal and 'correct' shape of larger natural breasts is NOT the same as the natural shape of say an A or a B cup - think about it, that would look scary! I suspect you're comparing yourself either with much smaller friends, or with yourself when you were only half-way grown - those are not fair comparisons.