Busty girls and back problems...

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Registered: 12-03-2007
Busty girls and back problems...
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Wed, 01-16-2008 - 5:53pm

My SO is a small girl and very busty but is constantly complaining about the area on her back between her shoulder blades. I massage it each evening so she can get to sleep.
I love her big boobs but hate to see her in constant pain.

My question is do other busty girls have back problems? What strategies do you use to deal?

Thanks
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Registered: 02-17-2007
Wed, 01-16-2008 - 7:19pm
I have had friends get reductions because of the back problems that it causes. You can get special bras which help to support better and more comfortably, but really, there isn't much you can do besides getting a reduction.

 

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Registered: 03-31-2007
Wed, 01-16-2008 - 9:53pm

I have larger breasts, and I have had some back problems over the years. Like Suki, I've also had friends have reduction surgery because of back problems. Luckily, my problems have not been a constant issue.

Good posture is always helpful, wearing a bra with proper support is too. Has she ever been to a reputable establishment to get accurately measured? Many, many women actually wear the wrong size bra. Perhaps if she went to a better department store (Macy's, Nordstroms, etc.) and got a fitting she would find bras that work better for her. The store's don't always have someone on staff for proper fittings, but they do periodically have fitters available for appointment (which are usually free).





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Registered: 05-30-2007
Thu, 01-17-2008 - 12:04am

Honestly, I haven't had back problems.. I'm 4'9"/DD but thankfully have never had any back problems because of my big breasts..... Sorry couldn't be of any help to you...


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Registered: 03-09-2005
Thu, 01-17-2008 - 9:08am

My DW was busty and had breast reduction surgery about 10 years ago.

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Registered: 07-31-2007
Tue, 01-29-2008 - 6:54pm

The alternative to surgery is to stop wearing a bra , apparently . My friend saw a Dr. who mentioned that she would qualify for a publicly funded breast reduction ( this is in Australia )

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Registered: 12-25-2006
Wed, 01-30-2008 - 12:35pm

believe it or not.....yoga helped me - taught me how to stretch and improved my posture.


btw...I always wore at least two sports bras to the yoga classes for obvious reasons...


you are a thoughtful man to rub her back for her











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Registered: 12-03-2007
Wed, 01-30-2008 - 1:21pm

She does like the balconette bras and they are also very sexy.
They are mostly half-cup I think and very flattering. She was never able to wear half cup bras before she found them and one quarter cup bras were always out of the question. She has quite a collection of bustiers now which are a kind of corset I think. They not only look incredible but offer much needed support. She has a thing for erotic lingerie lately that I'm not unhappy about at all...

Surgery is something she won't consider now although someday it might be appropriate. She is comfortable with the way she looks and every time I have suggested it she shoots the idea down. She gets some unwanted attention that most busty women deal with I think but sometimes if she is in the mood she will show off a bit and we both enjoy it.

She has one advantage that some of her girl friends do not. She is all natural and has had a few years to adapt to the extra weight. She has friends who got a little shock after cosmetic surgery, they were unprepared for how much those inserts weigh especially after a long days work …

Thanks for the advice all :)

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Wed, 01-30-2008 - 5:15pm
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Sat, 02-02-2008 - 1:21pm
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