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    exercise for small breasts?
    An_250040 posted:
    can you tell me are exercises which can make breasts smaller?i really be thankful for the reply.
    Rich Weil, MEd, CDE responded:
    Hi An,

    Breast tissue is mostly fat and will respond to any aerobic exercise (no one exercise is best), however, all women respond differently as to how much they will lose in their breasts. And it also matters how much weight is lost. Breasts are typically not the first part of the body that loses fat when you lose weight, and so you have to lose enough weight to translate it to your breasts. If you post back with some basic information like your exercise plan, age, height and weight, I might be bale to help a little more.

    Take care, Rich

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