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. Some is true, while some is misconception. This is typically due to gravity, though other causes may be involved. Luckily, facts have been separated from misconceptions over time.
My boobs were actually saggy before I had kids. Don't get me wrong—they were glorious. Big and full without a stretch mark in sight, but without the right bra, they definitely sagged a bit. No wonder my mommy friends rolled their eyes at me. They knew what I know now: My boobs were the best they would ever be.
Age brings with it a lot of good things. The ability to understand Seinfeld references that predate the need to Google them. But when those start breaking down—which, we hate to tell you, is pretty much inevitable as you age—things slowly start to droop. First, the bad news: Those structural changes are a normal part of aging.