Tutorial: How to attach your baby to the breast
Many women fear that breastfeeding will make their breasts saggy. This is not true (See Myths). Saggy breasts are usually caused by ageing and gravity, or by pregnancy itself – not by breastfeeding.
In fact, breastfeeding can have a positive impact on your breasts. Many women find that their breasts are very soft and supple due to the frequent moisturisation through breastfeeding to stop their nipples cracking and prevent mastitis. It is also very likely that the milk your body has naturally produced for breastfeeding – whether used or not – has made your breasts bigger, which many women (and their partners) love!