Many women are concerned that, as they age or become a mother, their breasts will start to change in an unflattering way. And, to be straight with you readers, they will. As your body adapts to, there are going to be differences and signs of involutional change (or, returning to their original form). But that doesn't have to be a negative thing.
According to a Baby Center article written by Lactation Consultant Jan Berger, age, weight fluctuation, pregnancy, gravity, and even breastfeeding affect the way breasts appear over time. And even if you decide not to breastfeed as a new mom, it's still inevitable that changes will happen to your breasts with time and age. Even for those women who haven't given birth or choose not to breastfeed, John Hopkins Medicine reported that, over time, estrogen reduction occurs in the body (including breast tissue), and there is a reduction in the glandular tissue of the breasts. This causes breast tissue to shrink and lose shape, which means your breasts aren't going to be as full or "lively." This occurrence, along with the changes that can accompany breastfeeding moms' breasts, can bring the following signs of involutional change along with them.