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Sagging breast after continuous breastfeeding

Breastfed for 3 years and now have very saggy wrinkled breasts. There was slight improvement once the feeding ended but still the shape remains to be saggy. Have been taking sabal 30c for 10 days now one dose every day and there is a little bit improvement but not much. Should I continue with sabal or is there any other remedy to tighten breasts after feeding?
 
  nani15 on 2022-01-06
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Try Sabal 200 thrice a day for a week and post
 
Kaps 4 months ago
Thank you for taking your time to reply. I will try sabal 200 and reply in a week.
 
nani15 4 months ago
I could not get a hold of Sabal200 on time so i opted for Sabal30c and took it three times a day for a week as you had instructed. Breast size is still the same and still sagging down but i feel it has gotten a bit fuller and the wrinkled look is gone. Is it possible to to get more improvement?
 
nani15 4 months ago
Continue Sabal 30 similarily for another week and post
 
Kaps 4 months ago
Ok will do and reply next week.
 
nani15 4 months ago
I did take Sabal30 for another week. There was no improvement. Absolutely no changes. First week there were changes but even those changes seem to have gone back to how it was before i started taking the medicine.
 
nani15 4 months ago
Stop sabal and wait for a few days then you need to start
Sabal 200
 
Kaps 4 months ago
Ok sir will do.
 
nani15 4 months ago
Did you see improvement with the 200 dosage? I had no idea the sagging could be helped!
 
lnew 3 months ago
I am currently taking a break from taking Sabal30 but i did see a bit of difference overall. I am hoping once I start sabal200 there will be better improvement.
 
nani15 3 months ago
Amazing! Thank you for getting back to me.
 
lnew 3 months ago

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