[Ask a Girl] Could it be my breasts?

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  1. Bohohippy

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    I don't know where to put this topic but I was just wondering if any women out there with J cup's or bigger every have problems with their lungs after sleeping? The last week I've been waking up with tight uncomfortable lungs, it started when I fell asleep with a bra on and now its happening without. I don't know if it's the way I sleep but it's scaring me. I'm wondering if my breasts are getting too heavy?
     
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    I moved it to Ask a Guy/Girl.
     
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    I really don't see how breast size can affect lung function but what do I know?
     
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    What exactly do you mean by your lungs being uncomfortable?

    When I had big knockers I found that sleeping on my back was uncomfortable, it felt like I had cinder blocks on my chest.

    I'm glad I have no such issues with my B cups. :)
     
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    What?! U went all the way down to a B?

    Sorry that's off topic, I'm not tryin to hyjack the thread. Just caught my attention haha
     
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    Yep, and I'm ever so happy I did. :)
     
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    Well they aren't just bags of empty air, mine weigh a hell of a lot and can make it difficult to breath if I'm on my back too long.


    The feeling is usually when I wake up and is like a tight shallow feeling (as in I can only breath shallow for a while and feel like I'm breathless, it's a physical effort to breath) when it shouldn't be because it's an automatic response controlled by the brain stem. Anyways I've not had it for a few days but I'm going to go the doctors to get checked out. My friend said it's gas around my lungs. *shrugs* I'm a 38J.
     
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    Hmm, that sounds scary. Do you have asthma or have you ever had panic attacks?
     
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    My fiancee has the same problem, while only being a 44DD. She can't lay on her back at night due to the weight of her breasts on her chest. While big tits can be very sexy, they also have their drawbacks as well.
     
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    I've only suffered with the 2nd one during an English class before meeting a past 'date'. The 1st one never. I do have dodgy lungs tho because in 2004 I had a terrible type of hayfever which ripped my lungs up so when I get a cough I'm usually in extreme pain.

    It is scary because no matter what, you cannot take a break from having big boobs! lol Without the op.