A lot of teens worry about the fact that they don't have boobs yet. I spent many a PE class reassuring one of my friends that just because she had a chest like an ironing board, it didn't mean that it'd stay that way forever – and that even if it did, it didn't matter, because Sian Hughes from the year above didn't. The surgery has allowed Deanna, who recently had a baby, to be more active with her child. She is now able to bend over more easily and run around with her son, something she's overjoyed about. “I'm so grateful, and I just want to say thank you, thank you, thank you,” a beaming Deanna tells The Doctors.
Step 3: Determine Your Cup Size. Cup sizes are determined by the number of inches between your rib cage and the fullest part of your breasts (i.e. the measurements you just took). Check it out: 0" = AA; 1" = A; 2" = B; 3" = C; 4" = D; 5" = DD; etc. If, for example, your rib cage measured 30" and the fullest. If you're big busted and watch this video I want to let you know not to be scared or insecure because you have.