The Doctors: Woman’s Breasts Grew 9 Sizes In 2 Years
The Doctors took a closer look at the story of a woman who’s breasts grew nine sizes in just two years. The Doctors showed a picture of the woman after the alarming growth and said imagine that happening to you over just a few years.
So how did it happen? Sharon, the woman in the photo was on the phone, and said she “felt like a freak.” Sharon’s breasts grew and sagged so much that they actually drooped to well below the level of her belly button, which is an extreme case.
Dr. Ordon then pulled out a model representation of one of Sharon’s breasts and handed it to Dr. Jim Sears and then kept one for himself. Each model weighed seven pounds, and Dr. Ordon explained that when Sharon had a breast reduction, she had a total of 14 pounds removed.
The Drs: Post-Menopausal Breast Growth
Dr. Rachael Ross explained that not only is it going to hurt your breast tissue, but growth like that is going to hurt your back as well. She noted that when you go through menopause, your estrogen levels decrease, and the elasticity in the breasts tends to decrease, causing sagging. The tissue that exists in the breasts to serve the purpose of breastfeeding, recedes. Dr. Ross said about 19% of women have to go up a size in bras due to breast growth.
Sharon’s case was an extreme case, and since then she has had a breast reduction surgery. She said her confidence has come back and she feels like more of a woman because she didn’t feel like a woman before.
The before and after pictures are amazing!
The Doctors: Sabotaging Your Own Weight Loss
The Doctors then moved on to share ways you could be sabotaging your own weight loss. The Doctors welcomed life-stylist Moll Anderson to reveal the possible reasons you haven’t been able to lose those last few pounds.
Moll Anderson said she wanted to take a look at some of the things we all do when we go home at night. We walk in the door, check the mail, change our clothes into something more comfortable, check our phones, and then go to the refrigerator and reheat the casserole from the night before.
The Drs Diet: Don’t Get Too Comfortable + Turn Kitchen Light Off
So what’s wrong with that routine? Moll Anderson said mistake number one is getting too comfortable. Put on some leggings or a belt that are a little bit tighter and serve as a reminder that you’re trying to lose weight.
The second mistake you could be making when it comes to your diet is leaving the kitchen light on after dinner. Moll Anderson said you should get out of the kitchen and turn the lights off and walk away from it once you’re finished eating dinner.