There are many different weight loss drugs on the market today, and one that has taken the world by storm is Ozempic. Ozempic is a drug designed for patients with Type 2 Diabetes, but it has been noted for its ability to influence weight loss in those taking it.(1)

Since losing weight affects the entire body, your breasts may also be affected if you undergo significant weight loss – be it while taking Ozempic or otherwise. Here we'll discuss how weight loss can affect your breasts and the phenomenon of Ozempic breasts.

What are Ozempic Breasts?

Since weight loss means losing fat across your body, your breasts can also be affected. Breasts are made primarily of fatty tissue, which means that if you lose fat or undergo rapid weight loss, such as through using Ozempic or similar drugs, chances are your breast size and shape will also change.

Many patients taking Ozempic or similar weight loss drugs have reported 'Ozempic breasts', or significant changes to breast size or shape. Significant weight loss can create a loss of volume, excess skin, and sagging breasts. Breasts can appear deflated after rapid weight loss, but this is entirely normal.(2)

Long-Term Effects on Breast Shape and Appearance

If you have recently lost weight, your breast size or shape has probably also changed. Fat loss affects your entire body, and breasts are no exception. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your breasts after weight loss or think you have 'Ozempic breasts', there are a few different routes to take. Cosmetic plastic surgery is common for many people after losing weight, specifically procedures like breast lift and breast augmentation.

If you want to restore lost volume and create a fuller, rounder bust, consult a plastic surgeon about a breast augmentation. Consult your doctor to learn if this is a safe and beneficial route to take for you. If you find yourself with excess skin after losing weight, there are also breast lift surgeries that remove excess skin.

Bra Size Adjustments After Ozempic Treatment

If you are undergoing a weight loss journey of your own, it's important to be aware of your changing breast size and shape. Your bra size will likely change if you undergo weight loss, or if you are taking Ozempic, and it's important to adjust your bra size as needed. Ozempic breasts are a known occurrence for women taking this medication.

Be sure to measure your bra size regularly to ensure your bras fit properly and provide the support you need. A well fitting bra can help prevent further breast sagging.

Final Thoughts

Although Ozempic was not designed as a weight loss drug, many people experience rapid weight loss when taking this medication. Since Ozempic and other weight loss meds can encourage weight loss, your breasts may also be affected when taking them. Ozempic breasts are a common phenomenon as your breasts naturally can change size and shape when you lose weight.




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About the Author

Maeve Gesualdi is a Fordham University alumna where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Fashion Studies. Based in New York City, Maeve is part of the marketing team at Glamorise. Maeve regularly interacts with customers via social media and product reviews, as well as with influencers and models. She is constantly getting feedback on our products as well as gaining a better understanding of what women in our category struggle with and/or look for when searching for a bra. Aside from writing, she is passionate about all things travel and fashion.

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