PREGNANCY was the cure to Haley Sakki’s insecurity about her small breasts, she revealed in a TikTok post.
Haley who posts under the username @haleysakki shares videos about her life, including videos about dating and her friendships.
The 22-year-old even discussed how her first pregnancy when she was 20 altered her body image.
She previously joked on her account how she had celebrated leaving her teen years with a post about avoiding teen pregnancy before announcing she was expecting just six months later.
Haley posted a video which featured a picture of her before her pregnancy with the words: “Hating my small boobs”.
The video then cuts to her at 28 weeks pregnant holding her bump with a noticeably fuller bust.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development stated that women may experience “tender, swollen breasts or nipples as early as 1 to 2 weeks after conception.”
It added that women’s breasts may feel fuller, heavier and tingly and sore.
Haley’s fans were divided in the comments with some saying that when the baby stops feeding they will shrink again but others saying they will stay the same.
One said: “Not for long – when baby stops eating it will come back to you the way you had it.”
Another agreed saying the bigger breasts will only last “for a limited time”.
Others joked by tagging their friends and telling them that they now have a solution and another telling her friend “you have hope”.
Mums related to Haley’s joy at her new chest but warned: “Just wait till your milk comes in after you give birth! Mine got huge.”
Another noted how she “went from 34C to 38D” after having a baby.
Breast milk starts being produced in the days and weeks following delivery.
Medical News Today discussed how womens breasts change during pregnancy due to changes in hormones.
During the first Trimester, women may notice breast tenderness which is “often one of the earliest symptoms of pregnancy.”
Enlargement of the breasts and the appearance of blue veins is also common.
The second trimester may see darker and larger areolas, small bumps on the areolas, nipple discharge, and some lumps on the breast often caused by clogged milk ducts.
The medically reviewed article said: “People who do not experience dramatic breast changes during pregnancy should not worry.
“Nipple and breast changes are not indicative of a person’s ability to produce milk or chestfeed.”