Our entire life is driven by gravity. In theory, sooner or later, the chest should sag (well, at least a little bit!) For everyone. And how the mammary gland will behave after pregnancy is generally a great mystery. No one knows what will happen after lactation. It all depends on your genetics.
There are a lot of options for what can happen to the breasts, and just as many options for correction. Most often, ptosis (omission), a change in the volume and shape of the mammary gland, is associated with menopause, as it contributes to the loss of glandular tissue. With age, our body begins to produce less elastin and collagen, which can affect the aesthetic features of the breast.
But even at 70, a woman who wants to please herself can do mammoplasty. For example, I recently performed an operation on a patient who was 74 years old at that time, she was very pleased with the result. So do not be afraid, now we will understand the details.