I also review and talk about these products at my Facebook page as well as in my personal blog. This is my second time posting about my personal blog, which is called "The Breast Doctor". It is not really a personal blog, but rather a place where I share my medical knowledge and experiences, and help others when they need help. I am hoping to start a professional blog soon. I hope to get some feedback here. You can join my Facebook page and share your thoughts. This is also a great place to find other people interested in this topic. Please check out my blog and let me know what you think. Let me know if you have any questions. My email is "Dr. Kate Loh". Thanks again, and have a great day!
The main differences between A-Cups and B-Cups is that A-Cups don't have a bottom portion that protrudes in front of the breast. Therefore, B-Cups are the only cup available that's specifically designed to fit a woman with small breasts. A-Cups also don't have a nipple that protrudes out of the cup, so B-Cups are sometimes referred to as D-Cups.