Obviously I know they'll be different for everyone. But when figuring out your ideal weight it would be useful to know wouldn't it...mine are big and always have been, so I'm now a size 6/8 with 30F boobs and used to be a 16/18 with 36GG boobs. I have friends who have much bigger breasts and weigh less than me but complain about being fat. I was trying to explain that if they had smaller boobs they'd weigh less and this would effect BMI etc, but just talked myself into circles...am I making any sense?!
I think what I'm trying to say is that given it's nigh on impossible to spot reduce fat from certain areas and breast tissue varies so much from woman to woman, wouldn't it be useful to be able to weigh breasts and do healthy weight calculations etc without including that weight? After all, being a B cup or a G cup doesn't affect your health in the same way as fat on your stomach, for instance? (Back problems aside!) So at 5ft 5 a healthy weight for someone with G cups might be 10st but someone with B cups might be better off at 9st. (I'm making these figures up btw.)
If you have kitchen scales then you could flop one on there.You should be ableto get quite an accurate weight if the whole breast is resting on the scale. I have a feeling that they probably weigh less than you think though.
I've been reading about a method of using water displacement to weigh them...I don't think I can be bothered to do it as it would mean quite a lot of mess and getting wet boobs, but it pleases me that there's a fairly accurate way of doing it out there!
Mine have got to weigh at least 5lbs each. They're bloody huge.
I used to work in breast screening and when I was reading notes for a clinical audit (quality review) read about a lady who had a lumpectomy and as she was large breasted instead of reconstructing the one which had had the tumour they reduced the other side. Apparently they took out a kilogram. I concluded that very large breasts can be very heavy.