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You might be able to replace those sagging bottoms. You will have to look carefully at the bottom of your drawer and see if there is a slot that the bottoms slide into. If so you may be able to take the back part of the drawer off and slide old wood out/new wood in. You will have to get the same thickness of wood and have the tools to cut the sizes you need. Plywood comes in different thicknesses. I have done this numerous times and it works well.
I agree with Gk. Replace the bottom. Usually stapled to the back of the drawer and slides right out. I have used thin plywood or hardboard for drawer bottoms. Hardboard doesn't warp as much.