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how can you reduce breast size naturally?

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Dr. Mary Margaret ONeill
Gynecology 36 years experience
Hard to do: Breasts are comprised mostly of fatty tissue and size depends on genetics and weight. The size of your breast, therefore, partially depends on the amount of subcutaneous fat you have. If you are above normal weight, then weight loss/fat loss will eventually lead to slightly smaller breast size. If you are normal weight, weight loss may not make a difference. Good sports bras can help with support.
Dr. Thomas Fiala
Plastic Surgery 33 years experience
Other than : Weight loss, there is really no predictable way to reduce your breast size without breast reduction surgery.

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Does a fibrocystic breast feel like it has a small bb in it?

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At times yes...: Fibrocystic breast can have different characteristics- you can feel something that feels like a small "bb", a rock, a pea or just and area of irregular thicness and tenderness. However any new breast finding or change in breast warrants eval by your doctor and possibly mammogram and/or ultrasound. It is important to be assessed- so make an appointment.
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What's breast self-exam good for anymore?

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Can be helpful: At this time there is much controversy about need for self breast exam. Guidelines recommend against. However, the possibility of you finding a lump or change on your exam can help make a diagnosis of a breast condition- more quickly. Your risk of breast problems should also be a guiding factor. If you are properly taught to do SBE there is no real harm to do them- and may help.
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A 67-year-old female asked:

I have been having weakness in upper part of chest, not all the time. I feel like I am going to pass out, it soon passes. I feel disoriented?

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A 22-year-old male asked:

When I take a deep breath my lungs or something in my chest tickles why?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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Can i tell me how i can reduce breast size naturally?

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One way: If you lose weight in general, a certain % will be breast fat but the actual amount can't be predicted.

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