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Have blood from nipples which stains bra.Had a mammo and ultrasound.no cancer Dr is sending me to breast surgeon.Is this common?If no cancer why worry
Imaging may miss 10%: 1 in 9 women in the United States will get breast cancer at some point in their lives. So when a women comes in with symptoms of breast cancer such as a bloody nipple discharge, its taken very seriously. Bloody nipple discharge isn't really normal in any woman. Even though the initial tests are reassuring, its routine to refer to a specialist for a second opinion just in case. Best wishes! ...Read more
Hi, i m 23 years old not married, i am having bloody discharge from my right nipple for one week plus and it stained my bras, i am worrying that could?
At your age, the most likely cause would be benign papilloma, however, you should see a doctor to rule out other conditions. You may consult this site for more information: http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/bloody-nipple-dischage-what-are-the-causes/
Wish you good health! ...Read more
Sure: Yes the areola contains sweat glands. They can sweat like other body parts. ...Read more
Prewash and soak: No guarentee, especially if dried in or has passed thru washer once. Try a prewash product and / or oxyclean. Some fabrics may be permanantly stained. ...Read more
I am having stains in my bra where the nipple area is...Jus being scared whether its serious or common in women...
Breast discharge?: If the stains are due to breast discharge, it's fairly common for a variety of factors including sexual stimulation and certain medications. If the discharge continues, or is bloody, dark colored, painful or foul smelling, mention it to your doctor. ...Read more
I am hurting in my rib cage area to the point it hurts to wear my bra. I started working out could that be a stained muscles? And do I need to go to the doctor? Is there a home remdy I can do to relax the pain?
Muscle sprain common: Rib dysfunction, too small bra, could contribute also. Deep breathing may help alleviate, heat pack early on also. ...Read more
Hi, noticed very light oil stain from my bra size of my areola. Is this because of Montgomery glands. Not pregnant. Negative prolactin and ultrasound?
Evaluation: It sounds like you have already been evaluated by a doctor if you have already had a prolactin blood test and a breast ultrasound done. The doctor who performed those tests likely did an examination as well. They will have more information to be able to determine the cause. It sounds like everything was ok ...Read more
I breastfeed & today I tried on 15 different bras as well as a baby carrier w/out a bra on(naked) The carrier had a red stain on it and didn't notice until after I took it off. my breasts have cracked nipples. If this was blood could I get HIV? Risk?
No : Not at all likely! Enjoy the baby! ...Read more
Unusual symptoms: This is a first. There is nothing common about this scenario. If it persists i would get you to your family physician to be examined and evaluated. ...Read more
Maturity: Training bras let the wearer get used to brassieres which are considered a needed accompaniment to the adult forms of dressing. They also give the girl a boost, letting her feel she is now becoming more mature and grown up. There is no medical reason or physiological reason for wearing training bras. ...Read more
Actually research : Doesn't show that sagging is caused from not wearing a bra. The major issue from not wearing a bra is that some women (especially those with larger breasts) feel pain or heaviness without use of support. ...Read more
Maintainyour figure: If you mean mast. Bra and external prothesis -it is to maintain your figure after mastectomy they also make partial implants for filling out partial mastectomy voids ...... Downside hot, itchy in the summer-colder than you in the winter and expensive needing to be changed yearly but most insurance companies pay for them. ...Read more
That depends on: Some women (especially those with larger breasts or who are pregnant) sleep in a bra for comfort. It is recommended that a bra worn for sleep have a soft cup without under-wire or metal clasps. A shelf or cross-over design is also recommended. Bras worn for sleep are made. Use of improper cup depth can lead to rashes or chafing (due to breast contact against chest wall w trapped sweat). ...Read more
No female needs a: Padded bra (however, that can be beneficial for a post mastectomy patient). Would encourage you to go in person to a specialty bra store. Up to 85% of american women are wearing incorrect bra size. The professionals at a specialty bra store can ensure that you have the correct band and cup size as well the best design to fit your need. You will also be taught how to properly settle your breasts >. ...Read more
It may be the wrong: Design or size for you. Up to 85% of american women are wearing incorrect bra size. Encourage you to take care of your breasts by going to a bra specialty store for a professional fitting ; help w design selection. You will also be taught how to properly settle your breasts into the bra. It is worth the effort. ...Read more
Certainly: However, if you have particularly large breasts. This could become uncomfortable. ...Read more
Personal Choice: It will not hurt your health not to wear a bra. Some women feel more comfortable or more attractive wearing a bra. ...Read more
Not really necessary: A bra is not really necessary when you are sleeping. Most people sleep better when they are wearing loose, non-restrictive clothing (or nothing). A bra is to prevent pulling on the tendons of the breast when walking, jogging, etc. When you are lying down, this isn't really an issue. I think this trend started due to TV shows, but there is no need for the bra when you sleep. ...Read more
Yes: Breast droop or ptosis can be caused by many factors but the long term influence of gravity (especially in larger breasted women) is a significant contributor to breast sag. Wearing a bra that supports the breast through the day will certainly decrease the strain on the tissues and help maintain breast shape and position on the chest. ...Read more
Yes: Some women (especially w larger breasts or who are pregnant) sleep in bra for comfort. It's recommended that a bra worn for sleep have soft cup w/o underwire or metal clasps. A shelf or cross-over design is recommended. Bras worn for sleep are made from soft materials. Use of improper cup depth can lead to rashes or chafing (due to breast contact against chest wall w trapped sweat). ...Read more
Would encourage you: Not to wear clothing which is causing you discomfort. Encourage you to take care of your breasts by going to a bra specialty store for a professional fitting. You will be helped to select the correct band and cup size as well as design selection. ...Read more