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Breast Stretch Marks Causes
Common: At some point your skin expanded and like a ballon "cracks" can develop form over-expansion (elastic fibers break). It is very difficult to treat but the use of creams with either Retinol or Apha Hydroxyl acids, may help ...Read more
I have a lot of stretch marks on my breasts. What can this be from is my bra too tight or what is it?
The stretch marks: Are likely due to expansion of the breast (with tearing of tissues). Doubt that a too tight bra is the cause. However, it is not healthy to wear a bra that is too tight. 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. ...Read more
Is it normal to have some telangiectasia on the under part of my breasts? I lost some weight and also have some stretch marks are these normal
Normal.: The prominence of veins through the skin is affected by many factors including levels of hydration and dehydration, body temperature as well as outside temperature, medications and even levels of stress. Fair skinned people tend to have more easily visible veins than darker individuals and hereditary plays a strong role also. In a healthy person, visible veins are usually not of any concern. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
M 22 girl. 71kgs joined the gym to loose 10 kgs. I also hv saggy breasts & stretch marks over them. How to improve saggy breasts without surgery?
Depends: The only way, as of today, to remove strech marks is by cutting the skin involved with the strech marks. The procedures are called mastopexy and breast reduction. Obviously, if the strech marks are too extensive, part of them will remain because, there needs to be enough skin to close the wounds. However, the left over strech marks will look better due to skin tightening. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Really bad, thick red stretch marks on my breast. It's really nasty looking is there anyway I can remove them?
Get evaluated.: Please see a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for evaluation. Possible treatments include fractional laser resurfacing, dermabrasion & medication (i.e., retinoids). ...Read more
I'm 22 yrs old. My question is how am I getting stretch marks on my thighs, side of my breasts and side of my waist if I have not gained weight?
Cushings syndrome: Easy to diagnose if you suspect it. ...Read more
Stretch marks: Trilastin-sr is an advanced formula specifically developed to reduce the appearance of stretch marks associated with pregnancy, growth spurts, weight gain or bodybuilding. Trilastin-sr will also enhance the skin's natural elasticity to help avoid new stretch mark scarring. ...Read more
Due to weight fluctuations during my teen years I got saggy droopy breasts & stretch marks on them. Is there a way to correct it. Wil anyone marry me?
People get married: Women of all breast shapes get married every day (it's not a big factor). Gravity pulls on breasts and makes them sag. People have different strengths of "connective tissue" framework inside their breasts, their skin, etc. (likely familial or genetic). Having had large fatty breasts can stretch out the connective tissue and leave a weaker framework, leading to sagging once breasts shrink. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I used to be very thin. Now I am very fat. I have stretch marks all over my body. Even on my breasts. It's sad. Please suggest ways to remove them.?
Stretch marks: Unfortunately there is not a good treatment for stretch marks. You might want consider a consultation with a plastic surgeon to see how much of your skin can be removed improving significantly your problem. Removing the tissue with the stretch marks is the only and definitive solution for the problem. Best to you ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 19 years old and I have stretch marks on my breast. Maroc100 is a cream for the removal available online. Is it ok if I use that cream or no?
Several topical options exist and are most effective when they are red (striae rubra). Olive oil, cocoa butter, and several prescription topical treatments exist, including Tretinoin. For striae alba (older, white stretch marks) dermabrasion and fractional laser treatments are most effective. Read this recent update: http://www. Medscape. Com/viewarticle/822324_3
Cosmetic Dermatologists can help too ...Read more
I've had dark lines, not too dark tho, on my breast since may. They look like stretch marks but not as bad or dark. What can I do to get rid of them?
Doctor: See a doctor for exam. Sometimes these changes are hormonal. Without an exam difficult to diagnose. Of you gained weight recently that could of course be cause too. ...Read more
I know this isn't a huge deal. But I'm 21 years old, my breast size has recently decreased but I have stretch marks along the sides. I don't know if this is from previous rapid growth or what?
Probably so: Breast stretch marks are typically the result of rapid changes in breast size. They probably developed in the past during a more rapid development phase, but perhaps you notice them more now with your recent weight loss. With time they will become fainter and less noticeable. Good wishes to you! ...Read more
Eval: Please see a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for evaluation. Possible treatments include fractional laser resurfacing, dermabrasion & medication (i.e., retinoids). ...Read more
Use with Caution: Company has no info/studies with breastfeeding.It is botanical source (like most topicals) should be safe. I have used it safely/successfully on infant faces/skin. I would use on areas away from direct contact w/ infants mouth, monitor carefully for any rash/reaction in infant's skin. Later, laser therapy can be considered for stretch marks (not while pregnant or breastfeeding). ...Read more