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BULEMIA BREASTS: Breasts are impacted by Estradiol [e2] ovarian estrogen, estrone [e1 or fat estrogen, progesterone, 16-oh-fat estrogen which may increase cancer and 4-oh-estrone. Some of these can be directly measured. Most pms or pdd can be helped by natural progesterone. If you are very thin, you may need a patch of estrogen day 1- ? Since you need some estrogen to make a uterus lining. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
22 years old. I have been trapped in the cycle of bulimia or ednos for 3 years. I've been getting a pain in my left side chest. What could this mean?
Chest pain: With your history of arrhythmias, this needs to be checked by your pcp soon. ...Read more
I'm a 24 year old female recovering from bulimia. I was having some slight chest pain and faster heart rate. no relapses in 5 months?
Dr who read breasts U/s while I was pregnant said 'you're pregnant? Your breasts are very easy to read' what does that mean?
Less dense: Likely they meant that you have less dense breast tissue which can make the read easier for them. ...Read more
Hi since last night I have had s pain right between my breasts on my chest but it's everytime I move it feels like pressure but only if I move please?
I'm now 40. During puberty I dealt with enlarged breasts and then they reduced. In my 20's to now they are enlarged. What do I do? Also have low drive
You may have a: hormonal imbalance triggered by getting just a bit older. Please see your doc. He/she can easily measure your hormone levels w/lab testing. You can also visit a natural health doc and possible treatment would be through supplements. Diagnos-techs lab has a good male hormone panel. It uses saliva which is best, but conventional docs will usually use blood. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Breast augmentation: Surgery is the only "tried and true" way of accomplishing breast enlargement. Very subtle increases in breast size may be obtained with use of the brava system, but large series of long term results are currently lacking. Some plastic surgeons perform fat transfer surgery, though this is often a staged approach and, again, long term data are lacking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fibrocystis breasts: Fibrocystic breast disease is the most common reason for breast tenderness. The fibrocystic tissue can retain fluid which increases pressure and pain in the cystic breast tissue. Caffeine increases the symptoms by increasing the fluid retention in the fibrocystic tissue. Decreasing caffeine intake can help. Taking vitamin E supplements is also very effective for decreasing this type pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on cause.: Breast soreness can occur due to stretching from increased fluid retention. Breast pain can occur in conjunction w premenstrual syndrome, ovulation, your period, pregnancy, hormone imbalance or use of oral contraceptives. Once cause of pain is identified - treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Not sure what you: Mean? Are you a male or a female? It might be frightening for a male to develop breasts which were large. Many women are uncomfortable with having breasts that are too small, too large, too saggy, too pointy, too sexy, too flat, etc. Some women female uncomfortable with their sexuality.If I am not hitting on your question then please clarify and re-ask. ...Read more
Breast pain: Mastodynia is the medical word for breast pain. It is either cyclical or non-cyclical. If its related to your menstrual cycle it is cyclical. Other reason include benign (non cancerous) masses like fibroadenomas that grow and cause pain. Also, infection can be a cause of pain. See your doctor for a diagnosis and options for treatment. ...Read more
Different anatomy: Every woman's breasts are unique in their shape and size, along with variations in your chest wall anatomy. The distance between your breasts most likely has to do with the anatomy of the bone in the center of your chest, known as your sternum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer