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Increased Size Of Mothers Breasts
No practical way: Nipple size is what you get and there is no pharmacological or exercise means to increase the size. They will enlarge somewhat during pregnancy. If you are obsessed with your nipple size, you could consider a cosmetic enlargement with a carefully applied donut ring of tattoo but this is an extreme solution. ...Read more
Yes: It depends. You can gain weight by gaining water, muscle, bone or most commonly fat. If you gain weight by gaining water, your breasts will enlarge as a result of the excess water. If you gain fat, because breast tissue is largely composed of fatty tissue, you may see your breasts grow depending how your genetic makeup distributes fat through your body. Or the fat may just go elsewhere. ...Read more
Male Chest Size: No, stimulation of nipples won't increase chest size in men. It may cause local irritation. ...Read more
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Breasts bigger: Your breast increase in size when you get pregnant so that your breasts can prepare to make milk once you have delivered. After delivery they increase in size even more and they stay large while you are breastfeeding. After you have weaned your baby, your breasts decrease in size and you can often lose a cup size. ...Read more
No: Breast size doesn't affect risk for breast cancer. It is important to perform monthly breast self exam and be familiar with your own breasts. If you have larger and dense breasts, it can be more difficult to feel an abnormality but once you know your own breasts, it can be easier. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may or may not: Normally brests get bigger during pregnancy and stay big during breast feeding.Your breasts may or may not return to the way they were before pregnancy and breast feeding.Some wemens breasts may shrink and others may remain large.Or other effects like sagging or staying full depends on weight gain and genetics, age and may be some other unknown factors. ...Read more
Yes: Check out the following link: http://ww5.komen.org/BreastCancer/NotHavingChildrenorHavingFirstAfterAge35.htmlGet a more detailed answer ›
No : Inflammation of the breast does not increase risk for breast cancer. However, there is a distict type of a very agressive breast cancer that can present like inflammation- a.K.A- inflammatory breast cancer-which is presented with redness, swelling breast with thickening over the skin area over the breast. One has to be very careful enough and not to miss the inflammatory breast cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, fibrocystic breast changes don't increase your risk of breast cancer: Fibrocystic breast changes are common. Women with this noncancerous (benign) condition often have lumpy, nodular breasts and experience breast pain that varies throughout the menstrual cycle. Doctors don't know exactly what causes fibrocystic breast changes, but the condition is likely due to hormone changes during your menstrual cycle that affect breast tissue. Although fibrocystic breast changes don't increase your risk of breast cancer, having fibrocystic breasts may make it more difficult for you to feel a new breast lump or other abnormal change — such as a persistent breast lump that doesn't go away with your next menstrual cycle or thickening or firmness within lumpy breast tissue. It's important to become familiar with how your breasts normally feel so that you'll know when something just isn't right. If you detect something unusual, make an appointment with your doctor to have it evaluated. ...Read more
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It's not: That's a silly myth. Life's hard enough without this sort of thing. ...Read more
No: Just look around you. I'll also give you a heads-up -- despite all the goofy talk, most men don't actually care about this when we're looking for someone special. Best wishes. ...Read more
Mother had lobular breast ca at 54. I'm 27, had an breast ultrasound which came back normal but radiologist said they can't see lobular on u/s? Is this true? Am i at increased risk for lobular ca?
Harder to see: Lobular carcinoma can be detected on mammogram or ultrasound, but it can be harder to detect than the more common ductal carcinoma. Lobular carcinoma is best detected with an MRI but I do not suggest this at your age (or an ultrasound for that matter) unless you have signs or symptoms that warrant it. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I was giving my self a breast exam like my mother told me to do and i found a knot and it hurts to touch bout the size of a dime what do I do?
USPST: 28 year old lady with question about self breast exam. The United States Preventative Services Task Force has now recommended against teaching women self breast exam. Clinical Breast Exam with an experienced provider is recommended, however, if you discover something worrisome, especially if you have family history of breast cancer. Please see your MD for a referral. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 18yrs turning 19 in a week and my breast have been the same size since middle school, 32 a. My 3 sisters and mother all have DD cup size br...
That is okay: Honestly that is all okay - and everyone is different ...Read more
Do I have increased chances of being diagnosed with breast cancer if my mother and great grandmother both have/had it?
Increased: Although i think that it would be hard to say exactly what your risk would be , i think that most would agree that you are at increased risk based on the fact that your mom had it.Risks may be as low as 1.5x that of the normal population or as high as 80% if there is a genetic basis(eg, brca 1or 2). ...Read more
My mother in law has a bump beneath her breast that is swollen red and about the size of her fist . She lifts stuff all day could it be a hernea or?
I have a lump about the size of an olive between my armpit and breast and im scared . My maternal grandmother also has terminal cancer. I'm 23 yrs old?
BB size knot In between armpit and breast area non tender and doesn't move when pushed on. I'm 38, had a partial hysterectomy a yr ago. Mother of 5?
My mother had 5 years ago of breast cancer, but now good health , but this time the doctor found that the analysis of (cea) has increased by 13.6 why?
Can't say: I wonder why it was ordered to begin with. Was it routine or was she having some symptoms? The problem with markers is that once found high (and confirmed high), we are almost obligated to work it up with additional tests. Best wishes to both, hope it is nothing serious. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: The ink that is used in tattoos in the us is subject to fda regulation as cosmetics. None are approved for injection under the skin. However, the ink molecules are too large to pass into breastmilk. Local and systemic infections are the most prevalent risks after tatooing. It is suggested that mothers wait at least for your infant's 1st b-day to give your body a chance to recover from birth. ...Read more
THC: Thc can impair a mother's judgment and child care abilities. There is concern that marijuana may have effect on neurotransmitters and nervous system development of the infant. For a more complete answer please refer to lactmed- from the us national institutes of health. http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/search/f?./temp/~sgjkqy:1. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Breast feeding: It is entirely possible to breast feed normally after breast implants. There are some women that have difficulty with breast feeding whether they have had implants or not. There is no way to know if it was the implants that caused the problem. If I have a patient who is concerned about the future possibility of breast feeding, we spend time discussing this concern and then make the decision. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably not: We know that the composition of breast milk changes from the beginning of a nursing session to the end (the fat content rises as the baby nurses longer. And we know that milk produced in the morning is different than milk produced at night. So I am sure that there are variations between individuals. But breast milk is always the first choice for a baby. ...Read more
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