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My Mom Wants To Grow Her Breast Big Give Tips
Why am i 19 and still flat chested? I feel them growing at night but all the women in my family are at least average size my mom has big breasts.
Breast size: Some of the size of the breast is inherited, you never really know.It's like noses and feet in families will have resemblances, so will the rest of the body. ...Read more
Im 19 & my breasts are small compared to my mom & younger sister. Why?Periods were irregular until recently &hormone levels are fine. Will they grow?
Maybe: We are all different combinations of genetic material from both sides of the family. You smaller breasts may be from "the other side of the family". Diet and lifestyle can affect growth as well. My best recommendation is to see a chinese medicine practitioner as chinese medicine can balance our bodies and enhance growth in very natural ways. Your breasts may or may not grow any larger. Be happy. ...Read more
Breast bone: This is a bone like any other in your body and will grow in proportion to the rest of you. Pecs are the pectoralis major muscles and do not cause bone growth. ...Read more
I used my moms breast cream, to make you boobs grow! a few days later my nipples started to hurt/sting, why?
I am a single mom. I felt a big mass in my breast. I got a mammogram done which showed a cyst. I wanted it drained for cancer cell evaluation? Should I go for it?
Treating fear with: A surgical or radiology directed procedure cures neither the tendency to form cysts or the scared feeling that causes the question. Giving reasons will not allay your concern. Age, family history, medication, physical finding and other history could influence, but cyst spiration and cytology each time you get a cyst is wasteful use of resources. You need help, but not cytology. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Engorgement: Pain in the breasts of nursing mothers is usually a symptom of engorgement. This occurs when your breasts are producing more milk that your infant is drinking. Applying warm or cool compresses and nursing/pumping more frequently usually helps relieve the pain and prevent progression. However, redness, severe pain, fever or abnormal nipple discharge warrants a visit to your doctor. ...Read more
Calm/Clear: Regardless of the exact type of breast surgery plan, moms tend to be very helpful “nurses” postoperatively. Best to find the right time to explain your goals and plans with your mother in a calm fashion; in my experience, once daughters make their motivation clear ( hopefully self-motivated), moms tend to be very supportive. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Breast Cancer: Family history and genetics only contribute to approximately 20% of breast malignancies. There are other contributing factors that may increase your risk. This being said, it means that for the most part, there are ways you can do to decrease you risk of the condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treat immediately: Breast cancer in patients even at 90 years of age should be treated. Obviously the procedure should be modified that if the lesion is 2 cm or less a local excision with margins can be utilized and radiation with held. Sometimnes addition of anti hormones can further improve result, but surgical removal required. ...Read more
My great aunt had breast cancer and my grandma or mom don't have it. What are my chances of getting breast cancer?
not any different : Just like your mother and grandma, you have some risk yet you have high odds of never having a problem. But the only way to help yourself is to have a clinical breast examination by your physiican once yearly and have yearly mammograms starting at the age of 40.. I would also advise you to do monthly breast self exams tio look for any changes in the appearance of your breasts and how they feel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Breat cancer is one of the cancers for which we have good treatments and upwards of 80% cure rate. Yet it is difficult to predict how one patient will do as we must monitor them for several years before we can be sure that a person is trouble free. Having surgery does not neceassarily mean that it is bad as surgery is only done if it is relatively early cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stage IV: I hope your mom is okay. Metastatic breast cancer is condition when the cancer has spread beyond the breast. It commonly spreads to the liver, lung, bones, brain. It is unfortunately an incurable disease-although it is treatable. Therapy will depend on the biology of the cancer and your mother's overall health condition and her preference. We do have chemo, targetted therapy, hormonal therapy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm just concerned because now I have significantly bigger breasts than my mom and my sisters. Is this normal?
My mom doesn't want to take me to get a breast exam. And i think i really need one- what should I do?
Get an exam: Part of getting a breast exam is getting educated by your health care practitioner as to what's normal breast tissue, how to perform self breast exams, what to look for, what your anatomy means and does. I think it's a great idea, in the setting where you trust the doctor or nurse performing the exam. Your mom is your mom and you should respect and listen to her, but i think there's no harm. ...Read more
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