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Breast MRI of non mass is 4.7cm✖️6.1cm AP✖️3.9cm big. Have small breasts does this mean chest wall invasion ?would MRI show that ? If cancer
It doesn't mean: there is chest wall invasion(MRI would show it), and it doesn't mean you have cancer. Depending on other MR features, and assuming no mammogram, ultrasound, or palpable abnormalities, non mass enhancement is most likely to be benign. It may need biopsy, however, due to the small chance of malignancy. ...Read more
No: Your sensitivity is a personal perception, and everyone is different. But it is not related to the size of any body part. ...Read more
They can: Each mother makes enough breast milk for her baby or babies. The size is not a problem. ...Read more
My wife has small breasts, looking odd.Hw she can have big breasts.Plz give ur valuable suggestion?
Derived from genes: The size and contour of the breasts in women are the result of an interplay between inherited genetics and hormonal stimulation during puberty. If the person has a healthy lifestyle, they will develop what their genetics gives them. There is no diet, exercise or medication that will change what her genes have given her. Cosmetic surgery can increase size if desired. ...Read more
Im 46 yrs old.I always had very small breasts .They have become quite large recently -3/4 months .Why?
I have had small breasts forever. Is there a way I can make them larger without implants or a push up bra? I'm in my mid 30s and I've stopped growing.
No: There's no safe way to increase breast size other than surgery or a push up bra. Any pills or potions that tell you they will increase your breast size are dangerous. Genetically, these are the size breasts you will likely have. Sometimes pregnancy can increase or decrease one's breast size (after pregnancy). Good luck and avoid scams! ...Read more
Yes, it's normal.: Women's breast sizes range from almost unnoticeable to very, very large. The amount of breast tissue a woman has is genetically determined. Even very small breasts can usually successfully breastfeed a baby, and there is nothing "abnormal" about having small instead of large breasts. Beauty and function come in lots of shapes and sizes! ...Read more
What happens if all the woman in your family have small breasts does that mean, low estrogen levels run in the family?
I don't have areolas. (Yes I know what it is) I have relatively small breasts 32B and I weigh 125 pounds. I've been the same size since I was 13.
Not a disease: There are many variations on the size of the breast, nipples and areolae. Not having areolae is not a disease and would not affect any physiological function of the breast. I would recommend letting it be. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
I've always had small breasts but now after weaning my son, they've become almost non existent! Is this a permanent change? I'm embarrassed almost.
Post breast feeding: Unfortunately, in your circumstance, the post breast feeding involution has taken up most of the fat in the breast and left minimal glandular tissue. This may be a permanent change unless another pregnancy is in the offing with partial breast fat restoration. At age 37, the pre teen "tissues in the bra" trick is passe', but a good plastic surgeon can help immensely. ...Read more
Your question is ???: Your statement followed by a question mark is not a real question.If you have a concern, please start over.The site is not a chat room and your submissions are not linked. Give basic information and ask a specific question so an answer can be formulated. ...Read more
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Not much else.: Sagging is partly determined by inherited traits like skin elasticity & breast density, which affects the ratio of lightweight fat to heavier mammary glands. Some of the sagging is due to the aging of the glandular tissues that produce breast firmness. Biggest factors affecting ptosis are cigarette smoking, a woman's body mass index, number of pregnancies, breast cup size before pregnancy & age. ...Read more