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What Does A Normal Breast Feel Like
What does normal breast tissue feel like? Or breast cyst? I don't know if im feeling a lump or just normal. Its movable, feels connected to tissue.
See answer: Tough to answer over the computer. Fibro-cystic breast disease is very common in young breasts, and is probably what you are feeling. The best advice for you is to a dr. And get a breast exam, and have the dr. Explain what is normal specifically to your breasts, and then when you perform an exam on yourself at least monthly, and notice any changes, you can alert the dr. Best wishes. ...Read more
Black&White&Gray: Normal breast tissue will look gray on ultrasound; near the nipple, it is common to see ducts which can have a honeycomb pattern. Most importantly, cancers look very different from normal breast tissue. To the untrained eye, ultrasounds are like a rorschach test--you can see what you want to see in them. ...Read more
Does a normal breast have lumps? A large lump at center of breast, when cupped, is mammary gland tissue or tumor?
See below: A normal breast should not have any clear lump or mass, provided you feel for it by using the flat part of your hand/fingers. Some women have 'lumpy'' breast, often due to fibrocyctic changes which are fairly common in otherwise healthy breasts. If you can feel any lumps in your breast, you must seek a medical examination by a health care professional who can do clinical breast examination for you. ...Read more
Not really: Unless you are pregnant and have breast milk, causing your breast to be wet, you are active and sweat-with a bra that may keep moisture in, it is not normal to feel as if your breast is wet. ...Read more
Hormonal?: Sounds like either premenstrual or early pregnancy symptoms. Why not take a pregnancy test if that is a risk. If the symptoms don't go away and you are not pregnant call your doctor. ...Read more
Normal: It's not uncommon for one breast to be larger than the other. It doesn't mean that something is wrong. Best wishes! ...Read more
I am 30 and have very large breasts, is it normal to feel a lot of lumps in it?, I do self exams and no changes just it feels like peas in both
Tough to say: At 30, you should be seeing a gynecologist regularly, which would include a breast exam. Fibrocystic beast tissue is common in normal healthy young breasts, but it is recommended for you to see the gyn as stated to get a professional examination and opinion, and if necessary a diagnostic mammogram to assure all is well. Best wishes. ...Read more
I get to school at around 8am while it's still really cold, and my chest hurts like no tomorrow, in the middle just under my breasts. Is this normal?
What????: You live in florida and you're writing in mid august and you're "really cold"? Something is seriously wrong here and it's not just your chest. I think you need a full checkup! ...Read more
Yes: A burst of your hormones pass to your baby shortly before delivery, one of the finishing touches in preparing her lungs to breathe air when she is born. These hormones include estrogen and androgens, and can have several transient side effects. Real, mature breast tissue forms, creating firm lumps under the nipples. Some babies even leak some real milk from their breasts. ...Read more
I find myself eating like crazy so that my weight increases which in turn increases my breast size. Is that normal?
My breasts feel like they are going to explode. I had 400cc silcone implants this morning. Is this a normal feeling? Can't sit up or stand.
May be normal : If the swelling is symmetric, it is likely a normal, response to surgery. Continue to do arm exercises as shown and take medication as prescribed. On rare occasions, the swelling may be due to bleeding but this tends to be on one side only. It is not a life threatening situation. However, mid not tolerable, you should contact your surgeon. ...Read more
I may be pregnant but want to wait to test. I noticed a brown spot between my breasts, feels like normal skin, perfect circle. What could it be?
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
I'm a 16-year-old female and I'm wondering if it's normal to have hair on your breasts? About 1/2 inch thread like hairs that increase around areole
Yes: People get hairs on and near their nipples. People are also free to yank the hairs out, if bothered by the hairs. They usually grow back again, and have to be plucked again. If a girl or woman thinks she is getting too much body hair, compared to her friends and classmates, she can see her primary care doctor to make sure all is well. ...Read more
Hi I was getting kinda curious about my breast because I felt them and it's feels like there is like a ball or something in it is this normal or no?
Variable: It depends on the stage of development. Search tanner staging for females. ...Read more
Breast skin: If this is in the inner portion of both breasts, or on the under surface where the breast rests against the chest wall, they may be pores clogged with sebaceous material (like a "blackhead"). See your gyn provider if concerned. ...Read more
11 weeks preg. Is it normal for breasts to feel full one day, and smaller and less sensitive the next? Feels like my breasts got smaller overnight!
Breast pain: Hormonal changes during the end of the first trimester are normal. Make sure your doctor examined you on your first prenatal visit to determine there are no abnormalities or abnormal findings in your breast. ...Read more
Pain is normal: It is normal to have pain after surgery as long as you are having a normal amount of pain. My patients are generally off of narcotic pain medications within 24-48 hours after their surgery but that can vary depending upon several factors including size of their implants, their tissue laxity, and the degree of dissection that was necessary. Excessive pain is not normal and should be evaluated. ...Read more
Breast: Breast size has nothing to do with age — it's all about your genes and your development. There are many with small breasts that are quite fine and vice versa. ...Read more
Don't worry: There are so many reasons for breast tenderness it's usually impossible to explain. There's also usually nothing to worry about. If it becomes a pattern you should ask your doctor to check it out. ...Read more
Very much so: While human beings look symmetric from afar, when you take a close look at people you'll realize how asymmetric they really are: whether it be breast size/shape or foot size/shape! ...Read more
Some variation in : Size is normal. We are not truly symmetric. Marked size differences warrant medical assessment. ...Read more
Breasts: Yes, breast size and firmness can be different with no abnormality being present ...Read more
Yes: Not just because the milk makes them balloon, but also because working milk glands are bigger just as working muscles get bigger. ...Read more
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