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What cna I do for lumpy breasts which I have always had?
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Dr. Barry Rosen
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In brief: Patience
Most women's breasts are "lumpy-bumpy", especially after (multiple) pregnancies +/- breastfeeding.
This is because most of the breast consists of fat; the islands of milk-producing tissue tend to consolidate and change in response to hormonal changes. This should be no cause for concern and this should improve after menopause. However, don't become complacent-any new lump warrants evaluation.

In brief: Patience
Most women's breasts are "lumpy-bumpy", especially after (multiple) pregnancies +/- breastfeeding.
This is because most of the breast consists of fat; the islands of milk-producing tissue tend to consolidate and change in response to hormonal changes. This should be no cause for concern and this should improve after menopause. However, don't become complacent-any new lump warrants evaluation.
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