Breast Condition During Menstruation?
what if the breasts do not hurt before menstruation? Explanation please
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Before menstruation, the tissue in the breast will undergo various changes because it is influenced by hormonal changes. In some women, breast tissue is more sensitive to the effects of the hormones estrogen and progesterone so that before their menstrual period the woman may experience swelling of the breasts, or the appearance of lumps in the breasts, to the point of pain in the breasts. Breast lumps and pain that occur following the menstrual cycle or called cyclic pain are normal, harmless, and do not require special therapy.
However, women whose breasts do not change or become painful before the menstrual cycle does not indicate that there is something abnormal in the woman. Hormonal effects on a woman's body can indeed vary and cannot be equated. For example, there are women who experience severe abdominal pain during menstruation, but there are also those who do not, there are women who experience PMS before menstruation, but some do not. Therefore, if your breasts do not hurt before menstruation, there is nothing to worry about because this is normal.
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