Breasts Are Not The Same Size After Surgery For A Benign Tumor?
Good evening, I want to ask. I had 2x benign tumor operations on the right and left breasts for the first time in 2010, and the second operation was only on the left in 2014. So my question is why after 2x surgery my left breast is getting smaller. Even now the magnitude is not the same as the right one. Thank you
Women's breasts in general have different sizes and vary, so that from one individual to another is also different, even between the right and left breasts.
Whenever taking a benign tumor is taken, it will generally not affect the overall breast size. Because this taking action is local and does not damage all of your breast tissue. After the surgery, the wound tissue will also recover.
Therefore, in general the difference in your breast size between the right and the left may still be within reasonable limits. And the operation you did did not cause the breast size to decrease.
Some of the conditions below can cause changes in your breast size, such as:
1. Female hormonal changes
2. reduced fat tissue
3. excessive exercise
5. use of homonal drugs
We recommend that you consult with your obstetrician for examination and evaluation of breast conditions and female hormones, especially if in the next 6 months, your breast size has decreased significantly again. With this examination, it is hoped that the cause of a significant reduction in breast size can be identified.
Thus, treatment and counseling can be carried out in the appropriate field of medical science. That's the information we can convey, read also changes in breast size.