Handling For Large Breasts, But Not Accompanied By A Lump?
How are you Doctor, I want to ask about breasts.
Thank you for the question.
Difference in breast size is something that is very common in women. This can be caused by trauma, puberty, and hormonal changes. In the menstrual cycle, especially when ovulating, breast tissue can undergo changes, such as feeling fuller and feeling more sensitive due to increased blood circulation in the breast area when ovulating, and this does not have to be experienced equally by both breasts. Not only when ovulating, just before menstruation, this can also occur.
The difference in size in the two breasts is generally normal, but with the same density and structure. To find out whether the density and structure are the same between the two breasts, it is necessary to examine the breasts to detect any lumps in the breast. This can be done alone, or with a doctor. But to be more certain, doctors can conduct investigations such as mammograms to see whether there are abnormalities in density or structure in the two breasts with different shapes. For that, you can consult an obstetrician. Don't forget to tell your doctor if you have certain symptoms during menstruation, and whether there is a family history of tumors or cancer.
Hormonal changes that can affect breast shape can also be influenced by lifestyle. Therefore, you can improve your lifestyle by eating healthy and nutritious foods, drinking 2-3L of water per day, exercising regularly, and avoiding cigarettes and alcoholic drinks.
Hopefully this information can help.