How To Treat Hypoplasia In The Breast?
One of the characteristics of hypoplasty is that one of the breasts is enlarged right? How do I deal with it again so that the same big breasts? Thanks
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Maybe what you mean is hypoplasia. Hypoplasia is a term used for underdeveloped tissue. Unspecified hypoplasia can only occur in the breast. Hypoplasia that occurs in the breast means that the glands in the breast are not formed as much as they should, so that the amount of milk released is less. This condition is a condition that is very rare. Indeed, one of its characteristics is that one breast looks bigger than the other. This is seen after giving birth. When pregnant, breast size will be enlarged because the milk glands in the breast will be filled with milk, so when giving birth, the breast is ready to give milk to the baby being born. In breast hypoplasia, because the glands in it are lacking, fewer glands are filled with milk, so the size is smaller and the milk produced is less. As I stated earlier, hypoplasia in the breast is very rare. If breastfeeding mothers say they are lacking milk, it is necessary to evaluate other causes first. The most common cause is a problem in positioning and attachment while breastfeeding. In women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding, the breasts are dominated by fat tissue, so differences in the number of glands in them may not be seen. Slightly different breast sizes are still normal and do not need to be specifically addressed. In general, all parts of our body are not too symmetrical and there is nothing wrong with this.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.