The Danger Of Using A Bra That Is Too Tight?
Hello, I want to ask. Do you use bras that are too tight or saggy and breasts that sometimes like to squeeze. Can you change breast shape?
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Changes in breast shape in a woman can occur in natural or normal conditions and can also be caused by abnormal conditions. Some normal breast changes can be
Changes in breast shape in women can run normally due to natural processes, such as the occurrence of whitish lines on the skin, the distance between the breasts widens, the size of the right and left breast are different, the color changes in the areola. While breast changes that are unnatural or at risk can be in the form of pain in the breast that recurs outside the menstrual period, the presence of hard or soft lumps, reddish-looking breasts, breast nipples drawn into the breasts, or swelling.
In general, changes in the shape of a woman's breasts are influenced by female hormonal factors, age, and a history of previous operations.
Concurrent with your question, it is necessary to do a direct examination by your family doctor or your surgeon to determine what breast changes you are referring to. Without information about complaints of breast changes that you complain about and without examination by a doctor, it is not certain that the change in breast shape that you feel is a natural condition or not.
While the use of a bra that is too tight, in general can disrupt blood flow and lymph gland flow so you can replace it with a comfortable bra size. If you use a bra that is too loose, then this will affect your comfort and your appearance. Regarding squeezing the breast, it does not affect the shape of the breast, however, what you need to pay attention to is paying more attention to the risks of sexual activity outside of marriage, so refraining from sexual activity before marriage is expected to maintain reproductive health better.
Thus, if you feel complaints of breast shape changes that are uncomfortable and make you more anxious, you should be able to consult directly with your doctor for further examination.
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