The female body is one of the most wonderful things of creation. Do you really understand your body? Is your breast normal or not sick? Check out the following questions
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- 1. Should both breasts be the same size?
- 2. Can nipples grow elsewhere in the body?
- 3. Is it normal for the fur to grow around the nipple area?
- 4. Can you reach an orgasm through your nipple?
- 5. How much does the chest weigh?
- 6. Breastfeeding sagging breasts?
- 7. Is fluid draining from the nipples normal?
- 8.Many women wear bra that do not fit?
- 9. Most women are satisfied with their breasts?
1. Should both breasts be the same size?
False: It’s not uncommon for two breasts to be equal. In one small study, 44% of women reported that one breast is smaller than the other. And that is just the mass. When you take into account nipple size and breast shape, 88% of women report differences on the top.
2. Can nipples grow elsewhere in the body?
That’s the truth: Some people have more than two nipples. About 1% of women have them, and twice as many men. But they are usually smaller than other nipples. They occur at birth, usually along the body’s breast milk path – somewhere between shoulder and leg. It’s rare, but they can form on other parts of the body, including the forehead and legs. This causes inconvenience for women and may require medical intervention.
3. Is it normal for the fur to grow around the nipple area?
Yes: It is normal to have some small hairs on the areola or the dark skin around your nipples. If it bothers you, cut it with small scissors. It is best not to pluck or shave, which can cause ingrown hairs and infections
4. Can you reach an orgasm through your nipple?
Right: Nipples are filled with nerves, and MRI tests show that caressing them works, a part of the brain that connects to your genitals. This means that for some women, getting to the second base is just as exciting as going to the secret place.
5. How much does the chest weigh?
The average breast weighs 5.3 to 7 ounces (1 ounce = 28.35 grams). A full meal for your baby can weigh up to 17 ounces. No wonder your back hurts during breastfeeding
6. Breastfeeding sagging breasts?
Breastfeeding is not a problem. The problem is about age. Age reduces stiffness and elasticity. Smoking, over one pregnancy and changing your weight can also make your “girls” more saggy.
7. Is fluid draining from the nipples normal?
False: This outbreak is normal only during discharge in the late pregnancy, after childbirth and if you are breastfeeding well. At any other time, it is not normal. A leak can signal a number of things, from thyroid problems and other hormone problems to cancer, so see your doctor for a checkup.
8.Many women wear bra that do not fit?
Right: Up to 85% of women wear unsuccessful bras. That’s not good, because the lack of proper support can lead to bad postures, neck and back pain, and even nerve problems in your arms and shoulders.
9. Most women are satisfied with their breasts?
False: Less than one-third of women ages 18 to 65 say they like the size and shape of their breasts. Some women want smaller breasts and go for breast reduction surgery. For others, bigger is better, and they turn to breast augmentation. Lacking plastic surgery, a better bra and a more decent body image could be a benefit to feeling better about your breasts.