Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Breast lumps

Breast tissue varies in consistency (firm or soft). Breasts are hormone sensitive and this is why breasts can become more tender or lumpy during different days of menstrual cycle. Female hormones affect breast tissue. Sometimes hormonal fluctuations can cause lumps to form and naturally disappear. Some women could have small soft lumps during premenstrual period which disappeared just after menstrual period. Women can develop breast lumps at any age and they could be easier identified in older women because breasts tend to get less dense while getting older. Sometimes breast lump could appear in newborns due to mother’s estrogen. During pre-puberty or puberty girls also can develop lumps in breasts due to “puberty hormonal storms”. In both cases lumps disappear during few months.
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