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What Are The Factors Affecting The Breast?

Breast is the only external human organ whose shape and size changes so frequently. Even during the women's monthly menstrual cycle, there are obvious changes in breast mass and texture. This is an ongoing process. The breasts change their shape through the cycle and then return to almost the same way as the cycle ends. For most women, the change is undeniable, but some women can clearly see the change as their month's progress.

Menstrual period is one of the factors affecting the size and shape of a woman's breasts. There are more such periods in women's lives. Changes are seen in the breasts when a woman loses her virginity, when a woman becomes pregnant, all through pregnancy, during lactation, when lactation stops, during menopause and finally when she reaches adulthood. As the woman grows, the breasts also grow with the woman. If we were to describe the growth of women with breast growth, there would be clear similarities to be seen.

The first change in the breast is seen when the girl reaches her puberty, which can be any time after eight years. This is actually when the girl got breast, because they had only a pair of nipples on her chest until then. With puberty, hormones like estrogen stimulate breast growth. The breasts are becoming round in shape, the nipple becoming more prominent and the isolas widening and darkening.

Breasts continue to develop throughout puberty. They never settled in one last form until the woman became pregnant for the first time. This is when puberty changes and pregnancy-induced changes begin. During pregnancy, the breasts tend to be larger and rounder. Hormones need to trigger the breast to get ready for the next breastfeeding. Therefore, in preparation, the breasts begin to reach their maximum size. Just a few days before giving birth, isolates can become wrinkled and milk can start to come out of them. Lactation gives the breast the most functional shape. Breasts are linked so that the nipple can be easily accessible to the baby. There is also an increase in the length of the nipple as the baby continues to suck on them.

But it's interesting to know that no two women will have the same change during their pregnancy. In some breasts it can even be damaged as a result of the child's continued pull on the breast below. During lactation women tend not to wear bras due to the inconvenience caused by breastfeeding. Because of this, the breast can be paralyzed more.

Also, in women, the breasts will not look the same during all their pregnancies. The changes are more noticeable during the first pregnancy, as this is when the hormone needs to trigger the breast to prepare for the next change. Such hormone triggers are not necessary during a consecutive pregnancy.

After the baby is weaned, the breasts remain more or less fixed in size and shape (except for menstrual changes) until the woman reaches menopause. Menopause is when the menstrual period ends, which generally occurs after the age of forty. After menopause, the breast loses all its function. The breast can become wrinkled, swollen or sluggish after menopause. The skin on it can lose its texture. This is the time when the breasts move towards their old age.

All of the factors discussed above are the nature of hormones. This is a normal change for all women, and it is happening as they age. It should be noted, however, that there are several external factors that may also play an important role in the shape of the breast

The bra worn by women is probably the most important factor. Bras is responsible for holding the breast most of the time, and thus the last form of the flexible but subtle organs is likely to be the way the bra is determined. Bras should not be too tight or too loose. This can destroy the shape of the breast. Tight corsets and bras can slow down the circulation of the breast and damage its texture.

Women taking hormone pills and contraceptives are prone to changes in their breast size. Contraceptive pills can lead to temporary increases in breast size.

Exercise is another way to change your breast shape for the better. Exercise of the chest and upper body improves the quality of the muscles below the breast. This ultimately helps make the breasts stronger. In the same way, the amount of massages carried on the breasts - either by themselves or by their sexual partners - can help improve breast circulation and improve their shape.

Many breast shapes are hereditarily defined. A girl tends to develop the kind of breast that her mother has. But with regular massages and exercises, the shape of the breast can be improved.


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