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More Breast Health Info:
What are Breasts Made Of?
The breast is made up of three main parts: glands that produce milk; ducts, or passages, that carry milk to the nipple; and connective tissue (which consists of fibrous and fatty tissue) that connects and holds everything together.
What is a Normal Breast?
There is no such thing as a typical breast. What is normal for one woman may not be for another. Most women say that their breasts feel a little lumpy and uneven. Breasts may also be swollen and tender right before or during a menstrual period. In addition, breasts will look and feel different as you age.
What Can Affect Your Breasts?
Many things can affect how your breasts look or feel, including:
- Your age
- Your weight
- Having children
- Whether you still get periods
- Taking certain medications or hormones
Lumps & Breast Health
Most women have some lumpiness in their breasts and most breast lumps are caused by conditions other than cancer. The most common cause of lumpiness is "fibrocystic" disease, a noncancerous condition that affects more than half of all women.
Common signs of fibrocystic breasts include lumpiness, tenderness, and breast pain. Cysts are another common cause of lumps. They are fluid-filled sacs that can develop inside a breast.
If you have a question about any breast lump, talk to your health professional. He or she can help determine what is causing the lump, often with the help of diagnostic tests.
Examining Your Breasts
Talk to your doctor or other health professional about the benefits and limitations of performing regular breast self-examination.
Source Centers for Disease Control & Prevention