Generally, boobs can be described as big or small but they can also be asymmetric, bell-shaped or “east-west”. No two people have breasts that look exactly the same. The biological function of breasts works to keep babies fed but somewhere along the way, boobs have become so much more.
They have become more like the ultimate shape-shifters as different points in your life may result in you getting either bigger or smaller boobs. Your boobs are unique, and it’s perfectly okay that they have their own distinctive shape and size. What is NOT okay is unexplained pain and lumps. If you notice these, please go get checked at the hospital for breast cancer.
1. Weight-gain boobs
Gaining weight increases the fatty tissue within the breast and results in breasts enlargement. The added weight results in increased tension on the ligaments and connective tissues. In some people, the breasts struggle to bear the weight, they lose shape and begin to sag and droop.
2. Weight loss boobs
Losing body fat can reduce a person’s breast size. Post-weight-loss breasts can look less full and even have loose skin. But before you despair, recognize that your boobs are just evidence of your hard work and dedication, and they’ve been with you every step of the way.
3. Mastectomy boobs
Mastectomy is a breast cancer surgery that removes the entire breast. A mastectomy may be done when a woman cannot be treated with breast-conserving surgery (lumpectomy), which spares most of the breast and also if a woman chooses mastectomy over breast-conserving surgery for personal reasons.
4. PMS Boobs
Hormone changes during the menstrual cycle likely lead to breast swelling. More estrogen is made early in the cycle and it peaks just before mid-cycle. This causes the breast ducts to grow in size.
4. Pregnancy boobs
Boobs start getting bigger during pregnancy and they’ll continue to grow throughout the journey. It’s common to go up a cup size or two, especially if it’s your first baby. Your breasts may feel itchy as the skin stretches, and you may develop stretch marks on them.
5. Nursing boobs
Breasts increase two to three times in size during lactation. Not only are they filled — bursting — with liquid, but said liquid also randomly squirts out at the most inopportune times.
6. Bodybuilding boobs
Female bodybuilders and other competitive athletes may appear to have small breasts because they’re at such low levels of body fat. Their breast size isn’t due to the type of exercise they do, it’s because much of the fat in their breasts has shrunk.
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