In a study, half of women reduced their overall breast pain after adding 6 mg supplements of iodine, which also boosts thyroid function, to their diets. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. After breast-feeding and as we age, ligaments stretch, connective tissues break down, and skin loses elasticity, causing breasts to form more of a teardrop shape aka droop. Especially when the discharge is happening on both sides, it's likely to be a hormonal issue. Since having dense breasts can also mean a slightly elevated risk of cancer, at least 22 states have passed a law requiring physicians to let you know if you have them, according to the organization Are You Dense Advocacy. Inverted nipples are perfectly normal if they've always been that way. And milky discharge can persist for up to 2 years after you stop breast-feeding. Throughout your menstrual cycle , your breasts may feel lumpy and bumpy, as hormonal changes cause benign cysts to fill with fluid. Here are 7 surprising things your first period says about you.
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