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Here are the 5 common breast myths you need to know now

Here are the 5 common breast myths you need to know now
Here are the 5 common breast myths you need to

Last Updated on July 13, 2021 by MyGh.Online

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You might have heard a few and believed them too. They could have come from your friends, family or even the internet but we are here to bust them for you, once and for all.

Here are 5 myths about boobs you need to stop believing, now!

That’s obviously not true. Over the course of a woman’s lifetime, she may wear 7-8 different bra sizes. There are a lot of changes that happen to a female body, over many years, that will change the volume, density and shape of her breasts.

Women who don’t wear bras are more likely to be thinner, thus decreasing their risk of developing most cancers. There was also a fad that stated the underwire in bras compresses lymph nodes, which increases the risk. Luckily, the American Cancer Society claims this is not true and there is no direct causal link between cancer and bras.

Lots of women have been told that if they breastfeed, their breasts will get saggy. The truth is that age will cause breasts to sag, breastfeeding itself doesn’t ‘make’ your breasts saggy, so if you’re worried about the cosmetic effects breastfeeding, at least that’s one thing you don’t have to worry too much about.

https://www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/beauty-health/here-are-the-5-common-breast-myths-you-need-to-know-now/09vd7xs

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