3 Facts You Should Know About A Woman's Breast
It was discovered in a study conducted by the University of Nebraska that many males like spending more time ogling a woman's breasts than they do other regions of her body, particularly her legs. It is regrettable, however, that not all men are well-versed in the subject of their female partner's breasts. Are you interested in learning more about a woman's breasts? Here are three facts that you should be aware of.
1. The size may vary from time to time.
The size of a woman's breasts can fluctuate from time to time, especially while she is on menstrual cycle. The hormones progesterone and prolactin often increase in a woman's body two weeks before her monthly period begins. These hormones cause her body to become more water-retentive, resulting in the expansion of the milk glands and the expansion of the breast tissues. Keep in mind that when she gets closer to her period, the pain may get more intense and the level of excitement may diminish.
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2. Breast stimulation can help a woman perform at her best during intimate encounters.
This may appear to be too wonderful to be true, yet it is in fact true. The results of a traditional study, which included 213 women, revealed that 29 percent of the women said they hit their peak during intimacy as a result of breast stimulation. Although 29 percent may not seem like much, it is plenty to demonstrate that this is in fact the case.
3. One may be significantly larger than the other.
During puberty, the response of women's breasts to estrogen differs from that of men. One of the breasts may appear significantly larger than the other, with the left breast being the majority of the time the larger of the two. According to a Turkish study, the left side of a woman's body has a higher level of immunological hypersensitivity, which has an impact on the female hormones that control the shape and size of her breasts.
There is nothing to be concerned about if your breasts are not of comparable size. However, if one breast suddenly becomes significantly larger than the other, this could be cause for concern. These symptoms could indicate cysts, an infection, or breast cancer in some cases (especially if it becomes lumpy and more tender).
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