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3 Facts You Should Know About A Woman's Breast

According to a study conducted by the University of Nebraska, many males prefer to gaze at a woman's breasts rather than other regions of her body. Unfortunately, not all men are as knowledgeable about their women's breasts as they should be. Are you interested in learning more about a woman's breasts? Here are three facts that you should be aware of.

1. They may vary in size from time to time.

The size of a woman's breasts can fluctuate from time to time, especially while she is on her period. The hormones progesterone and prolactin normally spike two weeks before a woman's monthly flow arrives. These hormones cause her body to retain more water, leading her milk glands and breast tissues to grow larger. However, you should be aware that as she approaches her period, the pain may increase and her arousal may decrease.

2. During intimacy, breast stimulation can help a woman reach her peak.

This may appear to be too wonderful to be true, but it is. In a traditional survey of 213 women, 29 percent of the ladies stated that breast stimulation helped them reach their peak during intercourse. Although 29 percent may not seem like much, it is plenty to demonstrate that this is correct.

3. It's possible that one is larger than the other.

During puberty, the breasts of women respond to estrogen in diverse ways. One breast may appear significantly larger than the other, with the left breast being the most prominent. According to a Turkish study, a woman's left side of the body has a stronger immunological hypersensitivity, which has an effect on female hormones that regulate breast shape and size.

There's no need to be concerned if your breasts aren't the same size. However, if one breast is noticeably larger than the other, this could be cause for concern. This could indicate cysts, an infection, or breast cancer (especially of it becomes lumpy and more tender).


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