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Finding a lump in your breast is, no doubt about it, scary. Cold sweat scary. Call your mom scary. Night Shyamalan scary. It is also perfectly normal.
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With close-set breasts left , breast tissue begins farther from the armpit, and a larger band is needed so that the cup can better reach the breast tissue. Compare to the woman on the right's breasts, which begin closer to the armpit. As she is wearing a too-small cup and a too-large band, the cup doesn't fully enclose her breast tissue. Bra troubleshooting is how to easily solve common problems with incorrect bra fit. Remember that the cup and band are not independent; cup volume changes if you change only the band size.
There's basically no such thing as a breast lump that doesn't grab your attention. And that's a good thing: though experts estimate that 60 to 80 percent of breast lumps are benign especially in folks under 40 , it's good to get in the habit of paying attention to your breast health — including being aware of any changes to the shape, look, or texture of your breasts. Shubhada Dhage , MD, associate director of the NYU Winthrop Hospital Breast Health Program and director, Breast Surgical Services, tells Bustle that you should consult a doctor any time you feel something "new" or "different" in your breasts — a medical professional is the only one who can tell if a breast lump is something to be concerned about. However, this doesn't mean that every bump that appears in your breast is a sign of a serious health issue.