OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS I HAVE NOTICED THAT THE VEINS ON MY BREASTS ARE GETTING LARGER, THEY DON'T STICK OUT OR ANYTHING (THE VEINS I MEAN) THEY ARE JUST THERE AND I LOOK LIKE A JIGSAW PUZZLE OF BREASTS. ANYBODY EVER HAVE ANYTHING LIKE THIS? OR HAS ANYONE EVER HEARD OF SUCH A THING? ANY COMMENTS WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
THANK YOU. I FEEL RELIEVED TO KNOW THAT. I WAS NOT AWARE, SINCE I DON'T EVER SEE ANY OTHER BREASTS BUT MY OWN AND THEN THERE'S THE ONES ON TV. HAHA AND HALF OF THEM AREN'T EVEN REAL OR NATURAL. HAHA (JUST FOR LAUGHS)
I have wondered the same thing becasue i have had the same thing with the dark blue veins bein very prominent on just my left breast and going all the way up to my shoulder blade. I have had a complete hysterectomy so it's not related to any menstruation issues.
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