I was a 34B when I became pregnant about 4 years ago. Naturally my breasts grew with the pregnancy, 2 days after giving birth I woke up with a whole new size of breast which slowly went down as my milk production reduced. I soon went back to my original size of 34 B from 36 C.
I am on Mirena and have been for 3 years. the past 2 years my breasts will get sore, tender and appear more full and boom, a brand new size. They have gone through this about 7 times and I am now back to the 36C.
I do have a small fat mass in the r. breast but the mass has not grown. I am remaining steady and occasionally loosing a pound or 2 here and there.
I an NOT pregnant.
What is going on?
When do breasts stop growing?
Could it be due to my birth control? (I will soon be removing this due to having 5 - 7 periods in one month)
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