6 Things you didn’t know were true about big breasts

6 Things you didn’t know were true about big breasts

 

Introduction

Big breasts are a dream many men and women have, but from a different perspective. Men admire women with overly large breasts and curves in all the right places as this is the definition of femininity and sex appeal. Numerous studies have shown over the years that on a subconscious level, men associate large breasts and hips with increased fertility and are naturally drawn to them. 

While breast augmentation surgery is among the most performed plastic surgery procedures in the world, there are also women who want to resort to the exact opposite procedure, which is breast reduction. While this might seem like a joke for some people, there are plenty of discomforts associated with having overly large breasts that women confronted with this issue struggle with on a daily basis. In this article we will discuss six things you didn’t know were true about big breasts.

 

  1.   Bigger breasts don’t necessarily mean increased sensitivity

Nowadays, we read about different types of orgasms that women can experience, and the one achieved exclusively through breast stimulation is gaining more and more popularity. But if you are tempted to believe that the bigger the breasts, the easier it would be to reach the big O, you are sadly mistaken. 

Technically speaking, there is no connection between the size of the breasts and the sensitivity of the breasts. So, women with bigger breasts are not more sensitive when it comes to the level of excitability reached when the breasts are touched or caressed. Moreover, there are jokes among women with overly large breasts about things getting lost forever in their cleavage such as coins, breadcrumbs, and even small toys. While the cleavage of a woman with overly large breasts is definitely not a Bermuda Triangle, in some cases, it might feel like it! Women with an excessive volume of the breasts might be confronted with different health conditions that might make it less enjoyable for them to have such big breasts. 

 

  1.   The breasts can gain weight

When the breasts are no bigger than an A or B bra cup size, it can be difficult to see changes when the woman gains a few pounds. However, when the breasts are over a D cup, it can be visible when their owner has gained a bit of weight. 

The breasts are made out of a skin envelope, a layer of fat, and glandular tissue where the milk ducts are. When the patient has overly large breasts, their volume mostly consists of glandular tissue in excess. The condition is called breast hypertrophy and can occur at any age and due to multiple factors. Breast hypertrophy can occur as soon as the patient is 14 years old due to the hormonal changes or as a result of a genetic predisposition towards overly large breasts. At the same time, women who have given birth might notice that the volume that the breasts gained during pregnancy and breastfeeding is not all lost after breastfeeding. 

The excessive development of the mammary gland can lead to an impossibility or difficulties for women to perform physically demanding activities. It is rather often for young girls with breast hypertrophy to avoid sports in school as their breasts get painful during exercising or just because they don’t want to be exposed to the public when their breasts jump all over the place. 

With a lack of physical exercise, women with overly large breasts can start gaining weight, the weight that will also be accumulating in the breasts and the surrounding areas such as the axilla and the back. This is also the reason why some plastic surgeons might decide to combine breast reduction surgery with liposuction to achieve a better definition in the area and a superior aesthetic result after the procedure.  

 

  1.   One breast is larger than the other

Often the left breast is bigger than the right one. The breasts are never identical, even if they might look so when their size is small. The differences can be difficult to detect when the volume is small, but after a D cup, it can be easier to see breast asymmetries. Patients might also be confronted with asymmetries of the nipple and areola complex that can have different positions on the breasts. Also, the breasts can be affected at different degrees of breast ptosis, but this is more often in the case of patients who breastfed preponderantly from one breast. 

 

  1.   The first thing people notice about you is your breasts

Many women with overly large breasts are complaining about the fact that the first thing people notice about them is their breasts. This is not news, and multiple studies have shown that men are drawn to a woman’s breasts. This is one of the reasons why breast enhancement procedures are so in demand nowadays, and women invest money, time and effort to get the breasts of their dreams. There is even one funny study showing that men who stare at a woman’s breasts for a few minutes every day has the chance of increasing life expectancy by approximately five years. 

However, this is rarely desirable for women with naturally large breasts. In many cases, they are discreet people who want to be noticed for other things and not their bra size. Moreover, some of our patients undergoing breast reduction surgery talk about how uncomfortable they get to always be asked by strangers if their breasts are real, what is their bra size, and so on.

Also, for women who want to be a success in their careers unrelated to the entertainment industry, it can become a struggle not to be noticed and identified as the woman with the boobs instead of valued for her professional successes. 

 

  1.   It can be very difficult to sleep when having overly large breasts

From a physical point of view, having overly large breasts is associated with several discomforts. Aside from a limited flexibility and mobility, we are also talking about difficulties sleeping on the back. When a woman with overly large breasts tries to rest on her back, the volume of the breasts puts a lot of pressure on the lungs and the heart, and the patient can even have difficulties in breathing. Depending on the volume of the breasts, sleeping on the back can be very similar to sleeping with a burden on the chest, which overly large breasts literally are. 

Because of the discomforts when resting, women with large breasts can choose to even sleep with a bra on to avoid their breasts from spilling all over. Breast ptosis commonly accompanies breast hypertrophy, so in many cases, we are talking about not only large breasts but also breasts that are sagging low on the chest wall and with a deflated appearance. 

 

  1.   Big breasts can cause an abnormal body posture

When the overdevelopment of the breasts occurs in the early stages of the patient’s development such as the teenage years, it is quite common for girls to develop an abnormal body posture. There are many causes for this. First, we are talking about their tendency to hide the size of the breasts, and this is done by pulling the shoulders to the front and down and getting a curved aspect of the spine. The second reason why this happens is that the breasts put immense pressure on the spine that can trigger permanent deformations. Even when breast hypertrophy occurs later on in the patient’s life, the abnormal position that develops over time can be very difficult, if not impossible to correct. The recommendation is to get help and a breast reduction surgery before things get critical and the damage is permanent. 

 

Conclusion

As you can see, big breasts are not always a blessing. In some cases, women confronted with breast hypertrophy resort to breast reduction surgery to get breasts that are smaller and more proportionate to the rest of their bodies. Most people don’t know that it can be rather difficult to sleep when the volume of the breasts is excessive. Also, big breasts can lead to an abnormal body posture due to the pressure they put on the spine. Women with overly large breasts can also tell you that it can be rather uncomfortable when the first thing people notice about you is the breasts. 

Breast reduction surgery is performed to help these women get relief from the daily discomforts and to achieve breasts that are more harmonious. 

 

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