Women decide to go under a knife and have their breasts enhanced for various reasons. But regardless of the reason why women opt for breast enhancement procedures, it can be noted that their main objective in doing so tends to be similar, and that is to improve the appearance of their breasts and boost their self-esteem. If you are one of these women who are keen on getting their chests back in shape, below are some of the things that you need to know about your breasts before having them enhanced.
What Are Your Breasts Made Of?
Your breasts are generally made up of fats, as well as tissues, nerves, and veins. Your breast changes throughout your childhood, teenage years, and adulthood. Girls typically have immature breast tissue, which tends to grow as soon as they enter puberty. This can be attributed to the fact that during this phase, the ovaries and the pituitary gland produce hormones that support their growth. The immature tissue then develops into a mature system that is composed of lobules and ducts.
It is because of this anatomy that the appearance of your breasts changes when you:
As you age, your breasts may lose its firmness and fullness which can be because of the differences in your reproductive hormone levels. More often than not, this change is obvious to women who have already reached menopause. Some opt to have their breasts enhanced through a breast lift procedure which can inhibit sagging and restore the breasts’ initial fullness. This enhancement procedure is preferred since breast augmentation doesn’t address sagging breasts.
Bear a child
There are various changes to your breasts as soon as you become pregnant and this continues when you give birth and nurse your baby. Pregnancy causes your breast tissue to become active and generate milk. Initially, it may start leaking a yellowish thick substance, which is known as colostrum. When you are nursing, your breasts may vary in size, depending on your feeding schedule, as well as your capacity to produce milk. However, you may find that your breasts no longer have the fullness and the firmness it once had before you got pregnant. In this case, you can consider breast enhancement procedures as you deem fit.
Some women may aim to lose weight to become more aesthetically pleasing. However, the appearance of their breasts may also be drastically affected following a significant weight loss. This is because the breasts are generally made up of fat that can be lost too as you shed off some pounds.
It is a good idea to explore the anatomy of your breasts. In doing so, you will have a better idea of the reasons why its appearance tends to change as you age or when you bear a child or even when you lose weight. Just keep in mind that before you make any decisions about what you want to do with your body, you should seek the advice of a medical professional who will be able to guide you through the process and enlighten you with the risks involved.