Whether you're experiencing premenstrual syndrome PMS , on your period, pregnant, a new mom, or breastfeeding, it seems like your body never really stops changing. Pretty much from the moment you hit puberty, the universe enjoys sending you curve balls in the form of painful cramps, random body hair, and sore breasts. You're definitely not alone if you've asked yourself, " why are my boobs hard? Thankfully, there is an ample amount of information to explain the various reasons why your breasts might feel the way that they do. Whether you're menstruating, breastfeeding, or dealing with something malignant in your breast, there are several reasons why your boobs might be hard, on varying degrees of severity.
Breasts change a lot over a woman's life. At some stage in their lives, many women have a change in their breast that is different to their usual hormonal changes. To be confident that your breast change is not cancer or another disease, your doctor will consider:. Breasts are made up of milk systems, fat, lymph nodes, veins and nerves. They do not have muscles, but there is some fibrous tissue. Some lumpiness, tissue that feels like a rope or a thick cord, or dense masses of tissue are usually natural and normal.
It can happen out of nowhere. There you are, standing in the checkout line at a grocery store, when all of a sudden your nipples become erect. Random nipple hardness is totally normal from time to time. The nerves in the nipple react to stimuli, both physical and psychological.
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