Preg­nancy breast changes

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Expert Advice -

Milk-pro­duc­ing tis­sue de­vel­ops in the breasts dur­ing preg­nancy. This of­ten al­ters the size or shape of your breasts. Or­di­nar­ily, fat gives your breasts shape and con­trib­utes to its size. If the fat in your breasts is re­placed by glan­du­lar tis­sue, you’ll feel that they’re heav­ier but not much big­ger. If the glan­du­lar tis­sue de­vel­ops and the fatty tis­sue re­mains, you’re likely to no­tice an in­crease in the size of your breasts.

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