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Breast Health at Menopause

By February 1, 2012 - 10:06am
Sponsored By Vibrance Associates

Written by Editors, Red Hot Mamas


Do you need to be concerned with your breast health during menopause? Absolutely! The breast is responsive to a complex interplay of hormones. From adolescence through menopause, as hormones change, so does breast tissue. As estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate, it's not unusual for breasts to become sore or lumpy, and they sometimes form cysts. The tissue also changes because of the decreases in ovarian hormones, and breasts may shrink ...


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