Why Do Your Breasts Get Bigger After Hysterectomy?


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The only explanation that is in place as you why breasts can get bigger after a hysterectomy is due to the fact that the hormones are going to be all over the place and there is going to be an imbalance of them which is going to confuse the body completely. You will not only find that the breasts are going to grow after a hysterectomy, but that they are also going to be very tender, and this is going to be due to the fact that the tissue is going to be swelling and if therefore going to be much more sore than normal.

You will find that this is going to happen throughout your recovery process as your body is going to have to come to terms with what has happened. There are many different ways to ensure that you are not going to have to deal with the discomfort that comes with having the tender breasts and one of these is gentle exercise.

You have to keep your body moving to ensure that you are going to recover and this is going to be the best way for you to achieve the results that you want. You breasts may stay bigger than they used to be but you will find that the tenderness is going to fade after you have had your hysterectomy and have recovered over some period of time. You are going to have to be patient and wait for all of the different hormones to get back to their natural balance so you are no longer going to be in any pain and you get back to your normal life and routine that you would have had before the operation took place.

If you are going to continue to experience problems, it is advised that you see your doctor as you may need to chance or come off any medication that you may be taking.

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