Our expert says:
Some women have more lumpy breasts than others so for some it is more difficult to detect a lump. However if you know you breasts you will soon enough realize that there is a "new" lump or one that is getting bigger or harder. Having a mammo and a sonar every 2 years is more than enough. One would only do a MR on a lump that is not clearly visible with sonar /mammo or easily accessible for a needle biopsy. MRI is too expensive to use as a screening tool.
Breasts droop due to stretching of the supporting ligaments and I don't think that anything except surgery will really help. The Non surgical techniques use injection of collagen and/or laser and eventually only postpones surgical breast lift procedures. I am not convinced that creams etc really help longterm.
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