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Breast development occurs in distinct stages throughout a woman's life, first before birth, and again at puberty and during the childbearing years. Changes also occur to the breasts during menstruation and when a woman reaches menopause.
Listed in the directory below you will find some additional information regarding breast health, for which we have provided a brief overview.
Anatomy of the Breasts
Normal Breast Development
Three-Step Plan for Preventive Care
How to Perform a Breast Self-Examination
Frequently Asked Questions: Mammograms
Common Breast Conditions
Mastalgia (Breast Pain)
Common Breast Lumps
Fibrocystic Breast Changes
Nipple Problems and Discharge
Breast Infections and Inflammations
Diagnosing Benign Breast Conditions
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