Saturday, November 12, 2011

Small Breasts Sensitive to Touch | Healthy Live Tips

Many women crave, desire to have large breasts because they are more sexy. Yet according to the study, a small women's breasts are even more sensitive to touch, making it more able to give sexual pleasure.

In a study conducted at the University of Vienna in Austria found that 24 percent of the breast is less sensitive than small-sized breasts.

"It's because of the small breasts of the nerve that transmits the sensation of the nipple is more stretched," said Alan Matarasso, MD, a plastic surgeon in New York City, as reported by Menshealth, Thursday (10/11/2011).

In addition, large breasts have more glandular tissue than fat tissue, which is the most sensitive part of the breast.

"With small breasts, glands much easier to be stimulated during foreplay for not being far below the layer of fat," explains sexologist Rachael Ross, MD, PhD.

Not only is more sensitive, small-breasted women also tend to be healthier. This is because small breasts make it easier for women to detect breast cancer early symptoms, so that if cancer is found early can be treated.

"In the Realize (breast self-examination, for the detection of breast cancer), it is easier to detect breast lump in the back when its small size, because the layer through which a little more," said Dr. Marisa Weiss, oncologist and founder of

Dr. Weiss also said that small breasted women have better posture because the pressure at the front of the body is not too large.

"Breasts are bigger and heavier certainly puts pressure on the body. This changed the posture of a woman so that her neck tense and are more likely to experience headaches," says Dr. Weiss.

Very complex structure of female breasts. In addition consists of fat and connective tissue, breast milk also contains channels, blood vessels, lymph nodes and the structure known as the lobes and lobules.

Each breast has 12 to 20 parts of lobules (milk-producing glands at the end of the lobe) and duct (milk ducts). Toward the nipple, each duct widens to form a sac (ampulla).

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