Girls as young as fifteen are asking for and getting breast implants for their birthdays, graduations, and Christmases. To make matters worse it's their parents who are buying the implants for them.

I can understand a young woman who is very flat chested wanting to have some kind of breasts, but a child? Who's to say they won't grow more in the next couple of years?

There just seems to be something wrong with cosmetic surgery on one so young, unless there are special or extreme circumstances. If the teen feels that bad about themselves, maybe they would be better served if mom and dad would pay for some therapy or counseling, at least until the age of eighteen or so.

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Gynecomastia is a condition where men's breasts swell and can become tender. Nearly half of all men will experience this some time in their lives to varying degrees. It occurs because of an imbalance of estrogen and testosterone , when the estrogen levels go up so do the breast tissues.

This occurs mainly during puberty and middle to old age. Sometimes it's so mild as to not be noticeable which is a good thing for you guys. When it occurs in puberty it usually goes away itself within a few months. Medications can cause it and other medications and surgery can treat it if it becomes bothersome.

Remember also that men are not exempt from getting breast cancer. Breast cancer does not discriminate between sexes or sizes. Check for lumps on a regular basis to be safe and check with your doctor if you should find anything new or out of the ordinary.

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I have just read an article (written by a man), on whether breast size matters. His answer was yes it does to the single man. However he points out that men that are not single usually find a woman with not so large breasts and the mans attitude changes. He says that those men say the only thing that matters is if you love the woman or not. He then goes on to say that those same men when single again maintain that the larger the better, and compares the importance of size to a woman wanting men that are more endowed.

There is a certain amount of logic to what he writes, but I can't help but think of "Bob" from those TV commercials and it just gives me the creeps. So to all of you I ask, does size matter?

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This may be a bit off topic for this blog but I've just been noticing, and maybe I'm the last to know about this new fashion trend, that wedding guests, bridesmaids, and even the bride herself, are going bare legged.

Personally I agree that everyone has the right to dress the way they are the most comfortable, but at the same time a wedding usually is a very formal affair. I can't think of anything less formal than not wearing hose or nylons of some kind. I mean we're not talking about going to the beach or a picnic outdoors.

My husband thinks I'm being a prude, but these brides spend hundreds even thousands on the rest of the apparel and they won't put on nylons? What's next, no panties? Never mind, I don't even want to know.

I see hundreds of thousands of wedding photos at my job every year and I can tell you a leg with hose is far more attractive than a bare one. No one wants to see your nubs and razor bumps on one of the most important days in your life. Maybe I'm just getting old and set in my ways. Oh well, to each his own!

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The Mayo Clinic estimates that about 70% of all women have or will experience breast pain at some time in their lives.

Some breast pain is associated with a woman's cycle, or some obvious injury or trauma. Other types of breast pain can really originate in the muscle wall and just radiate to the breast.

If you have any breast pain that you feel is unexplained and is causing you concern, you should see your doctor. It could be nothing, or it could be a simple cyst, or may be something more serious.

Don't put the visit off and put your mind at ease. If it is something serious you can catch it early and get whatever treatment is appropriate.

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