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What are the risks of having veiny breasts?

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Mahima Chaudhary

Credihealth Admin
Always there for you @ Credihealth 03 April 2018 at 12:20

Do you have a blue vein in your breast? If so, it may be nothing but a cosmetic problem. In most of the cases are harmless and tend to fade by themselves. Sometimes, however, blue veins in breasts can indicate the presence of an underlying medical condition.
It is normal for you to worry if you notice a blue vein in your breasts that does not fade on its own, or which tends to get even worse. For your peace of mind, you should get a medical check – up from a professional healthcare giver. It can be quite visible on lighter-skinned women, and depending on the extent, can affect the woman’s image.
A similar effect can be experienced during puberty by girls when their breasts are just beginning to develop. In addition, wearing tight undergarments also causes a strain to the veins in your breasts, and that may lead to the visible blue veins.
Being overweight can often cause blue veins across your breasts. This is due to more fatty tissue being deposited on the breasts. As a result, this fat pushes against the veins in the breast, causing them to become more prominent.
Reports of blue veins on the breasts are common during a woman’s periods because of the hormonal imbalance during the time.