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My grandmother told her "friends" she noticed a "lump" her friends said it was nothing, and she was paranoid. Turns out it was breast cancer! It's a good thing she checked anyway. Always better safe than sorry! congratulations op!!

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  leogachi

@49 Stop whining. It's not like they're comparing how firm they are and the size "comparison" isn't even a comparison. You're implying a double standard that doesn't exist.

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#45, I don't think you can tell me there's "no way" when I've stated I've done it. I do breast exams regularly, and they're to be done lying flat on your back. In that position, the tissue redistributes somewhat and near the center of my chest I can feel my ribs through them. So yes, there is a way.

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#77, I'm a 36DD and even doing a breast examination lying down I cannot feel my ribs through my breast tissue. I'm thinking you're either lying, or you've got a problem. Having large breast and still being able to feel your ribs does not sound healthy to me.

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#79, I'm a 34DD and I can easily feel my ribs in my breasts towards the center of my chest. your breasts are probably set closer together, which is fine, but I'm assuming #77 and I have them set further apart, which may be why we can feel our ribs.

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#77 I have absolutely no reason to lie about something so unimportant. Also, I have a chronic illness that keeps me in the doctor's office quite often, so I can assure you that my breasts are one area of my body that is very healthy. No need to be rude.

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Hey I'd find that entertaining. I can feel ribs at the centre of my chest (well actually my sternum with ribs either side because I'm not a mutant) but to me that's between boob area, not actual boob area. I'm confused because I can't imagine mistaking that for a breast lump.

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  leogachi

@10 Do you mean cyst?

Fact: 100% of people who have died had ribs. It's good you got that checked out instead of waiting for them to spread and form the dreaded "cage," which is basically a boney claw that clutches the life out of you.

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