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 With age, a woman's breasts lose fat, tissue, and mammary glands. Many of these changes are due to the decrease in the body's production of estrogen that occurs at menopause. The connective flesh that ropes the breasts becomes less elastic, so the breasts sag. Changes also occur in the nipple. The part nearby the nipple (the areola) becomes lesser and may closely vanish. The nipple may also turn in slightly. Lumps are common around the time of menopause. These are often noncancerous cysts. Though, if you notice a lump, make an appointment with your health care breadwinner, because breast cancer risk upsurges with age. Women should be conscious of the welfares and limits of breast self-exams. These exams do not always pick up early stages of breast cancer. Women should talk to their providers about mammograms.

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