“She smiled and melted with each drop,” McKeever told Huffington Post. “Then, a few minutes after getting that nourishment, she woke up a bit more and actually tried the breast! We had to do a mix of syringe feeding and breastfeeding for the first week.”
It is always better to be told that everything is fine and to have your mind put at ease than to leave it too late, especially as the earlier breast cancer is detected and identified, the higher the chance of successful treatment.
: Malignant ( ) cells multiplying abnormally in the breast, eventually spreading to the rest of the body if untreated. occurs almost exclusively in women, although men can be affected. include a lump, bloody or skin changes.
During thelarche, the developing breasts sometimes are of unequal size, and usually the left breast is slightly larger; said condition of asymmetry is transitory and statistically normal to female physical and sexual development. Moreover, breast development sometimes is abnormal, manifested either as overdevelopment (e.g., , ) or as underdevelopment (e.g., , ) in girls and women; and manifested in boys and men as (woman's breasts), the consequence of a biochemical imbalance between the normal levels of and in the male body.