I have had an obvious blue vein on my breast for a while but over the past week more, less obvious ones, have appeared. I am slightly worried about them, if only for me being vain, but do not know whether it is caused by something or if there is something wrong.
The only information I have found is that this could mean pregnancy, but I am definitely not pregnant.
Although I am only 16 my breats stopped growing a while ago so I doubt it is anything to do with growth... Does anyone know what this could be?
I am extremely frightened at this moment. I looked at myself in the mirror and I saw BRIGHT BLUE VEINS on both of my breasts! I have never seen this before. I am NOT pregnant, nor could I even possibly be. I had a full hysterectomy about 3 years ago! Please reply if you have experienced this or similar. I am totally freaking out!I keep reading that women who have had these blue veins are pregnant or think they are. Since that is DEFINITELY NOT my situation, what is it then??? Has anyone else had this happen to them? Please talk to me... I am a 45 year old woman, unmarried and I have NO children. Basically I am alone. I would appreciate any help anyone can offer to me.
This is very common. I developed them when I was in my late teens and still have them. They are not a concern. It can be from a hormonal trigger like menstruation or perimenopause. Your gyn should be able to ease your concerns if you discuss this with her/him.
i have them on my boobs and there really horrible i dont know if im finished growing im a DD and the vains are so noticable i get embarassed with my boyfriend so i hold them up so he doesnt see them what does it mean if there are vains around them??
hey i am 22.. and have noticed these blue veins on my breasts too..and yes im not pregnant..not quite shore if it is due to growth but being size 34E i would have thought they would have stopped growing.. so god knows why i have them now..i was worrying about it.. but as i check my breasts all the time,, i now think it must not be serious..just dont let them worry you.. or if it helps talk to a doctor.. but remember you are not the only one.