If You Playfully Touched Your Wife’s Breast and Felt a Lump, What Would You Do?
Go to the Dr. do not wait! If it is nothing, great, but if it is not, time is so important.
Well thats interesting because i encourage my husband to have a hay day with my breasts at all times and let me know if he ever feels a difference in them.
Well i would be asking her had she noticed it, and then taking the next steps together, for breasts are marvolous things full of glands, and bumps, so a lump may be quite normal.
However it dosnt hurt to get it checked by your local gp, just to be on the safe side.
Dont sit in the corner and wait for her to find it herself.
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