What Are Lumpy Bumpy Tender Breasts And When Should I Speak to a Healthcare Professional?
If you suffer from lumpy bumpy tender breasts you most likely have some toxicity in your system that has accumulated in your breast tissue.
You might have a hormonal imbalance, you could have estrogen dominance. Elevated estrodiol to progesterone ratio through out your cycle. Estrogen levels are supposed to decrease naturally through out your cycle. When estrogen remains elevated it can cause a variety of symptoms. Swelling and breast tenderness, decreased sex drive, irregular periods, premature aging, headaches, mood swings, weight gain, allergies including asthma and hives.
These toxins can be environmental chemicals as the 2014 study showed. These dangerous chemicals can cause autoimmune diseases and cancers.
These chemicals can be pesticides, car emissions and/or common house hold cleaners.
Symptoms can include swelling and breast tenderness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, irritability and mood swings, along with digestive problems.
Any and all concerns involving your breast health should be discussed with a healthcare professional. Your breasts can be an early warning detection system for your body, that something else is going on with your health. Your immune system can be signaling you with tender swollen breasts.
That some other serious health condition can be fulminating, way before you start to show clinical signs.
Leo Galland, the father of dysbiosis, believed that the breasts could tell you whether Gastrointestinal Intestinal issues were present even if tests didn’t support the diagnosis yet.
We can experience symptoms for years before tests support the clinical correlation to making an accurate diagnosis.
If you or someone you know or care about is suffering with lumpy bumpy tender breast, the next step is to get a free 15 minute phone consult to discuss your health issues and what the next appropriate step for you. Simply call the number above or fill out the form on this website and you have successfully taken the first step towards better health.