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How to check small boobs for cancer

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I am the proud owner of a pair of small boobs, and today I’m sharing how to check small boobs for cancer. Why, you ask? October is breast cancer awareness month, so the Blogtober prompt for day 2 is “boobs”. The word itself makes me laugh a little. Mostly with embarrassment.

How to check small boobs for cancer

I am the owner of a pair of very small boobs – FACT! My boobs aren’t something I spend a great deal of time thinking about these days. I don’t have any. End of story. This doesn’t mean you don’t have to check small boobs for lumps though.

Have I Always Had Small Boobs?

I’ve always been an A cup. At my biggest weight, my smallest and everywhere in between! My band size has changed over the years, but not my cup size. When I was breast feeding, I could almost fill a B cup – when I’d not fed the baby for a few hours, anyway. Checking your breasts for lumps is an important job – no matter how big (or small) they are! When you check small boobs for cancer or lumps, it’s easier than with big breasts, so that’s an added bonus!

Pinterest pin saying how to check small boobs for cancer, changes and lumps. Plus an image of a woman with small boobs in a bra let.

When I was younger, it bothered me that I had small boobs, but it didn’t affect my confidence. Padded bras became my best friend. I remember spending £30 on one in Debenhams when I was about 17, which was water filled. It took my 34A “fried eggs” up to a 34D, at least. It was heavy, but definitely looked far more realistic than the “chicken fillets” which were popular at the time. That was as close to a boob job as I ever got.

It’s not all bad, having small boobs – at least I don’t get hot and sweaty like lots of friends do. I don’t need to worry about how strong my sports bra is, and I definitely don’t get back pain as a result of their size! Several of my friends have needed breast reduction surgery, and I am definitely grateful I didn’t have to go through what they did.

Breast Cancer Awareness

Having a small cleavage means that checking for lumps and changes is an easy job. Yep – even us small chested ladies need to keep an eye out for changes. Cancer doesn’t care what cup size you are!

how to check small boobs for cancer

Personally, none of my family have been directly affected by breast cancer – that doesn’t mean we won’t be though. It’s important to know what changes to look out for. None of my 3 sisters have small boobs – they definitely got my share! I seem to have been given their share of grey hair – lucky me! So… While I’ve got small boobs, but it’s not a bad thing in my book!

More about Blogtober:

The idea behind Blogtober is: Mandi over at Big Family Chaos has put together a list of daily prompts. You write a blog post each day, based on that day’s prompt. You can view the full list of prompts in my Day 1 post.

Check out my other Blogtober blog posts here. You can also find blog posts from other bloggers via the Big Family Chaos linky, by clicking the badge below.

#Blogtober18

Comments (8):

  1. Rhi

    02/10/2018 at 8:04 am

    I always say anything more than a handful is just a waste lol. #Blogtober18.

    Reply
  2. Kim Carberry

    02/10/2018 at 8:58 am

    I would love smaller boobs. hehehe £30 on a bra is so expensive. Eek x

    Reply
  3. ClearlyBex

    02/10/2018 at 10:36 am

    I knew there’d be a positive hidden somewhere into having small boobs, its taken until now (and your blog post) for me to realise it! Thanks x

    Reply
  4. Elaine Fitzpatrick

    02/10/2018 at 2:41 pm

    I had an A cup up to being mid 30’s and then they just grew! Now I’m a GG cup!

    Reply
  5. Annette, 3 Little Buttons

    02/10/2018 at 8:04 pm

    A water filled bra? Hehe! I don’t think I would have had the courage to buy one of those at 17 years old 🙂 #blogtober x

    Reply
  6. Michelle Murray

    02/10/2018 at 8:21 pm

    I would love smaller boobs. Big boobs is such a pain.

    Reply
  7. Mandi

    03/10/2018 at 12:15 pm

    I loved those water filled bras! Although I did have a couple of chicken fillet ones too, and although it was nice going out with a full cleavage, I was quite glad at the end of the night to go back to my little ones!
    Its so lovely to see so many bloggers raising awareness, we really will take over the world!

    Reply
  8. Rachel Simons

    03/10/2018 at 9:18 pm

    I remember the water filled bras, didnt they have gel filled ones too?
    Yes definitely important to check your boobs no matter what size. Great post #Blogtober18

    Reply

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