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Odd Bra

PostPosted: 31 Dec 2013, 10:05
by Yogi
Where do you find a bra for this kind of situation?

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Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 31 Dec 2013, 10:23
by Kellemora
You sure come up with the oddest things Yogi.

Almost looks like an ornament a friend had on his tree a few years back.

TTUL
Gary

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 31 Dec 2013, 15:31
by Ice.Maiden
Now that's what I CALL a case of polymastia! [ img ]

Having more than two breasts isn't common, but it happens now and again. Some women seem to manage ....

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:shock:

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 01 Jan 2014, 13:35
by Kellemora
In Kaitlyn Leeb's own words.
"For the record, all three of the breasts are part of a custom-built prosthetic that takes up to five hours to apply."

Same for Taylor Chanel.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 01 Jan 2014, 14:22
by Ice.Maiden
LOL - that maybe true, but there's a genuine condition where some men and women have extra boobs.

"Accessory breasts, also known as polymastia, supernumerary breasts, multiple chest syndrome, or mammae erraticae, is the condition of having additional breasts. Extra breasts may appear with or without bosoms or areolae. It is a condition and a form of atavism which is most prevalent in male humans, and often goes untreated as it is mostly harmless. In recent years, many affected women have had a plastic surgery operation to remove the additional breasts, for purely aesthetic reasons."

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 02 Jan 2014, 12:11
by Kellemora
Hi Icey
Yes, I know of the condition. The underarm frontal lymph glands are one of the most common areas.
Although I don't know anyone personally who ever suffered from that anomaly.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 02 Jan 2014, 14:58
by Ice.Maiden
Hi Gary.

I do, although it was probably just fat, as this person was excessively overweight and looked as though she had boobs hanging from below her armpits. Other conditions can cause it though, such as a build-up of lymph fluid (quite common after operations).

When a person has polymastia, the extra breasts can come complete with nipples. I'm sure there are ways of rectifying the condition, as when men's chests develop into more breast-like structures (although this's quite a simple matter, as the excess fat's simply drawn out).

It must be embarrassing and inconvenient for anyone who has these things though, and goodness knows what Yogi's pic was modelled on! : )

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 14 Jan 2014, 03:22
by pilvikki

goodness knows what Yogi's pic was modelled on! : )


LSD? :mrgreen:

here's a guy with extra, although you'd not even notice if not shown, i'd think:


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follows the milk line.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 14 Jan 2014, 08:38
by Ice.Maiden
Oh!! Looks like a freckle or mole to me. I wouldnt've known.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 27 Feb 2014, 11:11
by pilvikki

mammae erraticae


sounds more like they've gone walk-about... :think:

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 27 Feb 2014, 12:58
by Ice.Maiden
LOL - yes.

How do they tell the difference between those and the other moles or whatever?

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 04 Mar 2014, 12:14
by pilvikki

i suppose if they line up and were there when you were born...

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 04 Mar 2014, 17:52
by Ice.Maiden
What about folk who've got quite a few moles on their body? I've got some on my arms and hands - flat things which're like individual brown freckles. I've always had them. I daren't line them up now, in case I've got nipples where I shouldn't have! LOOOOL.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 06 Mar 2014, 18:28
by pilvikki

oh don't worry, you'd have probably spring a leak at breast feeding times.

:lmao1:

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 06 Mar 2014, 20:22
by Ice.Maiden
Unfortunately not. My milk disappeared within 2 days of having each baby. I had people from the Breast Feeding Association come round, pulling and prodding at me, wanting to attach me to a thing which worked like a cow's milking machine!! I said no, and bottle fed after that. : (

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 07 Mar 2014, 15:35
by pilvikki

how strange, i could have breastfed 10 yrs after, but really got tired of it after a few months.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 07 Mar 2014, 17:00
by Ice.Maiden
My mother was the same, and admitted to still giving breast milk to my brother as he was approaching 4!! Imagine ... the teeth .....

The midwife and doctor kept an eye on me in case I developed mastitis, but I didn't. Mind you, the old midwife I had told me to put cabbage leaves in my bra for a short time, and whether it worked or not, I was absolutely fine. So I breastfed each baby for 2 days - and then that was it - gone.

Re: Odd Bra

PostPosted: 18 Mar 2014, 16:24
by pilvikki
    i got mastitis with the eldest. talk about pain!

    Re: Odd Bra

    PostPosted: 18 Mar 2014, 19:49
    by Ice.Maiden
    How nasty - and strange, because my mum did as well! It's a horrible complaint for women to get.