If my breasts are getting smaller, is that a sign of menopause?

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  • A , Family Medicine, answered

    Women often experience a lack of breast fullness because of changing hormone levels due to menopause. Sometimes it isn't as noticeable as smaller breasts, but simply as a loss of fullness. Talk to your doctor about any significant bodily changes, so together you can monitor changes.

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