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Lynn
Posted 15/11/2003 02:48 (#361)
Subject: veins on chest and breasts


I'm 40 and over the last few years have noted a network of blue veins over my upper chests and breasts. I have pale skin, am of average weight, have had a negative mammogram recently, and am not pregnant. The doc tells me that is just the way my skin is and nothing can be done. However, they make me quite self-conscious and were not noted a few years back. Any ideas what would cause this or if anything can be done to diminish them? Would sclerotherapy help or is this not doable for a rather large area of surface veins?
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Carol
Posted 15/11/2003 11:39 (#384 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts



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I've had a quick search on the net for some info and can find too much about sclerotherapy and breasts.

Try doing this search it may help a little

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=sclerotherapy+breasts

I can understand how you feel about it, another solution would be to see a dermatoligist and ask their opinion...or another specialist doctor.

Any other suggestions welcome,

Take Care

Carol

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Lynn
Posted 16/11/2003 04:16 (#413 - in reply to #384)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


Thanks for the reply.
I have researched the web extensively also and find little info on this, which confirms to me that this problem must be rare. A couple of sites indicated that 100 years ago this was thought to be a sign of beauty, but I don't think that is the case today. I'm in a fairly new realtionship and though he hasn't mentioned it, this issue makes me very self conscious. My doc did refer me to a plastic surgeon and it was he who said this is just how my skin is. I currently have an appt with another plastic surgeon who does sclerotherapy for a second opinion.

If anyone else has experience or advice about this, I would love to hear it.
Thanks again.
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Carol
Posted 16/11/2003 11:21 (#425 - in reply to #413)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts



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Lynn - 16/11/2003 4:16 AMĀ  A couple of sites indicated that 100 years ago this was thought to be a sign of beauty, but I don't think that is the case today.

A sign of beauty is what somone thinks is beautifull, different for different people.

My husband for instance thinks smaller breasts are nicer...he doesn;t like the F's & G's....i think he's a bit scared of them

Try to see a few different doctors and get differet opinions, also this site may help its really really good on the cosmetic surgery front...

http://www.justbreastimplants.com

Take care

Carol

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weemisses
Posted 3/6/2004 05:32 (#7751 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


i too have veins on my breasts, but im only 19 and i think theyve always been there although ive only started to notice them recently. i think they are just normal veins, they are blue and you can see a vein particulary on my right areola and at the side of my breast. I was wondering is it because of them growing? and will they fade? i heard when your pregnant your breasts grow and so need more blood supply and so veins will be closer to the surface of the skin, and so maybe it is related to growth of breasts? please let me know what you think.
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Guest
Posted 3/6/2004 12:29 (#7758 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


im 19 too and i have veins on both my breasts, particularly one one the right side of my right breast. it has definitely got more noticeable recently im hoping this is because theyve grown due to my going on the pill and that they will fade. i too would be very grateful for someone who could reassure all us with veiny boobs!
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Carol
Posted 3/6/2004 12:50 (#7759 - in reply to #7751)
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Hi Weemisses and Guest

As has been said above if you are really worried then please consult a doctor. You may both be right, in that it maybe because you are growing but a little advice from a doctor wont do any harm.

Let us know how you get on

Take Care

Carol

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Catherine
Posted 4/6/2004 14:15 (#7781 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


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I've always had rather large and visable veins on my breasts also. I think they get more visable as you move into your 40's because your skin thins out a bit and as you get closer to menopause some breast tissue is lost.
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bluejazz04
Posted 25/6/2004 19:17 (#8207 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I've always thought it was just because of thin skin because even on tan skin, they can show through. There's probably something to the "more blood supply" thing too since they only seem to show on bigger breasts. In any case, I actually think they're pretty sexy believe it or not. It's unique, and for whatever reason, I just like it. I'm sure there are other guys out there who so too, so don't feel too bad about it!
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Guest
Posted 25/6/2004 19:27 (#8209 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I am 21 and I have large (44DD) breasts and very pale skin. I can notice the pale blue veins in my breasts if I look for them, my problem is the network of teeny tiny, extremely thin purple and red veins that criscross my breasts right under the skin, particularly on the outward facing sides. They look a little like spider veins by are much much smaller and thinner, most are less than the width of a hair, but because their are so many of them, they are noticable. Does anyone else have this?
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aqualizard
Posted 26/6/2004 05:04 (#8237 - in reply to #425)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


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Carol - A sign of beauty is what somone thinks is beautifull, different for different people.

Very true, and I want ladies with prominent veins in their breasts to know that many men -- myself included! -- think it is sexy!

One of my first girlfriends had beautiful C-cupped breasts with prominent veins. She had the most beautiful pale skin ("alabaster" comes to mind), and blue veins shone through both of her motherly looking mams, especially on the right one. I remember that even in her right areola, which was a beautiful light pink color, there was a deep blue vein of about a centimieter or so. To me, she had wonderful breasts, and I always associated the vascularity with a "ripeness" and overall healthiness.

Yumm! I am glad I wrote this message just to be able to recollect my beautiful ex-girlfriend and her incredibly sexy breasts...

aqualizard
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Vein Fan
Posted 26/6/2004 05:12 (#8238 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I too am a man who finds these veins to be highly attractive. My girlfriend has natural 36 G breasts in spite of a small frame and tiny waist. This combination leads me to buy into the blood-supply theory. I think that part of her body just needs a little more blood to keep the cells alive. I find her veins erotic and stimulating. Understand that I also find it sexy that she has one vein running down her bicep and forearm..... now i'm getting all excited.

The Point? Many men find the veins attractive- and since the "tanned look" is perpetuated by the media-- we don't really get to see these veins, and women are unaware of how exciting they are for men.

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MickanV
Posted 26/6/2004 13:29 (#8239 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


Regardless of what you yourself or others might think of veins on breasts - there might be a simple "solution" for us to deal with this. My experiance is that in wintertime when all my skin is quite light (that is relatively speaking since my basic skin tone is more to the darker side..) because of too little sun here in the North - my breastveins will of course be more visible than when my upper parts of my breasts get a nice tan after a long sunny summer. I'm sure that if I would walk around topless all summer (which I dont *smile*) like a true naturist this would even more be the case for all of my breast (maybe not underneath though...). In other words - prominent or visible veins has for one thing to do with contrast - lighter skin - more visible veins...

But my other experiance related to this has to do with fat tissue - I've noticed that when I gain a couple of more extra pounds (kilos - *smile*) quite a lot of it goes to my breasts (and "love handles" - but this is not an issue here and now *smile*) - and when my breasts fatten up a bit - my veins will get much less prominent.

So there you are, girls! A good reason for visiting the local pastry some more!

Edited by MickanV 26/6/2004 13:33
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classicbaseballfan
Posted 2/7/2004 16:27 (#8430 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I met my wife when she was 25 and the first thing I noticed about her breasts was that they had a massive network of blue veins along with a few very visible bright white stretch marks on the side and underneath.

I couldn't resist asking her about the veins and stretchmarks soon after we got together. She commented that once her breasts started growing, they expanded in size rather quickly, and the veins and stretchmarks had been there for a long while.

She is a about 5'4" and 170, but her weight sounds deceiving because she is a bit on the muscular side; she was an athlete in her high school and college days. Personally, I find these "imperfections" very sexy; they seem to give her breasts a unique personality.



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temptation
Posted 10/7/2004 03:50 (#8598 - in reply to #8239)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


hi MickanV as for your extra kilos hmmmmmmmm I think they are placed so very well
take care
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Randy
Posted 10/7/2004 13:05 (#8601 - in reply to #8238)
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Vein Fan - 26/6/2004 5:12 AM

I too am a man who finds these veins to be highly attractive.
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The Point? Many men find the veins attractive- and since the "tanned look" is perpetuated by the media-- we don't really get to see these veins, and women are unaware of how exciting they are for men.



Indeed, I'll second that!

A while back, I was reading an article about my partner's site on a weblog which said: "Ugh! And the blue veins! At least they (we) could have airbrushed those out."

Personally, I find visible veins to be an integral part of the natural beauty of the breast (and very sexy, too). Obviously, though, it seems as if there are many who would prefer an ideal photograph to a real woman.

~Randy!
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lindsay
Posted 10/7/2004 19:45 (#8603 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I'm a 21 year old female, and I have the same problem. Since I was 14 or something I noticed blue thin lines on my
breasts, and they've getten worse ever since. Now it's really a network of veins, I think they are very ugly, sure that there
are people who find them attractive, but I really don't. I went to google and looked for "breasts and sclerotherapy", what I''ve read sounds very hopefully, but please can any-one tell me if this isn't a very risky thing, because sclerotherapy is a treatment with inyections, isn't this risky for the breasts? And does anyone know if they really can treat the blue thin lines, that can be seen easily, or does sclerotherapy on breasts only help to disappear the red spider veins? Please, if anyone is familiar with this case, please, please, can you reply to this message. I would really appreciate it!
So if somebody knows anything, of has undertaken this treatment, please be so kind to help me.

Love, Lindsay
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Carol
Posted 12/7/2004 11:05 (#8615 - in reply to #8603)
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HI Linsay

Have you spoken to a doctor about this he may be able to give the best advice.

Take care

Carol

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newbie
Posted 18/7/2004 05:09 (#8733 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


Thanks to all the men who came forward about liking blue veins in breast. I am a 44 y/o woman and just started to get these blue veins accross the chest and arms, and was very self-conscious... just starting a new relationship and always wanting the lights down real low. Good to know that men (at least all of you men on this thread) find the blue veins on breasts sexy. We women tend to be much more hard on ourselves than we should be. Bless you guys!
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Anon
Posted 18/7/2004 14:54 (#8741 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


My ex-girlfriend would always be embarrassed to expose her breasts on the beach. I figured out why while we were having sex her breasts were paining and she complaining of these network of veins in them which caused them to hurt alot.
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nick
Posted 19/7/2004 10:19 (#8761 - in reply to #8209)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


I have the same problem . I am pregnant but have seen these way before i was . They also become very hot at times. Have you found out anything about this.
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veins
Posted 2/8/2004 03:21 (#9051 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


Iam glad I found this web site, because I have the same blue veins on my chest and breasts. I am 26 year old woman.
I am petite and my breasts are in between c & d cup they fluctuate, especially when Iam on the pill. When I was 24 I started to notice veins sometimes and now they are there all the time. I hate them!!! I feel like they make me look gross and I dont like wearing my bikinis I always before loved wearing. I wish there was an option other than surgery, but Im willing to listen to any advice. My boyfriend says he can see them, but they dont bother him, but he can see how they bother me.

Im interested in what anyone hears for advice.
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aqualizard
Posted 5/8/2004 01:25 (#9165 - in reply to #361)
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As I and others have said, we LIKE vascular breasts! There is a great pic of some veiny boobs here:

http://forum.breasttalk.co.uk/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=784&posts=2

Mind you, these breasts would be spectacular even without the veins, but in my mind the veins are icing on the cake... aqualizard

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questions...
Posted 5/8/2004 18:53 (#9189 - in reply to #361)
Subject: RE: veins on chest and breasts


Wow. I'm really glad I found this site on google, because I was having no luck for such a long time with my search. I myself am a 16 year old girl with these veins on my chest. I am 5'5, very pale, 120 lbs and a B cup. I think I started getting these veins when I was about 13 or 14, and have always been extremly aware and self- conscious of them. I think it may be because my breasts popped out of nowhere, and grew in very little time. I've spoken to my mother, who is extremly busty, about the viens, and she says that when she was my age she had them also, but once her breasts stopped growing, they weren't as visible. She has them now, but says that it's from having and breast-feeding 3 children. She says not to worry about it so much, that they won't be a problem when my breasts stop growing.

I love my mother, but am concerned that she may be only saying this to make me feel better. I wish I knew more about it, because these veins look horribly ugly to me, and make me feel like a freak. None of my close friends have these veins, and I would feel uncomfortable talking to my family doctor about this.

Is there a chance my mother could be right?
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Carol
Posted 6/8/2004 13:43 (#9203 - in reply to #9189)
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Hi Questions

Yes there is every chance that your mother is right but the only way to really know is to speak to a doctor or nurse about them. you may not have to show the doctor the viens in order to get advice if you feel uncomfortable then say so and the doctor will understand.

Take Care and let us know how you get on

Carol

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