Itchy boobs

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Hello ladies, can anyone tell me plz that itchy boobs is apart of hormones....im not prego and dont have any cancer or illness

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    Mine itch sometimes and I've had my annual exam and all that I assume it is cause they will itch like crazy sometimes and no other explanation

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    Yes mine itch like crazy at times...never have had them checked though...but its been years and I am still here...😄. I assume it is all part of crazy peri.

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    Yes, it's a part of peri. After trying several different lotions to see what would help stop the itch, I used caladryl, with little success, but when I put monistat on it it went away.

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    Ok ty, imma try that
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    Hi Susan,  normal!  As long as nothing is oozing!  The skin is our biggest organ...definitely gets affected by hormones.  I have more zits right now than my preteen child 🙄

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    i have an itchy back it bleeds 

     

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    Hi Susan, yes mine was very itchy during peri it was in my nipples when my periods stop it disappear but because I have been scratching it gone exzema like..nothing to worry about some people gets it amongst other itchiness in the body hope this helps.
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    Hi ladies! I wonder if they itch because they are growing/changing. When skin stretches, it can itch. I remember when I was about 40, my lower back itched for about a year and realized my hips had been widening. I recommend pure carrier oil (all over) after a shower to keep skin moisturized.
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