The female breast is not only for breastfeeding baby but also for cosmetological function, breast can be very big, small, very small or moderate.however the one you have, be grateful and have high self-esteem as Hereditary plays a great part in the breast of a lady and it's normal for one to be bigger than the other.

A lot of times, ladies believe that a woman breast will not fall if you don't breastfeed, that's not true, the female breast is mainly supported by ligaments and muscles and its basically full of fats.

The female breast can start developing early as 8 years and as late as 14 years, depends on your family, diet, lifestyle, etc. Some have pointed nipples, some have very large while some have inverted and very small nipples, however the one you have, kindly be grateful.

Medically, any woman who is not breastfeeding and has milk coming out is as a result of hormonal imbalance, please see a doctor as it can lead to infertility because of the high level of prolactin.

Before you wear a bra, even if new, kindly wash it as some are already tested by others and kindly avoid fairly use bra no matter how new it is, if you take time to look inside especially fairly used, they put a lot of things that may predispose you to cancer.

The breast is usually heavy in pregnancy, ovulation, menstruation, breastfeeding, but if you notice yellow discharge, pains that don't go away despite drugs, a lump, gradual increase in the nipples or areola or fluid coming out after menopause, kindly see a Doctor.

Above all, do breast self-examination, allow your partner to suck your breast, avoid washing your bra with a harsh detergent,dont use bleach for your bra, stop wearing a too-tight bra as it impedes blood supply to your heart, and avoid sharing or wearing a dirty and wet bra.

You can make healthy choices to improve your general health that will also benefit your breasts. These include:

being active and/or exercising regularly;
eating a variety of low-fat, high-fibre and whole grain foods;
eating lots of dark green, orange and red vegetables and fruits daily;
washing your fruits and vegetables, or buying organic produce to reduce your exposure to potentially toxic chemicals;
eating foods daily that are high in phytoestrogens (plant estrogens or isoflavones) such as soy, lentils and grains–these foods have been linked in some studies to breast cancer prevention;
not smoking;
limiting the amount of alcohol you drink; and
limiting the caffeine you drink or eat – coffee, tea, chocolate, cola and some other soft drinks may contain relatively high amounts of caffeine and sugar.
In addition to these lifestyle choices, you may choose to:

Get to know what your breasts feel like so that you'll know what is normal for you, and will recognize any changes that happen.
If you wear bras, wear comfortable loose-fitting bras and do not wear them to bed.