1. Hormonal changes:
Disrupting breast development due to hormone changes can cause tuberous breasts.
2. Traumatic injuries:
Injuring breast buds at an early age can lead to a tuberous appearance.
3. Non-cancerous fibroids:
The presence of benign fibroids may contribute to tuberous breast shape.
4. Skeletal condition:
Underlying medical or skeletal issues (e.g., scoliosis) can affect breast development.
5. Water retention or additional blood flow:
Tuberous breasts may result from water retention or increased blood flow during ovulation, causing temporary enlargement.