Female breasts have one very specific function, to produce milk for a newborn baby. A typical female breast will contain anywhere from 15-25 individual milk glands in each breast. Unlike many other mammals, human breasts stay enlarged even when not producing milk for offspring. Female hormones estrogen and progesterone signal the initial enlargement of the female breasts, and regulate the production of milk during and after pregnancy.
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