Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

Northern Radio Awards boss, Naa Kwarley has disclosed that majority of Ghanaian women don’t know how to wear brassiere, indicating that this results in the sagging of the breast.

Speaking on Radio Savannah on Saturday’s night on ‘Sex before marriage’ and matters of relationship between men and women, she believed the way a woman handles her breast determines how it looks.

“There are factors influencing the falling of breast. Pregnancy is one. And when you lactate, is also another. and then consistent pressing around the breast, it also has an impact. And how you carry the breast in general, it also has influence”, Naa Kwarley said.

“When a girl starts growing breast, in the first one year, ago they have good bra. Ghanaian women don’t know how to wear bra. If you pick hundred (100) women, less than 5 (%) know how to wear bra. When you pick a bra it has a unique shape. The nipple ; it’s supposed to hit the point there. So that the cap supports the weight”, she added.

She however advised men to stop ‘mashing’ women’s breast, adding that women themselves need to engage in activities that determine the firmness of the breast.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. Join us as we RISE together to help uplift women in need.

Early signs of breast cancer can be a lump in your chest, painful or itchy breasts, and even an unusual discharge from one nipple.

This is something you should talk to your doctor about because they will most likely perform manual exams as well as sending out for mammograms which are painless and only take about ten minutes total.

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