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Seeing blue...around my boobs

 

 

The blue lines you described are just your veins. Don’t worry about them; everyone has them.  The lighter your skin is, the more noticeable your veins, no matter where they are. If you look down at your arms and legs, you’ll find that you can see the veins there as well. If your skin is thin, you will see veins more clearly. Another cause could be if you drink a lot of water, your veins are more noticeable. Also, if you have larger breasts, the veins will be more prominent than a girl with smaller breasts.

 

Think of it this way: if you didn’t have blue lines, then you wouldn’t have veins. It’s healthy to be able to see your veins, because then you know that your blood is circulating and that you are being healthy. So no worries, OK sweetie?
 
 

BY GL ON 8/19/2011 12:00:00 AM

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