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There are two results of this breast movement: pain and discomfort, which are temporary but more seriously, the stretching of the Cooper's ligament, which is permanent and leads to irreversible breast sag.
The researchers found the two results of this breast movement were pain and discomfort, which is temporary, and a stretching of the Cooper's ligament, which is permanent.
If the arcus tendineus fascia is partially or completely pulled off the pelvic sidewall, suspend the fascia endopelvina to the ipsilateral side of Cooper's ligament.