"What does it
mean if I have 'Tubular' breasts?"
some examples of what are often referred to as
'Tubular Breasts.' When a breast is used for
breastfeeding, the shape of the breast tends to
become somewhat elongated behind the nipple and
that area becomes a little less dense as it is
before they were lactating. These
characteristics make it easier for an infant to
suckle by including part of the areola in the
mouth. Women with a natural 'tubular' breast
shape are very conducive to breastfeeding.