A mammogram happens like this:
Step 1 - Stand in front of an X-ray machine. Nurse adjusts left breast on a lower plate, and then lowers upper plate as much as she can, effectively sandwiching the breast
Step 2 - Nurse takes X-ray
Step 3 - Nurse arranges left breast in same manner, but with machine now positionned diagonally
Step 4 - Nurse takes X-ray
Steps 5 - 8 - Repeat process again with right breast
While the nurse was tugging at my breast to arrange it just-so on the plate, I jokingly said "are you sure this isn't going to stretch my breast fibers and make them saggy?"
She responded "oh honey, you can't fight gravity, that'll happen anyways."
Oh vanity. What's wrong with me that I'm more concerned about my breast sagging than finding evidence of breast tumors?