It is normal for girls and teenagers to have lots of questions about their breasts as they start to develop. Seeing the body change can be daunting, and it is perfectly normal to worry about what to expect. Here are some common questions and answers about breast development to help guide teenagers through the process. Breasts develop as the hormones estrogen and progesterone are released at puberty. These hormones make the breast tissue grow. As it does, the surrounding skin may stretch, which is one reason breasts can hurt when they grow. The hormones that stimulate breast growth are another reason they may hurt.
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Normal Breast Development
The London Clinic provides a full breast care service for women who are worried about their breast health or who have developed breast cancer. View our Breast services. Breast development starts in an unborn baby and is completed during puberty and pregnancy. It is completely normal for women to have one breast that is slightly different from the other. One may be larger, a different shape or in a slightly different position.
What is normal breast development?
The teenage years are also called adolescence. During this time, teens will see the greatest amount of growth in height and weight. Adolescence is a time for growth spurts and puberty changes. A teenager may grow several inches in several months followed by a period of very slow growth. Then they may have another growth spurt. Changes with puberty may happen slowly. Or several changes may occur at the same time. It's important to remember that these changes will happen differently for each teen.
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