If your nipples point inward instead of out, you have “inverted nipples.” Between 10%-20% of all girls have inverted nipples on at least one breast. This is normal and will […]Read more »
I am almost 22 and I think my breasts are fully developed, but I am worried they are too small. Is there any type of injection or medicine that I can take that will increase my breast size?Updated 24 February 2015 under Ask Us.
The size of a woman’s breasts can vary from person to person and they can also change throughout a woman’s life. If you lose weight, your breasts may become smaller […]Read more »
Typically, a girl can expect to get her period about 2-3 years after she begins to develop breasts. But the age when you started to develop breasts doesn’t have anything to […]Read more »
My friend told me that if you sleep in a bra then your chances of breast cancer increase. Is this true?Updated 5 November 2014 under Ask Us.
This is NOT true. There is no scientific evidence that says that your risk for breast cancer is higher if you sleep with your bra on. Some woman may choose […]Read more »
My eight year old daughter found a small lump on her breast area and says it’s really sore. Is this normal for her age?Updated 3 October 2014 under Ask Us.
It’s common for girls to feel small lumps on their chest as their breasts are developing. Some girls will also complain of “tingling or aching” (in the chest area) as […]Read more »
The darks spot on your areola (nipple) or anywhere else on your skin can be as common as freckle or a mole or something more serious. Most of the time […]Read more »
My friends told me that wearing bras to bed makes your boobs saggy and prevents them from growing. Is this true?Updated 22 January 2014 under Ask Us.
There’s no scientific evidence that wearing a bra to bed is either helpful or harmful. It doesn’t prevent your breasts from growing nor does it make your breasts saggy. If […]Read more »