Thank you for your question! Yes, this is totally normal. Breast/chest tissue takes around 3-5 years to develop from the first time you notice growth. During those years, it’s common […]Read more »
Heredity, (the way certain features such as eye color are passed down from generation to generation), is the most important factor in determining what the size and shape of your […]Read more »
Do pills or injections really help to increase breast size? What alternative can be used to make my breasts bigger?Updated 13 January 2017 under Ask Us.
There are no pills or “injections” that you can safely use to increase your breast size. The size of a woman’s breasts can vary from person to person and they […]Read more »
Is it okay to wear a bra to bed? I have fairly large breasts, and I feel uncomfortable when I don’t wear one. It doesn’t hurt when I wear my bra to bed but will this make my breasts sag?Updated 26 October 2016 under Ask Us.
There is no scientific evidence that shows that wearing a bra to bed will cause your breasts to sag. Actually, doctors often recommend wearing a sports bra to bed because […]Read more »
I’m 14, I’ve had my period for 2 years, and I still wear training bras. Is that normal? I get really embarrassed when I’m with my friends that haven’t even started their periods yet and have much bigger breasts than me!! What should I do?!Updated 16 August 2016 under Ask Us.
Feeling different from your friends for any reason can be hard. However, your breasts are likely to continue to develop during the next couple of years. Heredity (the genes you […]Read more »
It takes about 3-5 years for breasts (including nipples) to finish developing so depending on how old you were when they began to grow, it’s possible that your breasts (and […]Read more »
Your breasts start growing when you begin puberty. During puberty the hormone levels in your body change. This causes your breasts to develop and your periods to start. It takes different […]Read more »
Pls help! I have PCOS. My breasts were perfect before I gained weight. But now I am embarrassed because my breasts are big and loose. Is there anything I can do to make them smaller and lift them up without surgery? I don’t want to have a muscular body either.Updated 29 September 2015 under Ask Us.
Managing your weight when you have a diagnosis of PCOS can be challenging but not impossible. One way to accomplish this is by following a PCOS-friendly diet– one that includes […]Read more »
Many girls will notice that their breasts feel larger right around a week or so before their period is due, while others don’t seem to notice at all. This is […]Read more »
The timing of physical changes during puberty in both boys and girls can vary quite a bit and still be normal. However, almost all girls will notice that their breasts […]Read more »