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Breast stopped growing at the age of 11. Can that be a sign of underdevelopment?
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My breast started growing quite soon (I think I was about 10?) and I think they completely stopped after I started having my periods, which was when I was something over 11. So I've spent over six years waiting for them to grow some more, but they never did. At the age of 18 I'm still an A cup (and I was actually scared as a child that my boobs will be too big, since they started growing sooner than any other girl's in my class. Good old days, haha).
Anyway, as I never heard of anyone whose breast stopped growing that soon, I thouht this may be a sign of having underdeveloped breast. What do you guys think about this?
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(08-04-2018, 01:08 PM)Tshelky Wrote: My breast started growing quite soon (I think I was about 10?) and I think they completely stopped after I started having my periods, which was when I was something over 11. So I've spent over six years waiting for them to grow some more, but they never did. At the age of 18 I'm still an A cup (and I was actually scared as a child that my boobs will be too big, since they started growing sooner than any other girl's in my class. Good old days, haha).
Anyway, as I never heard of anyone whose breast stopped growing that soon, I thouht this may be a sign of having underdeveloped breast. What do you guys think about this?


Hi there, mine grew at 9 and then stopped mid teens so I know how you feel! It's very frustrating.  Do you have any other symptoms?  Have you looked at the Tanner breast scale to see the extent of your underdevelopment? However at 18 you could still grow.  I had a random growth spurt in my early twenties when I came off the pill (I think going on the pill at 18 messed my hormones up) - so you never know! Look to your diet and vitamin intake etc, may help Smile
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My breast never grew, i was Flat at 10 and i’m flat now (27 y.o.) 
I tried to gain weight, but just my tummy has increased its size. 
Maybe my HGH was too low...
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TshelkyMy breast started growing quite soon (I think I was about 10?) and I think they completely stopped after I started having my periods, which was when I was something over 11. So I've spent over six years waiting for them to grow some more, but they never did. At the age of 18 I'm still an A cup (and I was actually scared as a child that my boobs will be too big, since they started growing sooner than any other girl's in my class. Good old days, haha).
Anyway, as I never heard of anyone whose breast stopped growing that soon, I thouht this may be a sign of having underdeveloped breast. What do you guys think about this?


I think that' definitely a sign of hormone problems; I started developing later compared to most people...I got my period at 14 and breasts started barely growing around that time as well. My older sister made fun of me saying she (at an A cup) would always be bigger than what I had. She is still at an A cup and a bigger person than me> By 17 I was a D cup at 108lbs (til post breastfeeding in adulthood) which is interesting because even bigger people in both sides of my family tend to have small breasts. It's said people are hitting puberty earlier and earlier nowadays because of hormones in animal products. I believe this because I wasn't forced into early puberty from added growth/animal hormones in my food (compared to those on standard American diet) as a vegetarian so I developed normally as I reached adulthood without body altering hormones in my diet but I see those who overdo a diet high in milk/dairy and meat start going through puberty early on and sometimes develop very abnormally from all the random steroids in animal feed nowadays. The unneeded added hormones in animal products can throw your own natural hormones out of whack for sure.

Genetics and diet play the biggest part in breast development imho.

For me my problem is not having much of a booty but having breastfed 2 babies I could use some firming and more filling of my breasts as well.
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