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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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