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Abnormal Breast Development In Teens
The basics: Both males and females have breast tissue but the differentiation comes in how your genes interact with the hormones you produce. Whether you end up with watermelons or a raison on a pancake is determined by the interplay between these factors. There is usually at least some difference in the two, some more than others. Breast tissue with low sensitivity to hormones will grow less. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Breast development is the normal condition in which a girl develops breasts during puberty, for the future purpose of breastfeeding her children. Breasts development is divided into 5 stages by appearance (Tanner stages). There is much normal variation, such as asymmetric breasts, large/small breasts, or ...Read more
Done growing?: There are two types of maturity that are important to achieve before breast enlargement surgery: breast maturity and emotional maturity. Plastic surgeons need a stable platform on which to build. If the breast grow after augmentation, then the outcome may be unsatifying. Breast augmentation for cosmetic purposes should be delayed until at least ag 18, and the decision needs to be individualized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
? exogeneous hormone: The milk itself is not an issue. There are concerns with the various hormones (growth hormones and estrogens) given to the cows to stimulate their milk production and how much of this may end up in the milk. Milk packaging today will often specify when it comes from cows that did not receive hormonal stimulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Poor oxygen/nutrient: Thalessemia major is a genetric disorder which can and typically cause significant /severe anmia. The normal blood is essential to carry oxygen and nutrients to all organs/body tissues. A child with severe anemia will likely experience stunned growth/pubertal development because of pooor oxygen/nutrients needed for propper growth/development. Many have shortened lifespan. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I wish we knew!: We don't know what causes breast cancer, and the rate in young women is increasing. We do know that a long exposure to estrogen increases your risk. If you started your period early, or never got pregnant, you have more estrogen exposure. Alcohol intake is associated with breast cancer. Any there are chemicals in our environment that are similar to estrogen, like bpa plastics. I suspect this! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: No, they can't.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can the stimulation of the female's nipples (i.E. Sucking) during teenage years cause nipple discoloration in her early twenties?
Most unlikely its --: Due to that reason. Get yourself checked by your pcp, as you need to be examined. Good luck. ...Read more
What is male breast cancer? How common is breast cancer in males? Are there any differences between breast cancer in males and females?
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