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Any advice? I have been taking female vitamans and have noticed I have breasts growing in. Is this a sign of increased estrogen?
Most likely: Probably, and check contents of pill.Get a more detailed answer ›
Unbalanced hormones: Implanon is progestin only and that can unbalance hormones. Estrogen is a growth hormone and too much can make all of you "grow", and even too much synthetic progestin can block your own natural Progesterone function and cause weight gain. Unfortunately breasts and then waists get weight storage first it seems. This is a common side effect and should have been explained before implantation. ...Read more
I'm 20 years old and all of my bras are getting too small, is it because of my breasts growing? Do they ever stop growing?
Breast tissue: The breasts contain fat and will change in size as you change in weight. They may also just not be done growing. ...Read more
There are really no: Specific symptoms that you should expect other than increase in size. ...Read more
Breast pain: There are a number of reasons for breast pain. Some women get it prior to the period. Others get it with taking in a lot of caffeine as from coffee, colas or energy drinks. Others from keeping objects in bras or wearing poorly fitting bras or from not wearing bras. Discomfort that comes and goes is common. Try a well fitting bra and less caffiene. ...Read more
Couple of ideas:
Although your symptoms fit an early pregnancy, there are plenty of non-pregnancy issues that need to be addressed with your pcp or obgyn - check thyroid, prolactin, fsh/lh levels to see if anything hormonal is going on. Check with GI to evaluate your belly and appetite issues. And do a blood pregnancy test - it's more sensitive than urine.
Good luck! ...Read more
But I think. I took it to early and what does it mean by all the signs of pregnancy and it doesn't show but you hcve the breast growing and nausea etc?
Please see below.: If you feel that you're having pregnancy symptoms but a home pregnancy test was negative, please see your doctor. Your doctor can examine you for signs of pregnancy and may order a pregnancy blood test, which is more sensitive than the home pregnancy test. If it's normal, too, your doctor can evaluate you for other causes. ...Read more
Hi, my 9 year old daughter is saying that ishe feels burning under her left breast, "on top of her heart", I think it's just her breast growing.
Breast burn: Suspect you are right. What does it look and feel like when you examine this area? If worrisome would take to her Dr. ...Read more
My 13yr old girl is on puberty. She has mole on her areola Its getting bigger because of breasts growing. Its bigger than pencil eraser. Is that bad?
If the mole looks bigger because the skin it is sitting on has stretched due to growth of the breast, it is not worrisome. You may wish to watch and wait. If the mole doubles in size, becomes irregular in size, shape or color, bleeds, ulcerates or develops a nodule, see a doctor.
Wish you and your family good health! ...Read more
Tender, sore, growing breasts, growing belly, increased appetite, sleeping more often but negative hpt?
I've been tired and in pain all over sudden weight gain tender breasts growing of the stomach no sign of my cycle yet could I be pregnant with a tubal?
Peeing constantly, heartburn, dizzy, tired, lower back aches, breasts growing&sore, severe nausea, period a month late, negative urine test, am I pregnant?
Peeing constantly, heartburn, dizzy, tired, lower back aches, breasts growing&sore, severe nausea, period a month late, negative urine tests, am I pregnant?
Possible...: The symptoms above can be seen in pregnancy. Home pregnancy test can show false negatives on occasion depending what time of day tested, how much water taken in, ect... See your doctor and get a blood test to know for sure. In the meantime, refrain from alcohol or cigarettes until you find out. ...Read more
Varies among women: Breasts grow on their own, through puberty, with weight gain, with age, with pregnancy, and with breast-feeding... but the sizes vary from woman to woman. Breasts are not the same size throughout adult life in many women (and tummies also change sizes, as do other parts of the body). ...Read more
No breast stop sign: Unfortunately, the breast is 'under the influence' of estrogen and will continue 'drinking the hormone' and growing until a 'sobriety program' (menopause) commences. If you have gained a large amount of body weight, you can reduce both the excess weight, reducing breast size, and estrogen excess production from peripheral fat. ...Read more
Family practice: At 22 your breasts have fully developed. They will engorge with breast milk and enlarge if and when you breast feed. ...Read more
Do breast stop growing at a certain age or can the still grow when I'm 19 or 20 which seems pretty late??
What to do if I do not think my breast are growing. What can I do to stop the itch and relieve the dryness?
Apply: Lotion to relieve dryness.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi. I am almost 23 y/o.I wondering do my breast still growing? Mine now less than 32a size which is very tiny. I am 46kg and 5'2''.
Possibly: Most women will have breast growth which arrests at the end of puberty. However other factors can cause increased breast size, decreases in metabolism can cause that to increase the use of birth control pills and pregnancy can increase breast size. So it's possible they could change depending on what you're doing. Good luck. ...Read more
I need to know if my breast are growing. It'll hurt when someone hits me in them or they'll itch. I need to know what this means. Thank you.?
Mastalgia: There are many reasons for mastalgia or breast pain, none of which are necessarily due to growth, although large breasts could lead to neck, shoulder & back pain. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/breast-pain/basics/definition/con-20025541 which lists hormones, medications & breasts structure eg cysts, trauma/injury, etc. Best to ask parent/guardian to take you to FamilyDoc ...Read more
See your doctor: This is something that can be easily determined from physical exam. See your doctor so you don't have to keep worring. ...Read more