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Is It Normal For A 6 Year Old Girl To Have Breast Lumps
Yes 6 Years old can : 6 years old can get headache due to many reasons, like allergies, viral infection, meningitis, post head injury, eye problems, migraine, brain tumour, sinus infection most of the times the headaches are benign and do not recurr after the underlying condition has been treated. ...Read more
Precocious puberty : As a medical term, precocious puberty describes puberty occurring at an unusually early age. In most of these children, the process is normal in every respect except the unusually early age, and simply represents a variation of normal development. In a minority of children, the early development is triggered by a disease such as a tumor or injury of the brain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for a 6 year old to have nipples showing through their shirt? or is she maturing to fast?
If Prominent Nipples: only, no discharge, not to worry. This is one common questions we hear in the office. Transient, isolated, asymmetric development of breast glandular tissue may be seen at 2 yr. age and resolves by 3-5 yrs. called premature Thelarche. As long as no other signs of puberty, e.g pubic or axillary hair growth, adult body odor, etc. not to worry. Talk to her pediatrician in next visit if too concerned ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it normal for a 15 year old girl (who breasts havnt fully developed yet) for her nipples to go in?
Is it normal for a kid like 14 years old to have a round about 0.5 cm recedin in hairline after puberty?
Maybe: If you are an athlete then yes. Cracking is not an issue - many people crack. Pain is another story. You could just be misaligned and when you are realigned (see a chiropractor) then your pain well improve. I also have see massage therapy and acupuncture help. If it is severe then also see an orthepdist. ...Read more
My 10 year old son has larger than normal breasts... Not very conspicuous... Is this normal for his age? Should i be worried?
Depends on situation: As many as 1/2 of males experience transient breast enlargement in puberty which generally fades in a year or less. At 10, its a bit early for that process.Overweight males tend to have fat accumulations that appear as breast enlargement & these persist as long as they are overweight. There are some other rare causes & a visit with the kids doc can sort out the problem. ...Read more
Possible: That is possible. No way to tell the odds. ...Read more
95% have buds by 12: As many as 4% of girls will not show breast buds until 13, but most are well into puberty by this time. A visit with your dr can look into this issue. Pubertal changes are often paired with bone maturity and a bone maturity study may show your child at a younger stage. If not, other studies may be appropriate. ...Read more
Common: The tonsils & adenoids in kids grow faster in early & middle childhood than other body parts.At 6-9 kids often snore.At this point the glandular tissue stabalizes its size but the kids continue to grow. By the mid teens the snoring has gone & relative tonsil size seems smaller, though they don't actually shrink. Snoring associated with excessive day sleeping may be a sign of sleep apnea. Ck it out. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
HORMONES: It may be normal for some but you have to learn to control your urges, and try to practice abstinence if possible but if you are sexually active, practice safe sex, use contaceptives to prevent pregnancy and do not have multiple sex partners and talk to your mother for advice or consult your doctor, go with your mother as you are still a minor. ...Read more
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