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Teen Puberty Stage Worried Breast Will Drinking Development
I'm a teen in my puberty stage and i'm worried that my breast would be flat in future. Will drinking more milk everyday help in breast development?
Puberty is the normal condition in which a humans physically change from child to a teenage pre-adult who is able to reproduce (become fertile, able to have children). Pubertal development is divided into 5 stages by appearance (Tanner stages). Adolescence is time when puberty occurs, and includes ...Read more
Normal tissue: Thelarche is the term used for the emergence of breast tissue in the beginning stages of puberty. A spongy bit of true breast tissue is located directly under the nipple on one or both sides. It can be tender to touch & one side may emerge weeks before the other.Your pcp can confirm this process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hormones: Important factors are hormonal, genetic and nutritional ...Read more
We Is there any way to encourage faster breast development during puberty naturally, without the use of medicines?
No, I don't think so: without medicationsGet a more detailed 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
I had breast development and periods both start at age 10 about 2 months before my birthday. I my puberty precocious(any sign early) or not?
How do you know if daughter completed puberty? Normal periods sev years, public hair, growth spurts, minor breast development though quite flatchested
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