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What Is The Best Treatment For Breast Buds
How can I hide my breast buds? I don't want to wear I bra. I tried bandaids but they only covered my nipples.
Please don't rush: Your child's development, it may cause lasting psychological trauma as feeling "abnormal." if she is very chronologically late at entering puberty, then you should discuss w/her pediatrician, as a reproductive endocrinological evaluation may be indicated to be sure no medical issue present. ...Read more
I have breast buds and I have had them since I was 11 and I'm thirteen and still haven't developed breast it's the same size as it was when I was 11 when will they grow?
Breast Development: They should. The pediatrician examines and gives a tanner stage of development of which there are ranges of normal (like a growth chart). Failure to develop is rare and be one or both sides. Let the pediatrician know about concerns to see where the girl is in development and go from there. Private message me if you need to. ...Read more
Buds: Some? There should be only two, one behind each nipple area and the swollen look is normal for the early development phase. You can google tanner stages and see images typical of the stages so you know what to expect. ...Read more
My NEARLY 16 yr old son was diagnosed with breast buds with they go away and when (He's 5'4 3/4, 125-130 LB?
17 years old and I still have breast buds and getting breast development a lot more intense lately. What's wrong?
Probably nothing: Everyone goes through puberty at different ages and with different rates of physical change. Some begin as early as 11 or 12 some are delayed until later teen years. Its a great sign that your breasts are changing now, it means you are releasing estrogens and the body is changing as expected. If there isn't as much change or things don't seem right see a gynecologist they can check hormone levels ...Read more
How do I hide my breast buds? I don't want to wear a cami, training bra or anything else. I tried bandaids but they only cover my nipples.
Breast Buds: It is not really something you can continue to hide, they will continue to develop. You have already found that bandaids don't work. Talk with someone you trust about clothing that does not draw attention to your development but makes you feel more comfortable. This could be an older sister, cousin, aunt or your mom. This is all normal especially the feelings you are having. ...Read more
Breast buds: Breast development begins with the nipple-arroela starting to bulge out a little with soft tissue, it progresses to a slight darkening ot the color and fuller breast cones will gradually spread out in all directions with the nipple usually centered until the girl reaches around 16-18 yrs when fully mature. The age varies but full develpment takes years. Hardness is normal. ...Read more
Breast tissue: During puberty, adolescent males develop transient bilateral breast buds (made of breast tissue). Breast tissue is hormonally senstive so it is likely to change during the time of puberty. If a 'breast bud' persists and is unilateral (one side only)-- it should be evaluted. Young men may develop breast cancer (usually those with brca1/2 gene abnormalities). ...Read more
You don't: Breast buds affect ~1/3 males in early puberty and may affect one or both sides concurrently. The process reflects an awakening of the body to hormonal changes. It generally persists for a year or less & disappears gradually as puberty progresses. Rare cases can become prominent. Being overweight tends to make the process more notifiable. ...Read more
Girls puberty: Puberty in girls starts around age 8-9 with hair on lower legs usually first, getting taller next, breast buds next and typically last is pubic hair although that varies. This can all take a few years and some are slower to develp than others. Normal would be first needing a bra from age 9 to 15. Monthly cycles can be normal to start in those age ranges also. ...Read more
Normal: This is normal for an adolescent.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm 18, and in the 5th grade I noticed that I had breast buds. I'm a 34c now and the "bud" is about the size of kiwi and my breast hurt all the time.?
See your doctor: These are symptoms that require a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after obtaining this informstion, can he/she adequately diagnose and treat you. ...Read more
My child is 6. 5 yrs I notice her chest is not flat. She don't fit either stage i, II on the tanner scale. The area feels soft behind the nipple no firm bump. Could this just be fat not breast buds?
Varies: Breast buds are one of the first signs of puberty. Usually the time from start to finish in puberty is about 3 - 4 years. This can be prolonged though in people with lower estrogen. Girls under physiologic stress would see this. Very thin and "over exercised" would fit this category. Puberty then often starts late and takes longer. High levels of exercise in girls is not so positive! ...Read more
Breast growth: From the start to the final result can take several years. No hurry. You can start with a sports/training bra and keep it 2 yrs or need new ones in 6 months. Everyone develops at their own pace. ...Read more
Normal: Breast buds are the first sign of puberty (passage into the adult form of te species) in humans. Both genders get them. In males, they degenerate becoming just normal male nipples. In women hey continue to develop into breast tissue. Rarely, breast tissue persists in males, leading to a condition called gynecomastia. This also goes away, but occasionally needs treatment. ...Read more
Hard to say: At a listed age of 45 I would hope they have done so. If you are asking for someone else, the process from first emergence to final size could be as few as 3 or as many as 7 years. The more background information you provide, the better we can focus on the question. ...Read more