I have breast buds, how long will they take to grow into actual breasts?

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.
Depends. . Your age, menstrual history, and duration of buds are the important factors here. Within a year or two your breasts should be blossoming, if not check with your doctor.

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How long for breast buds to grow into bosooms?

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...

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?

Puberty. Breast development is an early sign of puberty. Look for other signs of normal development - armpit hairs, body odor, acne. . Read more...
Hard to say. The good thing is you have budding within the expected time frame. The difficult thing is whether and how much you will fill out.Most do so by 13-14 when your first period will be expected but some take longer.There is also great variation in the amount you can expect.Good luck. Read more...

When do girls all start to grow breast buds?

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...
Wide range. You expect to see emergence of one budding on one or both sides between 8 & 13.(2nd side will catch up ) Failure to see any budding by 13 and or menses by 16 would warrant a workup for pubertal delay. Read more...

Hi, I'm 17 and I'm starting to grow facial hair pretty fast now, but my breast buds are getting bigger and I have Brest development. (Tanner 4)?

Breast development. Breast development in boys at puberty is common. It is called gynecomastia and often gets better on its own after months. Other causes of gynecomastia are prescription drugs or illegal drugs. Marijuana is one common offender. Read more...

My daughter is 12. She has no discharge yet and no under arm hair. She has pubic hair in her private area and she has had breast buds for a long time. Is it normal?

Don't worry. Be patient, you're likely to see more physical changes over the next 6-12 months. Read more...
Telearchy. She has a condition known as telearchy, which means that there is early breast development which can occur as early as age six. This is a benign condition and will not affect her maturation. Read more...

Do breast buds stay forever in a man?

Not necessarily. With your age, perhaps waiting another 1-2 years and see if their are any changes. I have had a few patients I have referred to plastic surgeons to do their work. Read more...
Shouldn't. Pubertal gynecomastia will occur in 1/3 to 1/2 of males & generally last about a year before fading.Up to 3 years is noted occasionally before disappearing. Overweight kids can appear to have it from just fat accumulation.If present after 3 years, surgical removal of the glandular tissue & liposuction of any associated fatty tissue may be needed. Read more...