Breast development can be an exciting and nervous time during any young girl’s life. Breast growth is one of the sure signs that a girl is becoming a woman. However, there are many physical and emotional issues which can create negative feelings during this highly sensitive time period in every woman’s life.
This dialog explores breast growth from both anatomical and emotional viewpoints. We will explain the anatomical alterations that cause breasts to grow and detail the psychology of these vital changes.
Breast Development Facts
Breasts do not have any standardized time frame to begin their transformation from mere buds to fully formed adult mammary glands. Most girls see the beginning of growth around the age of 11 or 12. Some girls experience significant growth far younger and many do not see any growth until their later teens. Breasts continue to develop for many years and most women do not see the end of growth until some time in their early twenties.
Most girls experience the beginnings of growth in their nipples and areolae. Typically, the nipples swell, and demonstrate a puffy appearance, as the very first signs of adult development.
The breast mound then grows under and around the nipple, creating a mature appearance. Young breasts are often perky, high and firm, but can vary in size, shape, feel, symmetry and appearance. No two breasts are exactly alike, not even on the same woman.
Breast Development Problems
Irregular breast conditions often start during the time a young girl begins to experience breast growth. Breast abnormalities can make this difficult time even more traumatizing and can lead to permanent physical and emotional concerns.
Girls who grow too fast, too slow, too large or too small are also sometimes made to feel somehow different and defective. Girls who endure teasing or inappropriate attention directed at their breasts (or lack of) are often affected in their personal development and might hold on to this emotional anguish for life.
Many of these same girls eventually look to cosmetic surgery to fix actual or perceived problems with their breasts. Luckily, for women with real physical and emotional breast issues, there are effective and permanent solutions which can satisfy their internal body image dreams and put this anger and insecurity to rest.
Breast Development Assurances
There is no right time to develop. There is certainly no right size to grow into. Every woman is unique, in that her breasts will find their own size and shape when they are ready to do so.
For women who do experience a noticeable abnormality, medical treatment is sometimes advised. Plastic surgeons recognize the considerable lifelong psychological trauma suffered by many women with a correctable physical condition. This is precisely why they have developed procedures to resolve virtually every possible troublesome abnormality, at every stage of a woman’s life.
To learn more information about creating the breasts that you long for, consider a surgical or non-surgical breast enhancement treatment. If Mother Nature dropped the ball when it came to giving you the breasts you always wanted, at least you still have effective options for realizing your body image goals.