What to Expect When Your Breasts Grow

What to expect when your Breasts Grow?

Breast size changes over time. There are many reasons why a woman’s chest may start to get smaller or larger. Some women have been told their nipples are starting to turn black because it is due to age, but there is no proof of that. Other times a woman may just feel her chest getting bigger or smaller than usual.

When a woman notices her chest is getting bigger or smaller, she may worry that something is wrong with her. She might even think that her husband has cheated on her! Women often worry about what other people think of them. They want to keep their confidence up so they don’t look like a loser.

So how can you tell if your chest is actually getting bigger or shrinking?

If your wife starts complaining about feeling fat, then you need to take notice of it immediately. You need to ask her what is going on.

There are several things you can do:

1) Check your own body to see if your chest is getting bigger or smaller.

Is it hardening? Are you gaining weight? Does it hurt when you walk around? Do you have any aches and pains?

If these symptoms occur, then check out some of the following solutions:

2) Go online and search “breast enlargement” or “chest surgery”.

There are hundreds of sites that you can find.

3) Ask a family member or friend if they know what to do about your chest issues.

They may have some good advice.

4) Try looking up “breast surgery san francisco” or “breast implants by city”, this will give you an idea where you can get the best doctors and surgeons in your area.

5) Buy a new shirt that will make your chest appear bigger than it actually is.

6) If none of these suggestions work you may have to check into getting a boob job.

No one likes going to the doctor, but sometimes your health is a priority. You need to remember that we all age at different rates and doctors do make mistakes. It is better to be safe than sorry.

Problem: My chest has been growing lately; is this normal?

It can be concerning if your chest starts getting bigger, even if you are a woman. After all, most men don’t have bulging pectorial muscles. Most men would love to have this problem!

But what can you do if it is actually happening to you?

You should see a doctor and get it checked out. Maybe you have some tumors or cysts on your chest that need to be removed.

If you are a guy and your chest is getting bigger, it could be due to different reasons. Maybe you have a hormone imbalance or you may suffer from gynecomastia. This is very common in teenagers and can also occur in men in their 30’s or 40’s. This condition causes the glandular tissues under the male chest to grow and develop. It often appears as a swelling under the nipples or rise up from the pectorals.

Gynecomastia can be a temporary condition or it can remain with you for the rest of your life. Most men suffer from this condition during puberty when the hormones in their body are shifting and changing. If the condition is only temporary, then it should go away on its own within a year of onset. If the condition goes away on its own, it usually doesn’t come back. If it does come back, then there may be an underlying cause that needs attention.

There are several reasons why you might develop this condition:

Hormone Imbalance

If the condition is caused by a hormone imbalance, then taking the proper medication can help alleviate the problem. You will need to see a specialist such as an endocrinologist who can give you the proper medication. Depending on the case, the doctor may have you undergo some tests before making a decision on what kind of treatment is best for you.

Common medications prescribed for hormone imbalances include:

Oral Contraceptives: If the condition is caused by an estrogen imbalance, then taking birth control can help even out your hormones. There are two types of birth control that work great for this, the combined birth control pill and the minipill. The combined birth control pill contains estrogen and progesterone and works by suppressing the hormones produced by your ovaries. This prevents an egg from being released every month. The minipill only contains the progesterone and works by thickening the mucus around the cervix, preventing a fertilized egg from attaching to the uterus.

This type of pill does not contain estrogen, and should be avoided if you have any history of blood clots, cancers or other conditions. Both types of birth control should be taken daily.

Non-Binary Hormones: If your condition is caused by testoterone hyperproduction, then taking non-binary hormones can help. It is possible that you may have a tumor on your hypothalamus, which is the part of the brain that controls and regulates body temperature, hunger, thirst, fatigue, moods and circadian rhythms. If this is the case, a pituitary adenoma is often found. This type of tumor can cause testosterone to be overproduced in the testes, which can lead to excessive hair growth, a deep voice and enlarged male structures, such as the clitoris. Taking non-binary hormones such as an estrogen and testosterone blocker can help alleviate the problem by blocking testosterone.

You will have to take this medication for the rest of your life.

Testosterone Injections: If the condition is caused by low testosterone levels, then taking testosterone injections can solve the problem. The testosterone is injected into your body where it is absorbed into the blood stream and travels to the hypothalamus. From there, it increases testosterone production in the testes, which leads to the production of other hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone. This will help bring your hormones back to their normal levels.

Hormone Pellets: If non-binary hormone injections don’t work for you, then your doctor may suggest having hormone pellets implanted under your skin.

Sources & references used in this article:

Breast cancer happens when cells in your breast grow and divide in an uncontrolled way, creating a mass of tissue called a tumor. The risk of developing breast … by I Stage, II Stage – my.clevelandclinic.org

Natural Breast Enlargement: The Ultimate Guide to Bigger, Firmer Breasts by C MacKenna – 2018 – books.google.com

A Story about Breasts by SS Germain – Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, 2019 – JSTOR