INFORMATION ON DEVELOPING BREASTS

Growing breasts is just a normal part of being a girl, but for something so normal, breast development can raise a lot of questions. 
“When will they grow?” 
“When will they stop growing?” 
“Are mine normal?”
From all the questions that girls ask us about breast development, it’s obvious that this part of growing up can be exciting, worrisome, and even annoying – all at the same time! It’s exciting because growing breasts means you are growing up and your body is doing what it is supposed to do. The worrisome parts can be made a lot better by understanding what’s normal and what to expect.  And the annoying part? Well, having breasts takes a little getting used to, but there are some things you can do to make them less bothersome.
 How they start
When your breasts begin to grow, you might not SEE the growth as much as you FEEL it.  Your nipples can be sore or tender to touch.  Often, it’s just one side.  That means things are starting!  
If you notice pain in or behind your nipple, you might also be able to feel a firm bump underneath it. The bump is called a breast bud and it can be as small as a blueberry or a little bigger.  The bump under your nipple will make the dark skin that surrounds the nipple (called the areola, uh REE oh la), look puffy or bigger.  The combination of your nipple, areola and the bump underneath it is called a breast bud. That’s how it all begins – with a bud.
Pain?
It’s perfectly normal for one or both buds to hurt or feel tender. Once the budding begins, your breasts will go through growth spurts just like the rest of your body does.  As your breasts go through those growth spurts, you will probably have pain or tenderness again. Just like you can have growing pains in your legs, your breasts will have some growing pains too.
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If your nipples feel sensitive or raw, make sure you wear soft fabrics over them. Sometimes, even t-shirts can feel too rough against sore nipples.  If your breasts hurt when you run or move, a regular bra can help, but a sports bra can do a better job of holding your breasts snuggly to your body so they don’t jiggle when you’re active. And if they still hurt, it can help to place a warm (not hot!) heating pad or cloth over them.
Even when your breasts have been growing for a couple of years, you might still get some “growing pains.”  And just like you need bigger clothes as your body grows, you need bigger bras as your breasts grow.  A well-fitting bra is important for your comfort, so make sure you get help finding the right fit. Believe it or not, there are actually expert bra fitters in some department stores and stores that specialize in underwear and bras.
Lopsided?
It’s also perfectly normal to have a bud on just one side.  Sometimes both of your breasts will “bud” together, but usually, one side starts first, then the other side starts a few weeks to a few months later and catches up in size.  Don’t be surprised if one breast stays a little larger than the other.  That’s normal. Our bodies aren’t exactly the same on each side.  Just like one foot is usually a tiny big bigger than the other, one breast is usually a little different than the other.  Once your breasts are finished growing, they will be pretty close to the same size.
Bumps and Lumps?
When breasts buds form, some girls worry that the knot or lump under the nipple is a sign of breast cancer.  It’s important to know how your breasts grow so you don’t worry.  Breast buds are not cancer, and breast cancer doesn’t normally happen when you are a pre-teen or teen. In fact, it is still rare for breast cancer to happen to anyone under the age of 30.
There are other breast lumps and bumps that you might notice as you develop. Some girls will grow small bumps (a little bigger than a pimple) on the areola.  These are glands that make oils to keep your nipples soft.  They are normal, but not all girls have them. 
There may also be smaller bumps (the size of goosebumps) with thick, curly hairs growing out of them.  Some girls, especially those with darker hair, will grow hairs around the areola.  The bumps that the hairs grow out of are called hair follicles, and they are normal, too. Some girls have them, most don’t.
Once your breasts have grown beyond buds, you may find that your breast tissue feels lumpy all over.  And guess what? Don’t worry.  Normal breasts have tiny lumps everywhere. They are made of glands that are tiny, but you can feel them.  You know how cottage cheese has little lumps throughout?  Normal breast tissue is kind of like that – little, soft lumps all over that you can’t see through the skin, but you can barely feel. 
Stretch Marks
During puberty, you will do some pretty fast growing.  Sometimes your body grows so fast that your skin has trouble stretching fast enough to keep up. When that happens, you might see “stretch marks.”  Stretch marks start as red to purple lines on the skin, and eventually fade to a more natural skin color.  They are most common on breasts and hips.  You can’t totally stop stretch marks, but a bra that fits well can help prevent them from being worse. 
Early and Late blooming
It’s normal for breasts to start growing as young as eight years old or as late as twelve. If you’re on the young side, it can seem like they are growing too fast, too soon.  Just because you develop early doesn’t mean your breasts will keep growing and be giant.  And if you are the last one of your friends to grow breasts, it doesn’t mean they will be small.  Breast size is partly determined by what you inherit from your mom’s family and your dad’s family and the other pat comes from the foods you eat and we will touch on that a little later in the article. The timing of your development can also depend on your ancestors although oestrogen mimicking food additives are mostly responsible for the world wide transition to younger development. Either way, being the one of the first or last to develop can feel awkward.  
With all this growing and changing, it’s important to remember that your body knows what to do and will do it at the right time for you.  Throughout your preteen and teen years, you will continue to grow and change shape.  Remember that you will grow on your own schedule and you will have your own unique look and shape. Do your best to trust your body and take care of it so it can help you accomplish lots of great things. From the time of early development the industry will install fear into you about your breasts. The breast industry is worth trillions around the world. So every day you will see warnings. These warnings are dangerous in themselves as they encourage fear which helps produce an acid ph in your body. Along with many foods which you already know are acid producing. Ok so it is acid metabolism which is the danger. If your metabolism is alkaline you will never get cancer. So this also rules out all the genetic arguments which the medical profession use when they are stumped for an answer. The genetic connection is so obvious in that you tend to eat the same foods as your parents for the first 15 years of your life if not more.
Ok now you are thinking if the doctors do not always know the answers how does the writer know. Ok so there is a true story of a lady in Wisconsin in 1971. A 21 year old student with breast cancer by the name of Renee Welhouse. Her doctor removed the breasts but failed to stop the cancer. By 1985 the doctors had also given her another 14 surgeries including thyroidectomy, hysterectomy and a bone marrow transplant. Everything failed. They then wanted to amputate a leg and give her a liver transplant. She found out about detoxing from a fellow bible study student and decided to throw away all the drugs. She followed a detox program which you will be able to find in the reversal section of this website. She eliminated the cancer and became quite famous in naturopathic and nutritional near Madison Wisconsin but was killed in a car accident in 2008 at the age of 58. She helped many hundreds of people in that time. The moral of the story is cleansing which brings about the return of an alkaline ph to the body. If you think the medical alternatives to getting an alkaline metabolism have improved over the last 40 years, think again they have just got more complicated and more expensive.
So to end the discussion there are some more important facts for developing girls which you will probably not want to hear but the truth hurts. Ok!
Women are designed to be mothers and every part of the body has a logical connection to this role. The female is meant to be beautiful and always mindful of appearance. Unfortunately most of the substances on sale for the purpose are damaging because they contain chemicals which are oestrogen mimicking. They can cause bigger breasts and more chances of cancer as well as problems with hormones and moods. It is a good idea to find an all natural manufacturer and use products sparingly.
Then there is a very powerful connection to offspring. Like a limb, which is removed. If the child is born normally the connection remains forever. You are a mother forever and your hormones and emotions are locked into this. If the child is aborted, adopted out or lost through miscarriage it is a disaster for a female. A female needs help and support and understanding from a partner or family in this case. Love is important and love is opposite to fear. It is very alkaline so it is anti cancer. Avoid abortions to avoid mental anguish.
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