Teenager boob

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When I was about 21, I felt a hard place at the top of my right breast. Of course, I started worrying that I might have breast cancer, but I was too scared to call the doctor about it. When I went for my next check-up, I told him I found a lump. He acted like I should know the difference between a muscle and a lump, but how would I know? No one had ever explained to me what lumps feel like and what I should be looking for.

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A WOMAN who grew up with drastically lopsided boobs has shed five stone after doctors warned she was too fat for corrective surgery. But, when it came to having a boob implant to even up her chest, Daniella was told her hefty frame meant operating was too risky. So, the determined year-old ditched the takeaways, crisps and chocolate, losing five stone in five months. At 15 Daniella realised her boobs weren't growing at the same rate, and after nagging her mum she was referred to a specialist. Her confidence plummeted and after being nicknamed "tissue tits" by cruel bullies at school who spotted she tried to disguise her wonky boobs with tissue, she turned to food. The bag inserted under her skin, was filled with saline solution every six months, in the hope it would create the space needed to fit a proper implant when Daniella turned She recalled: "I felt like I was too young to be going through such a huge operation at 17, but I knew it needed to be done.

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Puberty is the stage of adolescence when your child begins to develop physically into an adult. During puberty, a girl's breasts begin to grow. As the breasts develop, problems like lumps or infections sometimes occur. These problems can be alarming. But they are common and rarely serious.
You may have many changes in your breasts as a teen and young adult. Some changes are linked to your period. Others are linked to birth control pills, or to other hormonal forms of birth control. In some cases, changes may happen at any time for no clear reason.