Im a small 34b im 23 years old but look 16 will my breast stay this size or like i said i look 16 is it possible that my body is developing at a slower rate i guess?
Will Breast Keep Growing After 23?
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Your breast can change throughout your life time
If you are a late developer your breast may continue to change a bit, and your breast will indeed change throughout your life. The breast isn't mature until your first pregnancy when the glandular breast will develop. Size can change with weight loss or gain as well. If volume is the issue an augmentation might be right for you.
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Will my breasts keep growing after 23?
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Breast Growth Usually Stops By Age 20
Although breast growth varies from patient to patient, it generally stops between 16 and 20 years of age. Even though growth stops, the breast continues to undergo changes for the remainder of a women’s life. This is affected by weight gain, pregnancy, lactation and gravity.
At 23, it’s unlikely that your breasts will change without a life changing event such as pregnancy or weight gain. In patients with stable breast size, breast augmentation is definitely a consideration.
In General, Breasts Stop Growing Before 23 Years of Age
It is very unlikely that you will have any more breast growth after the age of 18-20. Most of the hormonal influences for growth will be gone
Breast growth unlikely at this point..
It is unlikely that your breast size will change unless you gain a significant amount of weight. Pregnancy can also change your breasts, but generally it does not make them larger in the long run.
Will breasts grow
There is no way to tell if your breasts will continue to grow with time. The thing that will affect them the most as far as the size s concern is weight gain. If you gain weight, your breast will likely get larger.
Web reference: http://edelsonplastic.com/breast/breast-augmentation/
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