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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Will breasts keep growing after age 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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Breast developing after age 23
At 23 your breasts should have finished developing. The size may change with weight gain/loss and pregnancy. If you would like to have larger/fuller breasts I recommend seeing a board certified plastic surgeon for a consultation. Best of luck!
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Breast development after 23?
Breast Growth After 23
An in-person exam with a board-certified plastic surgeon is the best way to assess your needs and provide true medical advice.
Breast Development after 23
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