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?
My breasts hurt. Could this be breast cancer?
My breasts are different sizes. Should I be worried?
Let's get one thing straight: boobs are boobs. They can be round or flat, plump or small, pointy or saggy, wide-set or forward-facing. And did you know there are eight different types of nipples? That's right. And what's crazy is that the world expects all our boobs to be the same, to fit into some "perfect" mold — which usually includes a form-fitting bra. Seriously, is there anything really wrong with going commando? The amazing, Jennifer Lawrence once said : "I never leave my house. Then I don't have to put a bra on and I don't have to change my pants. It's time to change the perception that women can't rock a braless outfit. Because we so can.
When I talk to girls about puberty, breasts are one of the main topics that come up. And it makes sense! Breasts are a major part of your body development, and they usually start growing a year or so before you start your period, which makes them one of the first changes you have to deal with. It often takes about five years, with many of the big changes happening during the first two years, for your breasts to really start taking shape. Just like the other changes that come with puberty, your breasts will grow at the time that is right for your body. Your nipples and areolae the colored circle on your breast surrounding the nipple get darker and larger, too. You will probably need to get different bras during this time as your breasts get bigger. This is usually about three to five years after you first develop breast buds, but it can take longer.
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