I'm 25 years old and have been a C36 since I was 17 year's old. Not that I'm bragging I just find it extremely odd that my cup size has increased. I'm not pregnant nor have I ever been. I havent gained any recent weight. In fact, I lost 12 pounds this past week. My younger sister pointed out that she doesn't think I'm a c36 so I went out to the bra store and got measured. The sale's girl there says I'm in the D area ( less then a cm ) away from DD. My question is : is this normal for breast to grow in your 20's? should i ask a doctor? if so which kind of doctor should I be asking.
Ladies, if anyone could anwser it would be very helpful. Thank you very much.
It could be that youre cup size is just different in different brands, I have ran into that problem before. Go to a specialty bra shop and they can measure you so that you will know. I also had my breasts grow twice after my twenties! I was around an A or B at 18 and then went to a C around 22. I am now growing more and I am 28. Part of it is my weight. I was only around 100 pounds at 18, and then went up to 130 and now Im at 160 lb. Hope this helps!
Thank you both! No No I can't find any lumps... I was scared for a moment because my mom's younger sister had a lump that got removed. It wasn't cancer but it was a lump. uhhum... I've been a big girl all of my life. So, I doubt it's because of my weight. Maybe your ladies are right about different size in different brands. I don't even know. Either way thanks for the information. I feel less scared now. hcoleman, if you've grown twice in your life then I think I'll be fine.
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