I am curious as to why my breasts are randomly getting bigger. The past month is when it all started. Let me first start by saying that I am in fact not pregnant. I know for a fact because i got my period last month and i took a pregnancy test last month as me and my fiance are in fact trying to have one. I was also in the hospital last month and hat to get a CAT Scan and they had to make sure i was not pregnant before they did that. So once again i am 110% positive that i am NOT pregnant. I have had no weight gain and no changes in my diet, appetite or health except for right now i am battling strep throat (yuck!). I was put on 500 mg of penicillin 3x a day but that was just started yesterday so that would not be the cause (again this started a month ago). I am not on any type of birth control as said before my fiance and i are trying to get pregnant and i am not on any type of hormones or hormone treatments. I am 19 years old and am a 38C....well was a comfortable 38C before this. I am not busting out of my bras and they are very tight on me. Several of my friends that saw me on different days asked me if i was pregnant or if i was pregnant because of how big they looked. My mother and fiance had both also asked why they were so big. So i am not understanding how they are getting so big randomly and this fast. Does anyone have any opinions or answers. I have had my period since i was 12 years old by the way so as far as i am concerned puberty is over. I have had the same size breasts since i was 14 so again not understanding this. Can anybody help please?! Thanks!
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