Too small for what? I was in high school a long time ago. A dude named Presley was hitting the music scene and lads from England were on the horizon. And who set those numbers as being the ones that everyone tried anything that was available to make their breasts and body match those "standards"?
This Video of a Little Boy Touching His Aunt's Breasts Has the Internet Up in Arms
How Your Boobs Change in Your 20s, 30s, and 40s
It is normal for girls and teenagers to have lots of questions about their breasts as they start to develop. Seeing the body change can be daunting, and it is perfectly normal to worry about what to expect. Here are some common questions and answers about breast development to help guide teenagers through the process. Breasts develop as the hormones estrogen and progesterone are released at puberty. These hormones make the breast tissue grow.
I do not think you need a second opinion at this time. A breast bud generally does not suggest that there are any significant hormonal problems or that this is related to breast cancer if there is a family history of breast cancer, I would mention it to your child s doctor. By having her examined, the doctor gets a good history, checks to see if there are any other signs of puberty, any evidence of secondary sexual characteristics developing, or other possible causes for the lump. Reassurance is appropriate along with just observation over time.
When a young girl's body prepares her for puberty, many changes begin to take place 2. These changes signify the beginning of her journey into adulthood and being prepared for these changes will help make these transitions smoother and less stressful for both her and her parents. Knowing what to expect and having open lines of communication with her parents will ease her mind and help her remember that this a natural and ongoing process.