And the annoying part? Well, having breasts takes a little getting used to, but there are some things you can do to make them less bothersome. Your nipples can be sore or tender to touch. That means things are starting! If you notice pain in or behind your nipple, you might also be able to feel a firm bump underneath it. The bump is called a breast bud and it can be as small as a blueberry or a little bigger.
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Jul 8, Apr 11, Hi Janet I have two primaries although I couldn't find a way to show this in my diagnosis section of my profile. First bout ever with BC - pretty much at low risk with the exception of getting older and being a woman. Lumpectomy, clean margins September Second lumpectomy with SNB December I'm now starting rads for both breasts due to grade of cancerl cells although all tumors are tiny 2mm, 3mm, 9mm. I am recommended to take tamoxifen for five years following radiation but will carefully consider this as I suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage January 5th.
See also separate Delayed Puberty and Precocious Puberty articles. Puberty is the process by which a child's body develops into an adult body and becomes capable of reproduction. It involves physical growth and sexual and psychosocial maturation.
Print From a healthcare professional: I have a six year-old girl with breast buds. How much of an evaluation is necessary? The onset of breast development in girls less than 8 years of age may be the first sign of precocious puberty or more likely a condition referred to as benign premature thelarche. Benign thelarche is most commonly seen in girls who are under 2 or older than 6 years of age.