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    My breasts wont stop growing
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    An_224964 posted:
    I'm 31 and my breasts keep growing. When I graduated high school they were a 36 b and at 21 they were a 36 c and 25 they were a 38 d and 30 they were a 44 dd and now they are a 48 dd I've been the same weight since I graduated high school. I don't understand why they are still growing.
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon_15792,

    Have you seen your family doctor yet? Many women do have changes in breast size when they are pregnant, are on birth control pills, or weight gain since breast tissue is fat and glandular and responsive to hormones. Since you mention that your breast size is growing and you don't know why, please do see a doctor to make sure that you are ok.

    This WebMD article may be helpful to you:

    A Lifetime of Healthy Breasts A guide to keeping your breasts healthy now and in the years to come. - Annie


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