All about your breasts
Choma, every girl’s breasts develop and grow differently. Despite their popularity, how much do you really know about breasts choma? Here are some interesting facts about them.
What are normal sized breasts?
Feeling self-conscious about your breasts is natural. This could be due to the size or shape of them or it could be the size of the nipples making you feel like this. There is no normal size for breasts choma, they come in all shapes, sizes and colours. You may also find that one breast is bigger than the other, that’s still normal.
They can dry up real quick
The skin over your breasts is usually thinner than that of the rest of your body. So make sure you moisturize!
When is the right time to wear a bra?
Whether you decide to wear a bra or not is your choice choma. Once your breasts grow to a certain size then you may want to start wearing a bra. The decision is still entirely up to you. If you do decide to start wearing bras then try and ask for help, either from an older female family member or from a salesperson, on what bra size you should buy. Don’t be scared to ask choma. There are different styles of bras you can choose from choma. From push up bras to sports bras, find ones that you feel most comfortable with.
Wrong bra size
Some girls are wearing the wrong bra size and aren’t even aware of it. Some other girls are aware that they may be wearing the wrong bra size but it’s either because they don’t know who to turn to for help or because of embarrassment. Wearing the wrong bra size can lead to health problems, like back pain from developing a bad body posture from slouching too much. Wrong sized bras (particularly tight bras) put pressure on your chest causing the back pain. Due to the effects of gravity of your breasts, you tend to slouch. If your bra makes you uncomfortable then that may be a sign that you need to change your bra size. Ask a friend to help measure you, go to a store and ask an assistant to measure you or you can even do it yourself. Your breasts deserve the best coverage. As a result of your body changing, whether it’s because of weight gain or weight-loss for example, make sure you regularly measure your breasts to get the right bra size.
Breast Cancer Risk
Choma, you may notice your breasts going through different changes, like they may swell or be become tender during ‘that time of the month’. But if these changes remain the same even after you’ve had your period, and you also start feeling lumps which cause you some discomfort or you’re worried about them, then you may need to visit a gynaecologist as soon as possible to help you find out if you have cancer. Developing breast cancer as a teenager is rare. The earlier you check your breasts for possible cancer, the sooner you and your doctor can find out if you have cancer. Never be scared to check yourself for breast cancer symptoms choma, it could save your life.
Even though your breasts are still growing and developing, it doesn’t hurt to feel and look at them once in a while, after all they are a part of your body, and just like you appreciate other parts of your body, your breasts are no exception choma. Learn to accept your breasts, no matter the size and shape.
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