Some articles on breast development, breasts, breast, development:
... the center of the areola of one or both breasts, occurring on average at about 10.5 years of age ... By the widely used Tanner staging of puberty, this is stage 2 of breast development (stage 1 is a flat, prepubertal breast) ... This is stage 3 of breast development ...
... Thelarche ( /θɨˈlɑrkiː/) is the onset of secondary (postnatal) breast development, usually occurring at the beginning of puberty in girls ... Thelarche is also referred to as a "breast bud", or more formally as Tanner stage 2 breast development (Tanner stage 1 being the entirely undeveloped prepubertal ... It is typical for a woman's breasts to be unequal in size, particularly while the breasts are developing ...
... Studies indicate that breast development in girls and pubic hair in girls and boys are starting earlier than in previous generations ... minimize the risk of missing a significant medical problem Breast development in boys before appearance of pubic hair or testicular enlargement ... Pubic hair (pubarche) before 8 or breast development (thelarche) in girls with onset before 7 years ...
... Hyperprolactinemia has also been associated with the development of gynecomastia ... patients often experience a state of malnutrition, which may contribute to gynecomastia development ... alcoholic liver disease are further put at risk for development of gynecomastia ethanol may directly disrupt the synthesis of testosterone and the presence of phytoestrogens ...
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