There are many women who throughout their lives feel self-conscious about the size of their breasts; some for lack of chest and others for having too much. The size of the breasts is, in fact, one of the body parts that more women would change their anatomy. Have you ever wondered at what age breasts stop growing or how breast growth occurs during puberty?
How the breast grows
When you start the ovulation process for the first time, that is, when you have your first period, the maturation stage of the breasts also begins. This process can vary in each woman and the data is merely indicative, but the usual age for development is between 8 and 13 years, with 10 years being the usual average age at which girls' breasts grow.
For the bust to develop, it is necessary for a thin layer of branching epithelial tissue or specialized cells to form within the tissues. These ramifications are what create fatty tissue and allow the breast to develop its shape and size.
To explain it as graphically as possible, we are going to describe the breast growth process by dividing it into 5 stages:
- Coinciding with the preadolescent period, the tip of the nipple begins to rise. It is only a nipple elevation; the breast so far remains without signs of growth. This is perhaps the ideal time to start wearing a top, a bra adapted to this stage of growth that does not have underwire or cups and serves to offer support to the breasts when they begin to grow.
- The areola begins to enlarge and the nipples begin to rise with a slight enhancement of the breasts, which slowly begin their growth process.
- Glandular tissue begins to form in the breasts and the breasts begin to grow more noticeably.
- At this stage of breast growth, both the areola and the nipple begin to become more prominent.
- In the last stage you can see how the breasts have acquired a more rounded shape and the nipple has risen. It can be said that in this last period the breast has matured.
Summarizing this process, the fat accumulates in the connective tissue, giving rise to the progressive enlargement of the bust .
When do breasts stop growing – answer
Once we have seen the process of breast growth, the inevitable questions arise, such as: when does a woman stop developing? Or at what age do women stop growing?
The age range that is considered for the breasts to finish their growth is usually from 18 to 20 years old, the age at which development has been completed and the puberty stage has ended.
However, a moment ago we were talking about the ramifications that make breast growth possible. You should know that these ramifications are growing throughout a woman's reproductive life, that is, during pregnancy, when she breastfeeds, etc., so that, even if there is an age range in which your breast stops growing coinciding With the end of your development, keep in mind that your breasts can change in size throughout your life depending on many other factors, including hormonal factors.
How do I know if my breasts will continue to grow?
For many girls it is important to know if the bust will continue to grow , but this is an answer that cannot be categorical. Yes, we can give you some guidelines, and it is that if the women in your family (grandmother, aunt, mother) have large breasts, it is quite likely that you will develop voluminous breasts. If you have developed later than usual, keep in mind that the maturation of your development will also be later, so the breast can continue to grow beyond 18-20 years.
In addition, we want to offer you some tips on how to make your bust grow without having to undergo surgery. Take note!
How to grow breasts without surgery
- Exercise: the strengthening of the pectorals can be reflected in an increase in the bust. For this, the exercises that we recommend are push-ups and workouts in which the pectorals are exercised.
- Massages: massages can stimulate the growth of the breasts, but it is important that they are massages with gentle and constant manipulations. To do this, make circular movements around the chest using the tips of your fingers to ensure that the movements are smooth.
- Yoga – As with traditional sports, yoga can help breast growth due to the strengthening that occurs in the muscles. The most recommended postures to work the chest are the bow, the posture of the cobra, the posture of the warrior or the triangle.