Okay this is a little embarrassing, but my right nipple is really dry and itchy, and has been for about a month or so now. I am only 15, and haven't had my period or anything yet so I am aware that they must still be growing (I can only hope!). Could it be because theey're growing? Then I googled it and it came up with breast cancer! I don't know what to think or believe! Help!
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LMAO!Are you serious??
Hi, You are in the stage of puberty. Pl. find here more details which will help you to find out ans. to your qtns. Puberty is the time when the body changes from that of a child to that of an adult. These changes are brought about by chemicals in the body called hormones. Puberty is the time when a girl becomes physically able to have babies. Puberty generally happens earlier in a girl than it does in a boy, commonly between 9 and 13 years of age. This is the reason why girls may be taller and may act more mature than boys for a few years until the boys catch up. The following changes take place in the body: Breasts: The breasts start to develop, and small, tender lumps appear under one or both nipples that get bigger over the next few years. It is common for one breast to be larger than the other initially. Later they even out as they reach their final size and shape. Girls, therefore, need to wear a bra, an experience that may be exciting as well as embarrassing in the beginning. Hair: Soft, curly hair grow in the pubic area, the area between the legs. Hair also appear under the arms and on the legs. Body shape: Hips become wider and the body begins to deposit fat on the stomach, buttocks, and the legs. This gives the woman's body a more curvaceous shape. Skin: The skin may get more oily and sweats more. Pimples may appear and are called acne. Menstruation: Menstrual "periods" begin in most girls between 9 and 16 years of age. During the menstrual period a blood-like fluid flows out of the vagina. This is a monthly discharge and requires a girl to wear some kind of sanitary pad or tampon to absorb this fluid and keep it from soiling the clothes. Pads have adhesive strips and are worn inside the panties. Tampons are placed inside the vagina. In the beginning the periods are irregular and scanty or heavy. Later they become regular. Most periods last from 3 to 7 days. After the period, there may be a day or two of light bleeding, called spotting. This is normal. If bleeding occurs regularly between periods, the doctor must be consulted. Menstrual periods do not necessarily limit ones activities like swimming, sports, riding, or gym classes. Exercises help get rid of other discomforts that may be present during the periods. These include: cramps bloating soreness or swelling in the breasts headaches sudden mood changes or irritability depression Emotional changes during puberty Besides the many physical changes that occur during puberty, many emotional changes take place as well. Relationships with others may begin to change. Children begin to separate more from parents and identify with other children of the same age. Children begin to feel self-conscious about their bodies and the way they look. Comparisons begin with self and other children. One must remember that everyone goes through puberty at a different pace and eventually, everyone catches up. During this time, children also become more aware of their sexuality. Masturbation Touching or playing with oneâ€™s sex organs for sexual pleasure is called masturbation. It is a normal activity and does not cause any harm. Not all boys and girls masturbate. The frequency of masturbation or for how long one has been masturbating has no bearing on ones ultimate sexual potential. It is perfectly natural to be interested in sex. The sexual urges that one feels during puberty can be very powerful. It is important to stay in control of these feelings and not let them lead one astray.
Dr mojo said it all.
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it cant be breast cancer they would have to be huge for that it cant be breast cancer dont worry about that and you too young to get breast cancer well you could get it at that age but your just to young your just going through puberty
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