Dina asked in HealthWomen's Health · 9 years ago

During your period does your breasts grow?

If not during your cycle then when??

6 Answers

  • Greg
    Lv 5
    9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    I know you're going to say "how can a guy know about this?" Well I've had girlfriends and now a wife, and I know a woman's cycle, plus I love the medical field, so this stuff interests me.

    Yes, your breasts can get "bigger" due to retaining fluids. I'd have to do a little research but I believe it is just part of when you retain water which makes you bloat a little, including yoru breasts. About a week or so before your period, your breasts will get tender and hurt, and then at some point they will plump a bit. Then you have your period, and at the end of that you lose the bloated feeling and your breasts go back to normal.

    I believe if you're on the pill, your breasts could potentially feel larger during the days that you take a pill. And then when you stop taking the pill on those days that your period is due, they may go down a little since the pill has hormones that make your body think that it is pregnant.

    Again, this is hearsay and experience from years of being around girls, but one thing I know for sure, because I have heard it a hundred times, is that your breasts change sizes throughout the month.

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    5 years ago

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  • 9 years ago

    YES!!! They grow bigger when on your period. When a female gets her period they tend to go through a growth spirt after that. it still may take time. Not as soon as you get it.Breast size fluctuates throughout a woman's life (e.g. pregnancy, period, weight, etc.)The age at which breasts stop growing is all dependent on the individual. Generally, girls will start growing breasts anywhere between the ages of 7 and 13. When growth begins is determined on your own body and when the level of female hormones escalates to the needed amount. Girls will typically find that their breasts will stop growing around the ages of 17 or 18, though some experts believe that a woman's breasts will reach their final size once they've had a child. But since not all women decide to have children, the average age that a woman will experience a stop in growth is in her late teens

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Nope :) They only feel and look like they do because your body gets bloated and retains water before or during your period. It goes away after.

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    4 years ago


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  • noa
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    No.. they may become tender and feel larger. The only time mine actually got bigger was during pregnancy.

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