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    Just been wondering (and a little hopeful) about this. I've heard that breasts supposedly stop growing at 18 - my age now. But I've always been a very late bloomer; although I started my period fairly earlyish, I've only just got an "adult figure" (i.e curves) and lost my baby face within the past year or so. I'm fairly small chested, and only recently have I begun to notice any growth there. One breast is slightly bigger than the other - it's not really visible to see, but I can feel it, and I've only just noticed this lately, meaning they're still growing?

    Anywho, my question is, is it likely that I'll continue growing a bit more, perhaps a cup size or two, even though I'm 18? No one in my family is small-breasted, and it only seems that in the past year my hormones have kick-started into making any difference. I'm just worried because of all the sites saying "blahh it all stops when you're 18."

    Thanks in advance for any advice.
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    i'm hoping for a grow spurt too.... i'm nearly 19 now and have noticed a small growth in the past few weeks so there's hope yet
 
 
 
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