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So I'm 5'2 and around 104 pounds. Small figure but still an A cup. Every female in my family has C's Through DD and I'm still wondering why I haven't had any development? I guess eating more will help.
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People can fluctuate quite a lot in cup size throughout their life, not just in puberty, so if it's making you feel insecure there's still time
Even if you don't develop though, at least you can look good in a strapless dress lol (even though tbh all sizes have pretty major benefits and drawbacks)
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How old you are is also a critical factor. If you're still going through puberty you may still be developing.

Not getting enough calories and nutrients can have a major impact your health, growth and development. There are apps like myfitnesspal with can help you track that you are eating enough.

You could also look at your BMI and the NHS's advice:
https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy...mi-calculator/

Being insecure about how you look is far more important than how you actually look. Just remember that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and being happy and healthy is more important than how you look.
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