Intimate questions about how old the woman starts menopause, to how many years the man grows penis (or, as it is called - penis) when stops the growth of the mammary glands, are very concerned about the youth. However, to ask the parents, they often hesitate.

Breast growth lasts until the birth of their first child

Scientists have proved that the size and shape of a woman's Breasts continue to change throughout a woman's life, although in a more Mature age, it is almost never felt. In General, breast growth ends with the end of adolescence, that is, for most girls this occurs in 17-18 years. Reference here can serve as a period – usually a year or two after the complete normalization cycle, the breast ceases to grow. Among physicians there is another opinion. Some of them believe the breast growth stops after the completion of puberty, and after the first birth. While the woman will feed her baby breast milk, her Breasts will be slightly increased in size.
Of course, it is obvious that after birth, the Breasts enlarge, but still there is a dilemma – whether to consider such a change in growth or just a temporary deformation.

Growth factors of the breast

On the dynamics of growth and size of Breasts can be affected by many other factors. First, one such factor is genetics. If you are interested in, how many years until this will grow your bust, you can just ask your mom, grandma or another close relative about their similar experience. By the way, breast size for all women in the maternal line does not coincide very rarely. An important role in the process of breast growth and hormones play a if girls dominated the female type, her breast will grow faster and will be quite large.
If estrogens (namely the so-called female hormones) in the body are insufficient, the mammary glands may develop untimely and unevenly.

Among the secondary factors that affect the process of breast growth in girls can be identified such as national identity, health status, quality food, geographical place of residence. For example, girls who are born and live in the South or East, are developing slightly faster than their Northern and Western peers. The presence of a sufficient amount of proteins, fats and vitamins in the diet also indirectly affect the growth of mammary glands.