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Andrea Jean

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Just wondering when you got the most breast growth I've been on hrt for 12 mths and seeing some but just wondering 

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The official timeline is between six months and three years. Age, genetics, etc... are all factors. I've also heard, anecdotally, from other girls here that they've seen development over five years or longer.

 

As an example, I'm at around two years and the girls are still developing. I was a late bloomer for puberty v1, so I imagine they'll keep going for a while yet. Slow and steady.

 

Hugs!

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I have gained 3 inches in my bust line since I started was just wondering 

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As an 11 year veteran of HRT, parts of mine have taken the whole time and have gone through sensitivity stages that were a bit of a problem in the short run. (Ticklish at one point, and erotic overstimulation at another)  At 3 years, just before my GCS I was a B cup and pretty perky near the nipple.  Six months after GCS I had a growth spurt, but it put the tissue under my armpits and widened the growth around the nipple.  I have a couple of girlfriends who had had implants at 2 years before GCS in two cases and an orchiectomy in a third and all three had growth spurts post surgery, and it was bye bye implants due to health reasons.  Inches are only part of the program.

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Hei Andrea,

I am 30 months inn and depending on the band size I am a large A or a small B. I heard it said that us older girls can expect slow growth for up to 10 years before topping out. I am quite happy with what I have.

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Erikka

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I'm 7 1/2 months. My growth has been slow, but steady. No real spurts. Almost a B cup now. So far pleasantly surprised with my results. My endo just increased my dose of E, so we'll see if that has any effect.

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LUCKY girl - I've been told to expect 1 cup size smaller than my mom's and she was hardly an A so I hope I don't get a negative size.

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I think it was close to a year before I was satisfied it wasn’t just wishful thinking.   But I’m kinda old, and my E dose is pretty low.   Kinda funny but I never thought to keep measurements for reference.   Probably 9 or 10 months (On E) I realized I needed to be carful not to bump into things, and hugs could get interesting.   I started HRT almost 2 years ago, but have only been on E for about 15 months.   I’m not on T blocker because spiro nearly killed me.  Doctor said it isn’t necessary (?).  I have A cup bra, and it has finally filled.

 I thing the big thing for me just feeling the girls actually being there after all those years.  They just feel right. 

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Perfect attitude. Sort of like a friend of mine has this attitude when asked what is the best age to be - he says - whatever age you are now.

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On 8/26/2020 at 9:03 AM, Andrea Jean said:

Just wondering when you got the most breast growth

I actually just posted a comment in the Good Morning all Topic, Ive noticed more growth at my year mark.

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At 9 months, I'm seeing both a faster rate of growth and a lot of sensitivity (last month, it slightly hurt to roll on my tummy in bed; this month, I completely avoid even trying).  Also, in the "it happens to a lot of folks" department, for the last month one breast has continued on with development (with a very sensitive bud) while the other seems to be taking a bit of vacation from development.  Not too concerned; I've learned to stay cool and enjoy the journey.

 

I have my 6-month follow-up with my gender clinic doctor soon, and it'll be a great chance to ask her my stored-up questions.

 

Astrid

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Yeah this.   They seem to act as individuals.   But this is true for chic girls as well.  

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ElizabethStar

Mine started at about about 6 weeks on HRT. Right around 4 months I had to go bra shopping. Not that the girls really needed any support but I was find them poking through my shirts and bumpy roads a little painful. Also my band size appears to have gone down.

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i've been on HRT  11 months and my breast started growing in my 4th month. They were mostly just big nipples that throbbed sensitive  now i have more breast tissue i can not hide them people see them now lol. I've heard your breast continue to grow for up to 5 years im so happy about that because i don't want surgery breast i want natural growth from my body.

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Emily michelle

I’m 4 months in and right around the 3 month mark they really started growing I’m just about to the point that I have to wear a bra. I’m happy that it’s almost at a have to stage instead of the want to.

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Bobbie Scott

I was on hormones for about 8 months. I quit for 3months. I'm an a cup, and my left puppy is bigger. I've  been massaging the right 1trying to get it to catch up. Been back on hormones for a week now. Feeling happy.

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I’m a bit late here so I don’t know if anyone is still posting.

 

I think I have an unusual pattern of growth. Maybe some one would like to jump in.

 

I started HRT last year.  Blockers for several months then progesterone 11 months ago.  So after 10 months of that combination nothing was happening except a lot of wishful thinking.  Then suddenly I started having some pain on my left but know.measurable change.  I finally got on E or more precisely DEP.  two weeks ago.  Virtually immediately things began to change. Pain started in the right side.  Now looking in the mirror I swear the shape is changing but still no size difference.  
 

im sure most would question that less Han two weeks from nothing to changes but it’s true.  The only thing I can figure is the the pump was primed and just needed a little help to get moving.

 

Thought?

 

Willow

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That's not all that uncommon. Shape changed first for me too. In us older women, it takes time for everything to come in. I was about... oh, a year in before I got to see some changes I could actually measure. There's been better growth since the GCS too. Even with all that, development comes in bursts. I'll get super sore, then it throttles back for a couple weeks, then there's another spurt. Keep in mind that it takes five to ten years for the HRT to be done changing your body. It's not going to happen overnight and it takes longer than it would have back when we were teenagers.

 

Hugs!

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I want to say thank everyone as well for letting me know what to expect. I had prostate cancer with radiation early this year. I asked for estrogen, but urologist says not yet. I can't wait to find out what estrogen does. I never realized how much I don't like testosterone until it was gone.

 

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Mike

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14 hours ago, Willow said:

I started HRT last year.  Blockers for several months then progesterone 11 months ago.  So after 10 months of that combination nothing was happening except a lot of wishful thinking.  Then suddenly I started having some pain on my left but know.measurable change.  I finally got on E or more precisely DEP.  two weeks ago.  Virtually immediately things began to change.

I was on progesterone for probably 6 months before I could get E.   I didn't notice much until the E kicked in either.

 

On 8/30/2020 at 5:38 PM, onyx said:

I've heard your breast continue to grow for up to 5 years im so happy about that because i don't want surgery breast i want natural growth from my body.

I'm like that too.  I like the idea of "that's all me" there.

I'm not trying to impress anyone.

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Thank you @Willowfor restarting this thread. I'm on the verge of coming out to my Primary Care Doctor, and his staff. The responses from @Jackie C.and @Jandiset real life expectations.

 

Hello @Confused1

 

Best wishes and hugs for y'all,

 

Mindy🐛🌈🦋

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I am out to all my doctors and have been starting with my primary care within days of my therapist working it out with me.  I go to two medical associations it’s right there for any doctors that are part of the association to see.  The second is also a big association were I go for my endocrinologist, psychologist and psychiatrist.  It also has my status AND my preferred name.  I have a new PC whom I’ve only seen once but he also only calls me by my preferred name, and he’s never seen me as anything but male.

 

Doctors are great, be open with them they are our allies!

 

Willow

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2 hours ago, Willow said:

Doctors are great, be open with them they are our allies!

Willow, I've always believed there are two entities you should never keep in the dark about your thoughts and actions. They are your Doctors and Lawyers, thank goodness for HIPAA and Lawyer Client Protections. Everyone else is on a need to know basis.

 

Hugs,

 

Mindy🐛🌈🦋

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2 hours ago, Mmindy said:

I've always believed there are two entities you should never keep in the dark about your thoughts and actions. They are your Doctors and Lawyers,

 

I'll add that it can make a real difference which doctor you choose.  I "fired" my old (male) PCP, who was clueless about gender non-conformance, and was so fortunate to find a (female) PCP -- at the same practice, no less -- who had interned at the gender clinic I go to as part of her rotations, and is wonderfully supportive and helpful.  It's been like night and day for me!  

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