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Just had to post to break the 100 post goal for this thread!! hehe

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34 minutes ago, Charlie Dakota said:

 

Just had to post to break the 100 post goal for this thread!! hehe

 

Numbers Girl Too. 
 

Love it 

 

🌈🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋

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2 hours ago, Mmindy said:

Numbers Girl Too. 
 

Love it 

 

🌈🐛🏳️‍⚧️🦋

🙂 

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Almost 3.1K posts in under a year. It'll be interesting to see how many I can get in one year!

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On 1/18/2024 at 4:56 PM, Charleigh Dakota said:

Hi, does anyone know either how normal or how rare it is to grow to a big enough size to not be able to go topless around your boys anymore after just 7 1/2 weeks of HRT? When I say "big enough" I am only talking about maybe an A cup...if that but def very noticeable and recognizable as female breasts!! FYI: I am only 5ft 9in and 150 lbs and have not gained any weight since going on HRT so they are def not moobs.

congratulations dear..sounds great 

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I have been on estrogen for 6 1/2 months and yesterday I measured my chest. My band measurement was 40” and my bust was 42”. So 40B from a flat chest in less than 7 months. They still do not quite fill a Maidenform 40B bra cups, but they are getting there. Hopefully I won’t need to wear silicone inserts anymore soon. I am hoping I get to at least a larger C cup. The downside is that my breasts are frequently itchy and often sore. 

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On 3/22/2024 at 9:59 AM, Lorelei said:

I have been on estrogen for 6 1/2 months and yesterday I measured my chest. My band measurement was 40” and my bust was 42”. So 40B from a flat chest in less than 7 months. They still do not quite fill a Maidenform 40B bra cups, but they are getting there. Hopefully I won’t need to wear silicone inserts anymore soon. I am hoping I get to at least a larger C cup. The downside is that my breasts are frequently itchy and often sore. 

good for you dear. my guess is soreness is good sign things are going on there. water them n hope. smiles

 

actually was speaking to someone other day n they said the growth leveled off after a few years  which coincided with a few years of very high stress..n then when the high stress resolved, she grew another cup size.. ;)

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On 3/22/2024 at 8:59 AM, Lorelei said:

I have been on estrogen for 6 1/2 months and yesterday I measured my chest. My band measurement was 40” and my bust was 42”. So 40B from a flat chest in less than 7 months. They still do not quite fill a Maidenform 40B bra cups, but they are getting there. Hopefully I won’t need to wear silicone inserts anymore soon. I am hoping I get to at least a larger C cup. The downside is that my breasts are frequently itchy and often sore. 

You have grown more breast tissue than most some only get one size and that is it. I went from 42C to 42DD but I'm also taking supplements. It's risky to take the supplements but to me it's worth the risk. 

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On 3/22/2024 at 8:59 AM, Lorelei said:

The downside is that my breasts are frequently itchy and often sore. 

I'm into my fourth month of HRT and just titrated up in dosage after my last checkup. This is my life. 🤭

 

I have yet to grow out of my B cup bras, but I have noticed more fullness, having started with gynecomastia. I am seeing less gapping in bras with my right breast, which has always been smaller than my left. My areolae are slightly pronounced/projected now, that are larger but not vastly greater in circumference, and I have noticed little to no nipple changes beyond their painful sensitivity.

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I hope this is not stupid question..I have yet to start n not sure if doc will approve..but once you start growing buds n such, can you still wear forms to get to the size you were?

 

I'm a dad, so when I start blossoms they will be smaller for a long time n probably need surgical augmented..that's fine. I don't want to go ddd to aa to ddd..

 

any ideas?

 

thank you

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13 minutes ago, missyjo said:

once you start growing buds n such, can you still wear forms to get to the size you were?

I have never worn breastforms, but I assume as long as they don't aggravate your nipples you could.

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7 minutes ago, missyjo said:

I hope this is not stupid question..I have yet to start n not sure if doc will approve..but once you start growing buds n such, can you still wear forms to get to the size you were?

 

I'm a dad, so when I start blossoms they will be smaller for a long time n probably need surgical augmented..that's fine. I don't want to go ddd to aa to ddd..

 

any ideas?

 

thank you

I don't see why not. I have worn forms since I came out. 

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15 minutes ago, missyjo said:

I'm a dad, so when I start blossoms they will be smaller for a long time n probably need surgical augmented.

I don't understand why this would make a difference being a "dad" I mean, as far as how they would grow.

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here's wishing n hoping from the sidelines 

 

thanks girls

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On 3/28/2024 at 8:34 AM, MaeBe said:

I'm into my fourth month of HRT and just titrated up in dosage after my last checkup. This is my life. 🤭

 

I have yet to grow out of my B cup bras, but I have noticed more fullness, having started with gynecomastia. I am seeing less gapping in bras with my right breast, which has always been smaller than my left. My areolae are slightly pronounced/projected now, that are larger but not vastly greater in circumference, and I have noticed little to no nipple changes beyond their painful sensitivity.

 

Going through the same. Areola more noticeable (which i like) and very sensitive, more in a painful way. Have not experienced any erotic sensation from them. 

Thank you for sharing your experience. It helps to hear I'm not alone.

On HRT for approximately 3 months here.

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I wore Breast Forms (B-Cup) untill I started showing my natural breasts enough where I felt comfortable not wearing them. But, while I still have them, I am  happy with my A cup natural breasts for the time being while I wait for them to continue growing (I am about 6 months HRT). When I did wear them, I did not feel any irritation or anything to my natural breasts....except I did notice they for some reason made me sweat more under them...assumingly due to the more form fitting contour of my natural breast and the breast forms. But no...it did not hurt a thing.

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^ Sometimes, in the days when I did wear breast forms far more often, I never felt any sort of irritation either. Yes, maybe I would get a bit hot and sweat under them, but it was never an issue. What I always found amazing if I wore them even for just a few hours is how much they heated up all the way through! And also, even if I brushed up against them, I could feel the transfer of feeling all the way through them to my natural flesh. 😎

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2 hours ago, Mirrabooka said:

if I brushed up against them, I could feel the transfer of feeling all the way through them to my natural flesh. 

Wow.  I'm kinda surprised.

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I have worn mine a lot because I'm still not happy with 42DD. I want at a minimum of 42EE. I will say this though it's nice to see them naturally while wearing a night gown. Everything shows which I almost feel the need to wear a bra even at night. 

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2 hours ago, Ashley0616 said:

Everything shows which I almost feel the need to wear a bra even at night. 

I wouldn't want to wear a bra to bed.  But mine are really only A sized.  And my flannel nightgown keeps things decent anyway.

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14 hours ago, Mirrabooka said:

^ Sometimes, in the days when I did wear breast forms far more often, I never felt any sort of irritation either. Yes, maybe I would get a bit hot and sweat under them, but it was never an issue. What I always found amazing if I wore them even for just a few hours is how much they heated up all the way through! And also, even if I brushed up against them, I could feel the transfer of feeling all the way through them to my natural flesh. 😎

YES!! I could not have explained my own experience any more clear than this!! :-)

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Ashley I've known busty girls who wore b nice bras tl work n such then like a sift sports bra to lounge or sleep in

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