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Could I have Huge Boob Syndrome?

 
My breasts are growing too fast! I’m in ninth grade and already need a 38DD. My mom is a 36B, so I can’t go by her. I’m the genetic freak in my family.

We searched everywhere for info on Huge Boob Syndrome. There was nothing in Gray’s Anatomy, nor on the Web. And none of our experts have heard of it. There is no such thing as Huge Boob Syndrome—and we’re guessing you already know that.

You are probably healthy and normal, but you should see your pediatrician or gynecologist to make sure. In very rare cases, too much growth hormone can make one body part grow excessively. So even though your mom is a 36B, ask for her, um, support. She can help you find the best bras—you need good ones because large breasts are linked to back problems.

Remember that all kinds of boobs are beautiful, and many not-as-chest-blessed girls envy you.
 
 

BY GL ON 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM

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