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breast growth
by The Dread Pirate Dalious (dalious)
at April 1st, 2009 (08:42 pm)

I started HRT almost a month ago and i'm startingn to see development, what kind of growth can i expect?


Posted by: Josie the Pussycat, Dulcimistress (jmthane)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 12:47 am (UTC)

Your mileage may vary. That sounds like a flip answer, but it's different for everyone. I grew C cups, just on HRT. Some people don't get nearly that much growth.

Posted by: aki_no_kaze (aki_no_kaze)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 01:22 am (UTC)

yup... those who start early do not always get huge, those who start late do not always stay small.

basically, we can tell you in about 3 years.

Posted by: No, really, the "boy" is there for a reason... (fabfemmeboy)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 01:52 am (UTC)

I once heard someone say that you should look at the women in your family who are built kind of like you and subtract about a half-cup size, and that's a reasonable expectation. But again - it varies completely from person to person.

Posted by: and the lovely silver traces erase my empty pages (fall_of_sophia)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 01:16 pm (UTC)

Yeah, that's received wisdom and not really true at all. Some trans women have breasts larger then their mothers' without augmentation.

Posted by: chaoticset (chaoticset)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 01:54 am (UTC)

The only rule of thumb I'd seen was that you take the cup size of your nearest female relative and subtract one.

Even that's only a guideline. I'm 8 months in and have B's already, and my mom only has D's. I think I've got a good shot at D's if my growth keeps up. :)

Posted by: Rebekah Crouter (canadian_adhd)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 11:45 am (UTC)

I've been on HRT for a year, and I have between C and D cup breasts. Mine grew pretty quickly, though.

Posted by: livingHRT (livinghrt)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 11:49 am (UTC)

Have patience - I've been on DIY HRT for 10 weeks and I hope to have a decent A cup within a few months, I'm about halfway. It's unlikely you'll develop them very quickly. Give it at least a year to get an idea about your potential, since breasts often develop slowly.

Posted by: Lilly A. Noodle, Defender of Toast (lilly_noodle)
Posted at: April 2nd, 2009 01:57 pm (UTC)

Hey there Sexy!

And this girl has herd the whole subtract a cup size and is leaning towards that. What you also should know is that the major growth will continue for at least 3 years (not the 2 most people think).

Anywho feel free to alsowas IM this girl with any questions.

Lilly A. Noodle, Defender of Toast

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