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Along with cramps, headaches, and back pain, menstruation can cause breast tissue to become tender and sore. Many young women experience breast tenderness during their menstrual periods, especially if breast development is ongoing. If she experiences severe pain in her breasts during her menstrual period, consult with a pediatric health care provider, or if she's in her late teens, a pediatrician who specializes in gynecology or an OB/GYN for medical advice. Some cysts may develop in the breast tissue, causing pain and discomfort, though it's more likely that the natural development of a young woman's breasts is the cause of the pain.




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The first priority is to delay seeing porn as long as possible, says Dr. Anderson. As teenage brains are still developing, kids are better able to handle potentially disturbing material and make good judgments about what they see in later adolescence.


Boys may also assume that girls are always ready to have sex, which can lead to issues with consent in a real-life situation. The misleading takeaway for girls, says Dr. Anderson, can be that they have to be willing to do anything. In one survey, 44 percent of teens interviewed said they have been asked to do something their partner saw in a porn video.


Also as we all know, size varies a lot. Some women have practically a flat chest, some have small breasts, some have much bust that the mere weight of them can cause them backaches. according to the bra industry, the most common bra cup size in the US used to be B, but has now become C probably due to the increasing obesity. Of course, the size is not constant but varies with pregnancy, breastfeeding, and during the menstrual cycle.


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Environmental toxins also cause many girls to develop breasts at an earlier age than in the past. Compared with 20 years ago, American girls today begin developing breasts anywhere from one month to four months earlier, a significant difference. At the same time, the number of girls who begin to develop early is increasing. "Just a generation ago, less than five percent of girls started puberty before the age of 8; today that percentage has more than doubled," note Dr. Louise Greenspan and Dr. Julianna Deardorff in The New Puberty: How to Navigate Early Development in Today's Girls.


Early breast development also opens the door to reproductive tract cancers, says Herman-Giddens, since "if you're starting to develop breasts, your body is making estrogen." Estrogen, especially when combined with stress hormones, is a known cancer-causing agent. Having had an earlier start to puberty, an early-maturing girl produces more estrogen over the years and so elevates her lifetime risk of reproductive cancers.


Many parents feel apprehensive about talking to their teens about sex. However, the subject will come up, most likely sooner than later. Young people today have far more access to explicit material than ever before. Parental controls for pornography can block some of this content, but technology savvy teens can find ways around them.


The best way to protect your child from the effect of porn addiction is through frank and open dialogue. While that is easier said than done, here are a few therapist-recommended tips for talking to your teens about porn.


Both teens and parents do not look forward to talking about sex or pornography. Address the awkwardness of the conversation right away, and let your teen know that the discussion is difficult for you too. Show them that you are open to hearing what they have to say, and you are not there to judge, shame or preach.


Research has found that many teens watching porn are doing so out of curiosity and a lack of understanding about sexuality. However, porn is not the most accurate place to learn about healthy sexual interactions. Ask open-ended questions and give your child space to talk about what they are trying to understand.


Young people may uncover new aspects of their sexuality from watching porn. This can cause feelings of confusion or uncertainty. Be ready to discuss surprises with your child and provide reassurance if necessary.


Since porn is so normalized, teens may not realize that watching pornography can come with risks. Let your child know that while some porn use is healthy and normal, explicit material has the potential to become addictive. Comparing porn to addictive substances like alcohol or drugs can paint a clearer picture for your teen. Also, describe the effects of porn addiction in a factual and judgment-free manner.


Some parents strongly object to pornography use. However, imposing your beliefs on your teen will only damage their trust and shut down communication. When talking about the effects of porn with your teen, try to keep the conversation neutral and open. You want your child to see you as a source of support, not a source of judgment.


One of the most damaging effects of porn use is its influence on developing young minds. Teens who explore their sexuality through internet pornography are inadvertently training their brains to respond to exaggerated and unrealistic images.


The Christian life is a lifelong journey of surrender and becoming more like Christ. Apply that specifically to your struggle with pornography. What does it practically look like for you to surrender your sexuality to the Lordship of Jesus Christ?


The size of breasts differs between girls. The age of breast development also varies and usually begins between the age of 7 and 12. It is common to see most girls have one of the breasts developing before the other. However, if you notice the other breast does not develop long after the first, seek advice from a doctor.


The objects used in carrying out this practice vary. They include objects such as grinding stones, black fruits, plantain peels, mortar pestles, coconut shells or hammers, all carefully heated over burning coals. With these objects, mothers press and iron their daughters developing breasts to destroy any indication of emerging womanhood [11]. The massage could last from one week to several months depending on how resistant the breasts are and also depending on how resistant the victim or her body is to the practice. Sometimes, the heated objects are used twice a day for weeks or months to crush the budding breast [12].


Thus far, no medical studies have been conducted nationally on breast ironing or its long and short term physical and psychological effects. However research by the U.S. State Department, in its 2010 human rights report on Cameroon reveals that breast ironing exposes girls to numerous health problems such as abscesses, cyst, itching and discharge of milk [50]. It further states that there can be permanent damage to milk ducts, infection, dissymmetry of the breasts, cancer, breast infections, severe fever, tissue damage and even the complete disappearance of one or both breasts [51]. Victims of this practice also end up with marks, wrinkles and black spots on their breasts [52].


Furthermore, according to the GTZ/RENATA survey, breast ironing was reported to be associated with a plethora of illnesses. Among them were severe pains, high fever; abscess in the breast/ breasts pimples on and around the breasts nipples, cysts in the breasts, itching of breasts, severe chest pain, milk infection of breasts as a result of scarification, one breast being bigger than the other, breasts never grow bigger and complete disappearance of the breasts. In addition ten cases of diagnosed breast cancer were identified in women who underwent breast ironing [53].


It is worth noting that the Convention does not confine the ways in which the views of the child can be expressed. Lansdown asserts that such views are not limited to formal language but can also be in the form of emotions, painting, drawing, and singing. He further states that there should be no age limit on the right to participation; therefore children with learning difficulties, even babies are capable of expressing their opinions. From this it can be argued that children between the ages of eight and fourteen are capable of expressing their views. Furthermore, since these views are not required to be formal, gestures made by the child should be a sufficient way of expressing such views. Therefore, the fact that a child whose breasts are in the process of being ironed screams or attempts escaping should be regarded as having expressed her views with regard to that practice.


When my breasts hit the G cup mark mid-way through my teens, I realised I no longer fit the male gaze fantasy mould of the perky, Em Rata double D. Instead, my heavy chest delivered me extensive stretch marks and nipples that levelled with my elbows. Exercise without a trio of sports bras was painfully uncomfortable, and more often than not, shopping trips ended in frustrated change room breakdowns. When it came to my boobs, I felt uncomfortable at best and disgusted, at worst.


I personally would never get into a relationship with someone who regularly engages with pornography and most of the people that I choose to interact with share the view that porn is what it is, harmful. Therefore, most of our conversations surrounding the subject serve as a critic of its long-lasting effects and contributions to violence and subjugation against women.


This is an especially good point, and also one of my biggest critiques of the industry. Porn does not simply glorify violence, it glorifies and normalizes violence of men against women. Most porn or popular porn contains some sort of slapping or choking or hairpulling, things that are now mostly accepted to be part of sex and not boundaries to be discussed with your partner, something that needs to be consented to. I think it serves to teach young boys that this sort of taking, this violence, is okay, is something they are allowed to do, something women want and expect from them. And that is seriously dangerous for their development and the way they view and interact with women as they grow.


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