I hear she is only four years old, but looking at her chest one would mistake her for a full grown woman.. hormone or whatever you may choose to call it, there are certainly some sort of scientific explanation for condition experienced by this young child.
Shari Nethersole is a physician at Children’s Hospital, Boston, and an instructor in Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
She explains that this problem is actually not uncommon in young girls, (precocious puberty). When a small amount of breast development occurs without the rest of puberty progressing, it is called premature thelarche (Thelarche is the medical term for the onset of breast development).
This typically happens in toddlers, usually by age two, though it can occur in preschool-aged children as well. It can occur on just one or both sides.
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