You should have them checked by a doctor.
If you are referring to abnormal bumps on the breasts, it can be anything from a fatty cyst, to a sign of breast cancer, so it may be important to go for a mammogram. If you are thinking of the bumps on the areola (surrounding the nipple), they are actually raised "sebaceous glands", which provide lubrication during breastfeeding in females.
sounds like your pregnant...
yes, but if you are worried ask your mum or get your doctor to check it out for you.
Not necessarily but it is something that the doctor should examine at your earliest opportunity.
let me have a feel an I'll refer you to a doctor?
You need to be more specific, you mean bumps on top (dermal) which would be a type of skin condition or lumps internally that you can feel. Rephrase and someone can help you.
A few types of red bumps on the breasts can indicate a serious problem, and knowing how to differentiate between common bumps and problematic bumps is critical. Eczema is a common skin condition and common on the breasts too so if you have had eczema before and it appears the same and is on both of your breasts, it may be just another outbreak. However, if your regular eczema treatments (if you use any) don't clear it up soon, it is safer to have it checked by the doctor.
Your sister is correct. Whether you are a boy or a girl you will develope these "bumps" at the onset of puberty, but the hormonal differences between male and female will cause breasts to develope in the female only. In the case of the male, the bumps will disappear after a time (don't worry, the boys have their problems too!). The bumps might be very sensitive and sore to touch...this is normal.
It depends on what bumps you are asking about. Bumps on a teen age girl could be a wide variety of things, including pimples, breasts, skin cysts, tumors, goose bumps, bug bite reaction, allergy reaction, or a lump on the body caused by a blow/hit.
Yes it can be, but you can also get these sypmtoms when your period is due or you ovulate!
It is usually found at the anterior part of the breast. (mostly)