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People develop at different times and different speeds. As such, there is no 'normal' size for any stage of development. The 'normal' size is simply the size you are.

Typically younger women take time to fully develop so an A or B cup would be most common, but some may be larger and some may not even need to wear a bra. Size varies significantly with genetics, so you will likely develop at a similar rate to those who you are related to. Talk to your mother, aunts, sisters, or cousins about their experience.

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โˆ™ 2020-08-03 15:37:39

45cm =an F

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