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Hi. I'm 13 and have a few questions. Lately my breasts haven't grown equal. Is it normal? Can I do anything to fix it?

Another is my virginity. Will it hurt to lose it? Do I still have it, because I stuck a finger in pretty deep and didn't feel the skin thing...

Is there anyway to lose my virginity by myself? I don't wanna boy to hurt me first time :(( I'm sensitive...

And most importantly.. my period. I got it 4 years ago. And it comes irregularly. Like every 3 months then every 5 months. Is this bad? What could it be :(


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replied April 26th, 2012
Breasts Answer A34263
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Breast size varies in every woman and the assymetry is quite common during the developmental years.You need not worry about this as you are quite young and by the teenage ends most of the woman have equal breast size.Even after full growth it is normal to have one breast slightly larger than the other.

Regarding the virginity hymen is a thin membrane present at the vaginal opening and it can be broken by itself due to exercise,swimming,cycling etc.If not broken then during intercourse some pain might be felt.Without an examination it cannot be commented whether it is present or not in your case.

During the puberty menstrual cycle is also irregular and the pattern and blood flow might be different.It would be regular after few years as the hormones are normalized.
Relax yourself.If even after 2 years the periods are not regular then consider visiting a Gynaecologist for hormonal evaluation.

Take care!


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