one way to tell if your breast are growing is when u start to feel them hurt and like somethings pushing on the inside of it. also if someone sits on them it will hurt and so you'll know their growing.
Female breasts stop growing and developing by age 18.
Depending On how big both your breasts are if there both about the same size as you hug they can bump each other which can hurt them,the preasure of breasts pushing hard into breasts can hurt them too,try not to let your breasts bump her breasts as you come together for the hug,also when together dont squeeze each other tight as breasts can crush breasts doing that,if your friends breasts are firmer than your breasts that can also be a problem,firm breasts against soft breasts can hurt too. Hope this helps you out .
i would say you are probably starting your period or starting puberty but i am not an expert so if you are not sure check up with your doctor.
It can. While breasts are developing and growing, they can be tender and sore, and that is perfectly normal.
Are they growing?
because they are growing
There growing, or your hormones are at a high level.
Your period may beggining or they are growing
When your breasts grow, you will get a knot or lump in the middle of your nipple. If you hit it on a wall or desk, or anywhere really, it will hurt extremely. Even if they just hurt for no reason, they are growing.
Your breasts begin to hurt in that area and you can see the area a little red.
there growing or u have something wrong with u
When breasts start to grow and until they have stopped growing it can hurt in both nipples and breasts. Nipples get more sensitive but it all passes eventually.
The muscles naturally are sensitive. This can make it painful to touch or move or put pressure on them. It is totally normal for them to hurt a little while growing.
It mean they are growing or your monthly cycle coming
If your nipples hurt or you have tender breasts it just means that your boobs are growing and you are getting ready to start your period or have your next period, in other words it is perfectly normal.