Here's an overview of the major physical changes girls can expect as they go through puberty:. Girls usually begin puberty between the ages of 8 and 13 years old. The earliest sign of puberty in most girls is the development of breast "buds," nickel-sized bumps under the nipple. It is not unusual for breast growth to start on one side before the other.
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Some girls can't wait for them to come and look forward to their arrival as they would their birthday, first kiss, or a soccer championship. Other girls dread them as much as eating a big plate of Brussels sprouts or changing the kitty litter. But most girls have mixed feelings and are not quite sure why they have them and what to do about them. Boys don't have them, but they're likely to be curious about them. What's the mystery subject? We're talking about breasts. If you're a girl, look down and there they are — or will be soon. They're only two mounds of flesh, but they get a lot of attention.
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My 9-year-old daughter is already starting to develop breasts. Is this normal? There's a wide range considered "normal" regarding when puberty starts and how fast it progresses. For girls, puberty generally starts sometime between 8 and 13 years of age. For most girls, the first evidence of puberty is breast development, but for others it may be the growth of pubic hair. As breasts start to grow, a girl will have small, firm, sometimes tender lumps called breast buds under her nipples. In some cases one breast will start to develop weeks or months before the other; the breast tissue will get larger and become less firm over the next few years.