Premature thelarche is early breast development in girls with no other signs of puberty. It is usually found in girls under the age of 2 years and over the age of 6 years. Girls with premature thelarche may have development of one or both breasts. Sometimes the breasts will decrease in size or go away. The breasts may stay the same size but appear less noticeable as the child grows.
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