One of the other anxiety driving concerns for transwomen is their breasts.
We're filled with questions such as how will they look? Will they be relatively proportionate? How big will they get and will I need implants if they don't?
Another question transwomen need to be asking is what's my family history for breast cancer?
So to answer the how big question, basically a transwoman's breast development will be the average size of the biowomen in her family. So if the biowomen in your family are C and D cups, you can reasonably anticipate after two years to have that breast size. If the women in your family are A and B cups, you can expect to be applying for membership in the IBTC as well.
So if after two years you're not happy with the growth you're getting, then it's advised that at that point, you can investigate getting implants done.
One thing I don't support is injecting free silicone in them to get the desired size. Yeah, you may look 'fishy' and cute today, but when you start getting older that silicone will crystallize into lumps you'll have to get surgically removed.
By the way, if you wish to see what normal and not Hollywood breasts look like, do this at home. Click on the link to this site that has photos of a cross section of women of different ages, ethnic groups at different stages of their life.
And as I already mentioned, Yes, my biosisters, once we transwomen start taking hormones to start our transitions we face a doubled risk for breast cancer. So yes, we need to do self exams on our breasts at regular intervals and once we hit 40, mammograms as well.