What is "Growth Hormone"?
The term "growth hormone" is usually used to describe any of the hormones in your blood that are released during your growing period (or, sometimes, the time before your next period begins). It can also refer to the hormones that you get from taking drugs that are approved to treat growth issues.
There is no definitive rule for exactly what it means for your body to have "growth hormones". If your body doesn't produce growth hormones, it doesn't mean you have growth issues. However, there are a lot of things that could cause your body to make growth hormones. One common cause is obesity. If you are overweight or obese, then you will probably produce more hormones than you would normally do.
If your body is producing growth hormone and it's not causing you any health problems, then it can be very hard to diagnose growth hormone deficiency because your body will not produce hormones. If you notice that your breasts seem to be getting bigger, it is not a sign of a problem with your body. If your breasts are growing too large, but you can't find any other health problems or signs of growth hormone deficiency, you should call your doctor or get your hormones checked at a clinic. You can find more information about what to expect at the clinic here.