Uneven Breast Size

 Some girls worry because one breast develops before the other. A 14 years girl told me:

One of my breasts was starting to grow. The other one was still completely flat. I was afraid that the other one would never grow - that I was only going o have one breast instead of two
Other girls worry because one breast is larger than the other:
Both of mine started growing at the same time, but one of mine was a lot bigger than the other one. I was worried that I was going to grow up all lopsided.

Often a breast bud develops under one nipple while the other breast remains flat. The second breast bud usually develops within six to twelve months.

While a girl is developing, one breast may be noticeably larger than the other. This is perfectly normal! It is most common in Stages 2 to 4 as discussed in 5 Stages of Breast Development. By the time a girl reaches Stage 5, the two breasts are usually about the same size, but some girls continue to have a noticeable difference in size even as adults. If the difference in size bothers a woman, you can wear a padded bra or bra insert or you can have a plastic surgery to correct the size differences. However, this surgery is usually done until a girl has finished puberty. In the meantime, you can wear a padded bra or bra insert.

1 comments:

Geoffrey Lelia said...

Asymmetrical breasts can be caused by lots of different factors, like pregnancy and breastfeeding. However, if you’ve always had asymmetrical breasts, you probably don’t have to worry about it. But if you have a relatively normal sized breast, and you noticed that they are becoming asymmetrical, it is important to have this checked by your doctor. In some cases, new breast asymmetry can be a sign of an underlying condition that requires further evaluation and testing.

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