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True or false: Your boobs don't even out til you're 18


 
I’m 10 years old and just beginning to enter puberty. One of my boobs is bigger than the other one, and I heard they don't even out ‘til you're 18. What should I do?!


You might wanna check your sources, babe, ‘cause this “fact” is major fiction! While the size of your breasts may change over the course of your life, depending upon your maturity, hormone levels, health and other factors, the truth is that you might always have one breast that’s larger than the other. That being said, they could totally even out by the time you're 12.


There’s no telling what your boobs will look like in two months, much less eight years. Chatting up your mom, sisters, female cousins and aunts might give you some insight into your family’s growth patterns, but the fam can’t tell ya what you’ll definitely look like in the future.


For now, it’s time to learn to love what ya have and stop stressing about what you can’t control. If the difference in sizes is, well, a full bra size, then size-up to fit the bigger breast. And remember: No one is gonna notice except for you, so relax!

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 6/3/2011 2:00:00 PM

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