It sounds weird to say but my breasts are two different sizes. And I’m not just talking by a little. Is there something wrong with me?
It’s common to have different-sized breasts, says Dr. Goodale, “Our two halves are not the same, so most people have one breast that’s larger. As long as your breast tissue is normal, there probably isn’t any medical problem.” So you’re normal, but if it’s feeling normal that can be tricky.
The good news: Breasts often even out by around age 18. Until then, try a padded bra with inserts and take one out. Way better than tissue-stuffing.
BY GL ON 1/31/2014 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN breasts, body, puberty, when will my breasts grow, uneven boobs