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okay, for the last like, 4 or 5 years, my right breast has been bigger than my left. i've always thought that eventually they would even out and be the same size, but the right one is now very much bigger and it doesn't seem like the left one is growing at all. at the moment, the right one has grown too big for my bra while the left one is still too small for it.
so, i was just wondering, will they ever be the same size?

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JamsessionVT
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Most women don't have perfectly symmetrical breasts. One tends to be larger than the other. However, a big different in size might cause some problems for you, if you have particularly large breasts.

Have you read this article? If not, it may help you:

http://www.scarleteen.com/body/frankenboobs.html


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thanks for that article, it did help a bit.
i know that breasts are supposed to be somewhat different in size, but one of mine is a C and the other is an A. is that normal and i'm just making this worse than it really is, or should i look into surgery like the woman in the article?

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Ashy
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It won't cause any physical harm that your breasts are different sizes--as for surgery, only you can decide that, and discuss it with a doctor.

For a temporary solution, you can wear a C cup bra with an insert on the other side to even things out. Anywhere that sells lingerie often has gel or silicone inserts that you can use to fill things out.


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