Question

Why are my boobs so uneven?
Alright I'm 14 so I know I'm still going through puberty, but mine look really unnatural, to the point I have to stuff one side. One is an A cup the other is a really big B. I can tell by the shape that their ganna get bigger. But why are they so uneven and will they even out later on? Is this something I should I bring this up to my doctor? I have breast cancer in my family. ( I doubt that's what it is) If I do tell my doctor and it turns out to be some hormone malfunction what can he do about it? My mom says birth control might help. but my moms not a doctor.
Posted 3 years ago in Other by ForumFish

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Anonymous
normal- it may even out some but most women have one breast somewhat bigger than the other
Anonymous
because you use one arm more than the other my boobs use to be like that to but my mom told me that was because i use my right arm muscle more than my left
Anonymous
Yes you are going through puberty, they will possibly even out. Typically one breast is larger than the other ( usually the strong side of your body, think, if you are right handed your right boob will be slightly larger).BC might help give you that extra shot of hormones you body needs.
Anonymous
birth control does help and its just puberty so just take moms advise trust me
Anonymous
Seeing your doctor is never a bad idea. Although it is very uncommon to develop breast cancer in your age you should get yourself checked especially if you have a strong family history of breast cancer. Uneven or asymmetrical breasts are normal to a certain degree. In fact most females have uneven breasts. On the other hand completely symmetrical breasts are quite rare. If the difference in size between both of your breasts is very big you should ask your doctor about exercises for your smaller breast. Corrective surgery could be considered if the difference in size is very big and annoying you. Birth control pills will not help because they will work on both breasts not only on the small one.Best of Luck,Hamada


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