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By July 2, 2003

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WOMEN'S HEALTH FORUM: My question concerns breast size. Specifically, I've read that it's normal to have one breast bigger than the other one, but how common is that? I have one breast slightly bigger than the other, and the nipples are shaped slightly differently. Is this normal? I've had mammograms (I'm 37) and they were fine, and I don't feel any unusual lumps (other than the normal ones). I was just at the ob/gyn in December and he did a breast exam and said everything was fine. I'm wondering if my new birth control pill (it has more estrogen and more progestin than the other one) is doing this, or maybe it was always like this, and I never noticed. Do you have uneven breast sizes?!
June 13, 2006 at 3:09 pm
(1) kate says:

hi’ i’m 19 years old and i have the same problem as you do except for my right breast is a whole cup size bigger.
it started when i was about 12 and i thought it would change but it hasn’t.i’m now researching and i really want to get reconstructive surgery, but i want to avoid getting an implant.this whole thing has brought my self-esteem to an all time low.i’m embarrassed to talk about so i haven’t even told my mother.
thank god i have a boyfriend that is supportive and understands,i’m very lucky to have him. i want to tell you that and i understand where your coming from. good luck!

June 17, 2006 at 7:02 pm
(2) private says:

I have the same problem. I am a 21 year old woman and I have had this problem since I was about the same age as kate. My mom knows, but the men in my life have never known, or if they have noticed, they never mentioned it to me. It seems to have gotten worse in the last few years, and I am very self- conscious about it. I have been thinking about having plastic surgey in years to come… when I can afford it. When I was younger the obgyn said I might be able to take birth control to even them out a bit. Is this true?

July 5, 2006 at 12:01 am
(3) karla says:

omg you have to use birth controls to even them out? well im 14 years old and i just noticed that my left breast is bigger than the right one. do you think it has something to do with my scoliosis? is this really normal? what do you think i must do since im still young? im becoming as a nervous wreck and very embarrased to ask my mom about it. is there anyone who can answer this question?

January 14, 2007 at 5:18 pm
(4) Tanya Breyfogle says:

I have uneven breasts as well. Their names are Bill and Ted. You may have heard of them. They are 4 time Olympic champions. They actually fight about this. What can I do to make Ted the same size as Bill?

February 21, 2007 at 4:02 pm
(5) sherri says:

I am also 19 years old and i notice that one of my breast is bigger then one, my mom know and also the guy i am with but i know i have to get this thing together because i don’t like one breast being bigger then one, i’m going to get it tested and some more because i would like to be a model and i ca’t going to model with one breast being so noticable bigger then the other. i’m getting this thing fix. asap so if there is anyone that can help me please feel free to email me. thanks

February 21, 2007 at 4:04 pm
(6) sherri says:

sherri, email address is sherr8385@yahoo.com

February 22, 2007 at 9:55 pm
(7) Kiki says:

ok. I guess we have established that it is not completely abnormal to have one breast bigger than the other. I am 54 and have just gone through menopause. I just noticed one boob is way bigger than the other. This is a new phenomenon for me. I don’t remember them being different sized. This really sucks!

May 29, 2007 at 9:14 am
(8) didid says:

me too please say they will even out!! im 13 please tell me

July 3, 2007 at 11:44 pm
(9) Jen says:

I have the same problem. I never noticed it until I had my son and now it seems that one sits differently (a little lower) than the other one. They were fine before I got pregnant. Is this something that will go away?

July 15, 2007 at 8:10 pm
(10) JM says:

Am in early 50′s, had great asymetry as a teen, had implant surgery on one side which changed my life emotionally. I have had to change implant a few times over many years of which is to be expected. Not fun but the surgery changes how you feel about yourself. It is most difficult when you are a teen and worried that a guy now or later will notice and feel differently about you. Must tell parents as this can be covered by medical insurance as it is a medical condition.

August 23, 2007 at 9:15 pm
(11) Kayla says:

I am 16, and I have the same problem.
My mom has the same problem too.
It is really awkard.

September 9, 2007 at 11:19 pm
(12) Karan says:

I’m 47 and I thought I was the only one this way, I’m very lopsided, even one of my nipples are much larger, been this way for over 20 years, and I wish I knew what to do.

November 6, 2007 at 8:51 pm
(13) Brittany says:

Yeah I am 16 also almost 17, and my right breast is bigger then the other one. I think it is noticable in swimsuits and in my bra of course too, or even when wearing a tank top. I wear a D cup, but I think my left side might be a C. It’s so embarrasing!! I hate it. One of my nipples is bigger too. I have no idea what to do, my mother says it is normal, but I havnt asked a doctor or anything about it, so I dont know how normal it in reality is. I really want to be content with my body, but this just gets on my nerves.

December 6, 2007 at 12:08 am
(14) Lori says:

omg sorry but i’m actually glad i’m not the only one. im 24 and my right breast is smaller than the left, probably a whole cup size. My husband doesnt seem to mind though, but i hate it. they have been like this since i got breast and i always thought they would even out but even after 3 kids they have both gotten bigger but the right one just can’t catch up with the left.

December 30, 2007 at 4:29 pm
(15) Krystal says:

I have that problem too. My left breast is like a whole cup size bigger than my left. I’m 16 and It’s effecting my self esteem a lot. I’m a big person, and by big i mean i’m way over weight, maybe that has something to do with it… but idk. Hopefully they even out…

January 7, 2008 at 3:49 pm
(16) helen says:

I have the same thing. One breast is a generous D cup, the other a large B, small C cup. I hate wearing swimsuits, getting undressed in front of people or looking in the mirror. I can never get a clevage as one hangs lower than the other and the crease in the middle is lower. I have been to the doctor and they confirm, no women is symmetrial but she said its usually slight, no way near what mine are. i have been checked by a doctor, but they didnt do any other tests other than just feeling them. should they have done?? they did say i could probably get inplants on the NHS but i do not really want to go down that route as of the surgery, complication during and after and i would have to get them re-done every 10 years at least which it crap. any ideas anyone?

January 15, 2008 at 6:39 pm
(17) Stephanie says:

Wow, its amazing how many of you there are. i see im not alone.well im 16 yrs old and i’ve read about this whole breast issue and they tell me they should even out with time but i’ve been like this for 4yrs already and its getting really depressing.Anyone who can share info??

January 17, 2008 at 2:54 pm
(18) beth says:

hello im becoming quite concernd i have just noticed my breast in slightly bigger than my other and its really buggin me i dont want to talk about it with my mum because im to shy i hate it and i feel you can notice it loads what can i do its really getting to me and making me quite upset

January 29, 2008 at 9:07 am
(19) private says:

hello all,i was having this problem since i was 16 or 17.i m 20 now.i thouight i m only one in this whole world who is having this problem..but i searched about thos problem today,and i found that this is normal problem..seriously i m very embarrased due to this problem.can anyone suggest an idea to get rid of this problem at all??????its a big question for us ladies.
and the main question is that do anyone think that this can b brest cancer?????

February 3, 2008 at 2:52 pm
(20) Sarah says:

same here….i have one breasts bigger than the other, my left one is bigger, i don’t like it, i do not feel comfortable with it, i am only 15 years old, i started my period when i was about 12 and a half years old (i think), could someone please help me because everytime i look at my self in the mirrror or try on my clothes, if you look properly then you would realise it especialy for teens my age they so obsessed with their body. My mum and my family experienced it and my big sister’s breats used to be like mines when she was a teen but it evened out but not my mums…..please someone help me and tell me…

February 11, 2008 at 11:26 pm
(21) Amanda says:

Hi everyone, I am 22 years old and have the same issue.Good to know I’m not alone but I know that it’s a problem that affects esteem and body consciousness. I am 5’2″ and go between a C & D cup right now (depending on the make of the bra) because my biological mother had big breasts. I am right handed and I noticed the difference a few years ago. However, it was when I got married 4 years ago, that’s when my breasts grew about a whole cup size, but the difference is more obvious now.I only recently started really concentrating on it though since over the past few days, they’ve been pretty tenderMy chiropractor recommended sports bras for me as my big bosom affects my back, but as for the size difference, I don’t really know what to do.Surgery is completely out of the question for me though. A suggestion I have is purchasing those extreme push up bras that have the little removable gel packs on the cups and removing one side (whichever is best for you) so that the cleavage kind of evens out. I guess you can just try removing them both and using other “stuffing” to even them out if the gel doesn’t do the job!This just popped in my head, lol, so if anyone else tries it, let me know how it goes!!!

February 11, 2008 at 11:29 pm
(22) Amanda says:

Hi everyone, I am 22 years old and have the same issue.Good to know I’m not alone but I know that it’s a problem that affects esteem and body consciousness. I am 5’2″ and go between a C & D cup right now (depending on the make of the bra) because my biological mother had big breasts. I am right handed and I noticed the difference a few years ago. However, it was when I got married 4 years ago, that’s when my breasts grew about a whole cup size, but the difference is more obvious now. I only recently started really concentrating on it though since over the past few days, they’ve been pretty tender. My chiropractor recommended sports bras for me as my big bosom affects my back, but as for the size difference, I don’t really know what to do. Surgery is completely out of the question for me though. A suggestion I have is purchasing those extreme push up bras that have the little removable gel packs on the cups and removing one side (whichever is best for you) so that the cleavage kind of evens out. I guess you can just try removing them both and using other material, such as maybe tissue, as alternative “stuffing” to even them out if the gel doesn’t do the job!This just popped in my head, lol, so if anyone else tries it, let me know how it goes!!!

February 19, 2008 at 9:53 pm
(23) Steph says:

Im 15, and my right boob is wayyy bigger than my left! its so embarrassing, some of my friends have noticed it and joke about it..it really brings your self asteem down! Its hard because my boobs are already small, the right one is about a B cup; a small B, and the left is a small A – its almost not even there!D’: Its very noticeable..Ive been told it will even out, but its been this way for years. I doubt it will! I hope someone can give advice, because i dont want to look like this my whole life, and i dont want implants.:’[

February 20, 2008 at 6:45 pm
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February 20, 2008 at 9:13 pm
(27) keri says:

i have the same problem. my right one is about a cup sizer bigger then they left one. i feel so self-conscious about my body when i’m in a swim-suit or changing at the gym, etc. what do you all do to overcome these feelings???

February 23, 2008 at 4:10 pm
(28) mz.dee says:

Omg I have the same problem. It started when I was 13 I was in the 8th grade. My mom know she figured it out around the sametime I notice it. My right breast is a 34b and my left one is a 34c. I hate it I mean I HATE IT. It’s really messing with my self confidents. That’s not easy to hide when it’s a whole cub size.

I rather be a 34b then a 34c. I hate the big one it discuss me whenever I look at it. I’m a slim girl but I just gain a few pounds. I’m trying to loose them again beacuse of one thing. ugh

February 23, 2008 at 4:18 pm
(29) Jamie says:

I’m 18years old and I have to manage with 2 different cup size. I’m a B in my right side and a C on my left side. I keep hopeing that one will get smaller and match the other one. I really don’t want big breast. I took a measurement the other day and the lady told me I was a C cup. I felt Ice cold inside. Thank goodness I’m not the only one.

March 1, 2008 at 6:39 pm
(30) Sara says:

I thought i was the only one! I’ve noticed that my left boob was bigger than my right since being 14/15 years old. My right one is a B and my left a C. I’m gonna be 17 in May and its been annoying me a lot. i’ve even given up stuffing my bra every morning before going to school! My mum realized a year ago and consulted me to the doctor. She offered to refer me to surgery if it was a big problem, but i left it at that. I’m more body concious and i dont want people seeing my body when they’re operating unless its teeth or anything reasonable. As people have said that every 10 years you have to get surgery done if you choose to do it, then i wont handle that!

I’m so stuck…

March 8, 2008 at 2:09 pm
(31) lala says:

even thoo i’m still young && kinda chubby- i noticed this morning on of my bobbs felt bigger than the other. when i checked i started crying. on top of being chubby, now i have one boob thts bigger than the other. i’m going to try loosing weight && c how tht works. it just may b the fact tht i excerise a lot more with one side of my than the other. idk????


March 8, 2008 at 7:22 pm
(32) Sabrina says:

i know im 15 and i have the same problem
its hard for me because
its so embarrasing to not be able to show off your clevage because one of your breasts is bigger than the other!!!

March 10, 2008 at 11:05 pm
(33) alissa says:

hey guys…im 13 years old….

March 10, 2008 at 11:15 pm
(34) tanya says:

hey people…..im 13 and also experiencing this
huge problem…my right breast is smaller than the left…what will i do????i have dreams u know…..will exercise help???? wat kind of exercise?????please leave a comment asap ….and btw thankyou guys…you really helped….thanks…i feel way better now….

March 14, 2008 at 1:07 pm
(35) kim says:

Yep i’m the same.. my left ia about one or two sizes bigger than my right.. i hate it so much because it droops so much more than other one!! It makes me feel so insecure

March 18, 2008 at 1:33 am
(36) Me says:

Hi girls! I understand how all of you feel. I am 35 and my left side is bigger than my right. It really bothers me and my self esteem.. My husband does not care and is very sweet about it. It has been like this since I was a teen. Only time they have evened out was when I was pregnant and nursing (I have 5 kids). I really do hate it, feel lots better that others have talked about it though….will have to try the gel pushups bras, thanks girls for the suggestions, and good luck to all of you!

April 13, 2008 at 10:57 pm
(37) Martina says:

hey i’m 19 years old and i discovered about 3 years ago that my left breast is about a cup size bigger than the other. it really gave my self confidence a bashing!!but to everyone out there keep the chin up because even with this problem i found the most amazing man who i can feel so comfortable being naked around.i’m hoping the contraceptive pill might even them out.i also feel alot better that i’m not the only person with this and it seems common.

April 15, 2008 at 11:03 pm
(38) adriana says:

its amazing to see how many people have this problem…it sort of makes me glad to know i am not the only one with uneven breasts. mine got worse over the years…i am 25 now and with two kids. i am a size 40 D- on the right breast, and the other is probably a cup size smaller. it is really noticeable, no matter what i wear. i am not self-concious about it though…people usually stare just because i have big breast, but i dont like looking at myself in the mirror. i havent talked to a doctor, but should, since i don’t know if this can be cancer or some other thing…keep your head up ladies

April 16, 2008 at 6:49 pm
(39) Chelsea says:

Yes I have the same problem! I am 19 years old, almost 20.. In the past couple of months I have been noticing that my right breast is smaller than my left breast- like a whole cup size smaller! I talked to my mother about it also, and she said they will even out in time. Hopefully this will happen. My whole childhood and teen years I’ve had A cups, but my left breast is definitely a B cup, and my right is still an A! :( I’ve always wanted bigger breasts, either B or C cups, BUT NOT ONE! My left breast actually hurts quite a bit because I’m still wearing a size A bra.. maybe switch to a B? But then my right breast will be peeking out! Ooops! :-0 lol I don’t know what to do and I am sort of getting depressed, why can’t we just have one size breasts… ugh men have it soo easy!!!

May 25, 2008 at 3:20 am
(40) Nelly says:

I have the same problem, I’m 21, and it’s really depressing. I havent tell my mom or any doctor, and I’m not planning to do it, is just too embarrasing! And I’m really worry about it ’cause I dont even know if it is normal. Is someone out here to help us, to tell us what we can do or the only choice that we have is surgery?

June 3, 2008 at 7:28 pm
(41) Susan says:

I’m 20 and my breasts have been noticeably asymmetrical for some years now. It’s been maybe 4 or 5 years since I noticed, but my left breast is MUCH bigger than my right one.
I can’t stress that enough. I kind of envy the rest of you.

This causes me daily anguish, and I have never talked to anyone about this, and this is the first time I’ve ever expressed myself on this matter.

I can’t even bring myself to talk to my mother about this.

I mostly try to ignore it, but some days I just can’t help but cry and be sad. I’ve kind of isolated myself from people because of this, and I can’t wear any cute or thin tops, because I feel like they make it more obvious.

I also can’t go swimming anymore, which I LOVED to do, because I don’t want people to see me in swimwear.

And of course my bra is NOT the right size, and I’m way too scared to go get measured and have some sort of special bra made or something.

This is very frustrating.

I am a bit overweight (not obese), and I plan to lose most of my excess weight this year, and am hoping my bigger breast will shrink more than the smaller one.

I also hope I’ll have to courage to talk to my mother some day.. And I hope the best for the rest of you.

June 19, 2008 at 10:05 am
(42) fairyboo says:

hi im 18 years old and i have 1 boob bigger than the other and its really bad 1 is a dd cup and the other is an a cup, ive had this problem since i was like 12 and its just never grown properly, i hate the way i have to live as i have to cover up constantly and im ver nervous n consious about my body, i am very sad and annoyed that it happened to me but its just what happened ive been to the doctores 3 times and the nhs wont fund it and i cant afford to get them done im really depressed and annyed with my lifestlye i have to go around in summer with jackes on as i cant wear low cut or any sort of low tops, i love swimming but cant go, i hate my life at the minute but ive gave up trying to get it sorted because no one wants to help me, xx

June 25, 2008 at 1:00 am
(43) Annie says:

Hi I am 20 and I have the same problem. My left boob is a whole cup size larger than the right boob. A D cup vs. a C. It is really obvious and I am very weirded out by it. Even my boyfriend points it out sometimes thinking that it doesn’t bother me, but it does. Sometimes I think its because I sleep on my stomach and lean to one side so my right boob is always pressed against the bed so it doesn’t grow as well as the left, haha. but yea. I dont know why, but it sucks.

June 27, 2008 at 12:32 pm
(44) Big ol Lefty says:

Maybe it’s like feet. My left one is a half size bigger, just like my left breast. It has gotten worse as I’ve aged, and it hangs out of my bra where my other one fits in the cup nicely. They say our bodies aren’t exactly symmetrical – ears higher on one side than the other, etc. – so I guess it’s just part of being human.

July 2, 2008 at 2:46 pm
(45) Natalie says:

Breasts, though in pairs, are individual body parts. They develop differently and look differently. It is actually quite rare to find someone with breasts (even males) that look similar to each other. Movie stars and models that have breasts that are exactly the same are very often cosmetically enhanced (by surgery or otherwise) or computer or graphically enhanced to make it look like their breasts look the same size and shape.

As the audience, we are trained NOT to see flaws in the actor’s, actress’s and model’s bodies so there is a level of blindness there. Beyond that, the entertainment industry makes sure that we DON’T see it. For a reason of there own (of which I will never understand), the entertainment industry wants us to think that movie stars are perfect.

In the recent years, some stars and celebrities have broken from the frame and showed us that they aren’t perfect, but we still seem to believe that they are. Super stars and celebrities are just like us. If you were to go home with them and sneak into their bedroom as a fly on the wall, you would see that they are just as (if not more) uncomfortable about their bodies as we are. They have a level of perfection to accomplish. If they don’t, they drop off the grid or are harassed.

Everyone in the world has the same problems with their bodies, even celebrities. Going into the entertainment field, your goal should not be to fit in with others, but to stand out. If everyone else in modeling has perfect breasts, go in with your natural ones and show the world that’s watching that they are normal like you. It will give the world a feeling of satisfaction and comfort to know that someone out there, someone in the big world of entertainment and celebrity, is just like them.


July 14, 2008 at 4:11 pm
(46) Sarah says:

I was 12 when i started to develop. I was 16 when i got the surgery done at that time one side was a 36 C and the other was a 36 A… I had the smaller one enlarged… Now i am 23 i had two kids and they are uneven again… one side is a 40 D and the other is a 40 DD I’m embaressed… My whole life i can not wear a sports bra or a bathing suite or speghetti straps or anything. I HATE IT !!!

July 15, 2008 at 7:24 am
(47) Becca says:

Hi there, im nearly 18 and iv only really just noticed that my right breast is about a cup bigger than my left. Iv bin to the doctors and they just said its because im right handed, im getting really upset about it i know its meant to be normal. but they have been the same size up untill now. Im on the pill and have been on it for 3 years im thinking wether it that could be the pill that might be affecting it. would my left breast even out if i started using it or exercising more?

Thank x

July 15, 2008 at 11:46 pm
(48) cece says:

hey i’m 18 yrs old and am barely noticing and it’s driving me crazy,the fact that my right bood is bigger than my left one and for a while now it’s been sort of getting a sort of sore feeling like if some one punched me in it and i don’t know if it’s normal or not. And sice im still young and well my boobs are a 38B so there small but when i look i can notice the difference, do you think there is any type of medicine anything but surgery i can do to get my other one to grow, cause it doesnt seem to be wanting to. plz help

July 16, 2008 at 12:26 pm
(49) Hazel says:

My story is pretty similar to most peoples here, I wish there was some sort of support group because I can’t talk about this to anyone I know- they wont understand. Even the people I have slept with I could never bring myself to say the words and talk about it.
I can’t believe how much I let this get to me. Have been to the doctors about it and she agreed I was a candidate for surgery but need to lose some weight first which am finding hard.

July 29, 2008 at 2:59 pm
(50) Diamone says:

I just turned 16 and I noticed the same thing. My left breast is bigger than my right one.At first i was scared because , first thing comes to my mind is a breast problem.

July 31, 2008 at 4:40 am
(51) Blahh says:

One may grow faster than the other, but they’ll probably even out in the long run. So don’t worry if your breast is slightly larger than the other. That’s pretty common for women.

August 1, 2008 at 12:10 am
(52) Amy says:

Wow, I can’t believe how many women are going through this. I thought I was the only one, and I have always been so embarrased. I’m 26 and mine have been this way for a while. I have had two kids and that just seemed to make the situation worse. I really do not want to have surgery for it but I will if that is the only way.

August 21, 2008 at 7:24 pm
(53) Katie says:

hi,i’m 14 and i totally have the same problem my right side is a 36a and my left is 32a it’s totally embarrasing there was only like 2 months when i was 12 that they where even. i’ve even started stuffing XP. i have no idea what to do… i read that there is a chance that they will even out because i’m still growing..

August 22, 2008 at 7:27 pm
(54) clarise says:

Hi my name is Clarise, i’m 17 and have the same problem. My left breast has always been slightly bigger than my right, but I started using birth control a couple months ago to regulate my period and my left breat got bigger and it hasn’t stopped growing. It feels sore and embaressing!

August 29, 2008 at 1:15 pm
(55) sara says:

hey,kate…i am the same age as you are..and itis kindda hard to say this coz itis my first time ever to talk about this with some one..i have the same problem..except that my left breast is bigger than my right one,,,and i ddnt even tell my mother..and this started when i was 15..and i dnt know what to do,,i feel miserable …should i tell some one..and will the doctors be able to heal me?

August 31, 2008 at 4:28 pm
(56) laura says:

hi im 16 and my left boob is a 36DD and my right a 34D. You can’t tell they are uneven when i wear a bra, due to the fact i put padding on the right side, however when i wear a bathingsuit the difference is quite noticeable..to make matters worst i have abnormally large areolas…i’m very self-conscious, ecspecially around boys…i heard if you massage your breast they will grow..is that a myth??

September 1, 2008 at 4:37 am
(57) kristy says:

hi, i’m 18 and i have the same problem. i cry about it all the time. no one knows except me and my boyfriend, he doesn’t mind them at all, but i do. he tells me it’s no big deal and he loves me so much, but it just doesn’t help me at all. it makes me feel so bad, i just want to be able to pick up a tanktop and put it on without worrying if you can tell. and i definitly can’t afford surgery.

September 3, 2008 at 7:41 pm
(58) Mrs. C says:

My 14 year old daughter has one smaller breast, and it really does bother her a lot. I’m not concerned because I believe they may even out, and if not then we’ll deal with it when she’s older. Right now I purchase large cotton pads (like cosmetic pads only a bit larger, often found at the dollar store) and she places one on the bottom of the bra for the smaller breast. For swimming, I’d suggest a bathing suit with a built in bra, and a gel pad or synthetic foam bit (like a shoulder pad – ask your mom for one!) sewn into it.

Solid colours make it more obvious, so avoid light coloured shirts with no pattern. And really, if you can avoid it and still be happy, don’t go for the surgery. Of course extreme differences in size would warrant something being done surgically, but a cup size difference should be something you can cope with. No one is perfect, and you need to learn to love yourselves just the way you are. Wow that sounds trite. But it’s true.

September 8, 2008 at 11:19 am
(59) Shelley says:

Hey I have had the same problem when my horomones went outa wack. One grew bigger then the other one, it was never this way before. Now they both seem to be growing, wierd, I’m 34. I have been using some natural progesterone cream to help balance my horomones, maybe that’s making them grow again. Then I was thinking, hmmmm just put it on the smaller one, who knows it might help them get the same size. Just a theory, but if it works then GREAT!!!!

September 14, 2008 at 8:57 am
(60) Anonymous says:

i am 13 and my right breast has been bigger since i was about 9. it is very noticeable and one nipple is larger too. i’m not really that close to my mum and i don’t talk to her about my body and things. nobody knows about my breasts, but i saw my ex looking at it weird. i’m really self-concious and i worry about people noticing. it’s a massive difference and i hate it. what should i do?

September 26, 2008 at 12:19 pm
(61) kristen says:

i have the same problem im nineteen and one of my breast is a whole size and a half bigger than the other. its verry imbarassing…i do not know what to do?but i think it is normal i guess but sure dosnt look normal….

October 2, 2008 at 2:47 am
(62) Amy says:

I’m going through the same thing, im 15 years old and one looks huge compared to the other. :( i feel like the only one, my friends say one shold be slights bigger than the other but to me it looks MUCH bigger :( it really is starting to upset me, my boyfriend isnt bothered and tbh he hasnt noticed it but i feel like everyone notices it.

October 3, 2008 at 5:02 am
(63) carmina says:

i feel for all the young girls going through this. i know there are emails from women with the same problem and they state that their boyfriends, or husbands, are cool with it. they are very lucky indeed.
Many of us out of timidness, or embarrassment wont say how they really feel. I WILL..
for me, it was the same for awhile. i had a very caring, loving boyfriend, that accepted me. but not before I wrestled with the how i was going to tell him. i hid my chest, for the first month, then he became insistent. it took everything from me to tell him for fear of rejecton. well he didnt, and he said he never minded it. but that was when was 19 yrs. old. we eventually broke up and moved on. i lost alot of weight and looked good, but was never comfortable, but at least it wasnt so noticeable. it was always a little bigger than what most women describe when they describe uneven breasts. i have never, ever, felt comfortable naked.
and as i see or read, alot of women have my problem but not alot of them do. so, there are women out there that can have sex without feeling they have to “tuck in” hte bgger breast.

October 3, 2008 at 5:36 am
(64) carmina says:

i will say tbis…it has been 3 years since i have had sex. I am single an in my early thirties. i have no prospects and see no reason to go out in the world to meet anyone. in any situation i woud be forced to again, face the mortifying, situation where i have to explain my problem. u know the usual responses are going to be… “if he loves u….guys dont really care…its normal. live with it….if he cares about u it will b okay… im sick of those responses!!!!!
i want to feel what every normal woman feels… not the shame of having to cover up. or the constant “carrying” of the larger breast because it weighs more. you now the drill where the larger part under ur arm u just tuck in.
everything is ruined, u cant wear a swimsuit, even if u totally work out, that bigger breast will be noticeable.
when u are young, and ur breasts are PERKY, the bigger one always weighs it doewn. so u cant experience, being young and having gravity on ur side. always a bra, and hope they dont notice!!
i am sorry to upset some readers, but i have gone thru several posts, and its always the same stuff!! I WANTED SOMEONE TO BE REAL!!!!

October 3, 2008 at 5:51 am
(65) carmina says:

i feel really bad for every suffering from this. i dont mean to be a downer, but i just really needed to vent out. the only alternative is surgery, and i am very fearful of this. i have never been in the hospital since i was born, and am afraid to undertake this. i feel that if i cant fix this i will never live up to my potential.
people say that when overweight women think that when they thin down their life will be different, and when it isnt, they feel cheated. that whole hoopla, of “its how you view yourself..etc”
i know that if i didnt have this “embarassment” then my whole life would have a different outlook.
i welcome any and all responses….
a sister

October 3, 2008 at 11:38 pm
(66) LowConfedence =[ says:

WOW, i really thought i was alone. I’m 16 years old and i have the exact same problem as everyone else, i hate it i’m getting at that age where i want to be getting into serious relationships and i feel like i can because of this, its soo embarassing!!! I HATE IT! i really want to find a way to deal with this, so i can move on.

October 4, 2008 at 5:10 am
(67) carmina says:

in response to low confidence…
you are 16, and plastic surgery is not an option. i went to the doctor when i was 13, and he said pretty much what all the dr.s still say. that until you are eighteen you are still growing and your body can change. the thing is you will meet someone who you will want to be with and you are going to have to go through it. i hate to be corny but its true when the guy really loves he wont care. AT~ALL! he just wont. you are very young, and it feels like its a major thing, and i wont belittle you. it is, because i have been there. it sucks.
i had been reading about gel inserts that you attach to the bra. it supposed to be pretty good. let me know if u want more info on this. ill give you that website.

October 27, 2008 at 7:27 am
(68) pinky says:

i am 24 years old and getting married, my problem is my left breast is smaller then right breast, i am very scared about this whether it will effect in my future .. i don’t know what to do ?please help me out

October 28, 2008 at 8:59 pm
(69) Summer says:

Im 13 and well yea i have to say one boob is bigger than the other and i HATE it. It’s really weird and makes me wonder if it will ever change. I really like the boob that’s bigger but the smaller one is the one i HATE. It gets on my nurves when im in the shower and i look down and all i see are a very tiny boob and a huge boob. :( i dont know what im going to do about it. my mom doesnt know either. im afraid to get undressed in front of people becuase if it. I really wish they were normal. i just want some answers or something to help me, PLEASE :(

October 28, 2008 at 9:24 pm
(70) Coday says:

Hey im 13 and i have this problem aswell and i really do dislike it.
my left breast is alot bigger then the other, its like my left breast is growing but my right one isnt. i no people have said it will grow out but what can i do in the mean time :(
and what can i do if it doesnt grow out.
please help me as of i really do hate this and i dont feel comfortable with it or even normal for that matter. . .

October 29, 2008 at 4:36 pm
(71) Priscilla says:

Hi, my name is Priscilla. I’m 18 years old, and my right breast is about if not more than a whole cup size larger than my left. I used to think there was something wrong, but it’s just something I have to live with. i tried to get my insurance to cover a breat reduction, but since there is no real medical risk, other than the overlooked fact that I have a lot of back problem, my insurance refused to pay for it. I have no other way of getting it done, so I just buy bras that are slightly too big, and tighten one side completely, and the other half way… It seems to go unnoticed, but I won’t wear a bathing suit, and I have to wera a bra, plus a sports bra,and my breasts are so large, they fall out the top or the bottom of my bra. I don’t really know what to do, but I hate my breasts. I’ve had this problem since I was 12.

November 5, 2008 at 9:25 pm
(72) peekaboo says:

HI there ladies. I’m in the same boat as you. A whole cup size bigger on my right side…because I am left handed. You and I and every one of these women on this post has the same muscles under our breast tissue. We constantly use one hand more than the other. Since we started using our hands. If only we were told at a young age to make sure to even out the activities we do with our hands, perhaps we would not have such extreme size differences. But, I usually carry heavier things with my dominant hand. I’ve built up muscle under my left breast that is not matched under my right. I try and lift a heavier hand weight when working out, or just lifting a right hand weight. But its literally been twenty five years of left hand dominance. So I know you want to be normal…BUT you already are. My boyfriend just giggles. But, doesn’t complain. You know one testicle is larger than the other…although they are not on display like breasts are. I’m not saying its not embarrassing to have two noticeably different sizes, but, occasionally we just have to deal with our abnormalities..chalk it up to being human. There are more embarrassing things, like facial hair, unibrow, and other pyhsical deformities. But, how do you buy a bra properly..thats the really question. I either have a gap, or spilleth over…ugh. thats the lame part.

November 10, 2008 at 3:57 pm
(73) Kaitl'n says:

I am fourteen, my left is WAY bigger then my right breast. probley about a cup size difference. I am on birth conrtol, so to the girl who says it makes them even. No, it doesn’t. My left boob started growing when i got onto birth control. its gross, my boobs are lopsided. my boyfriend, doesn’t care. he likes me, for me. but i don’t like it. i hate my self for it. i don’t take my shirt off, because i feel like a freak. then i research it. and there is a disease ! omg. i am getting so streessed over this.

December 3, 2008 at 2:16 pm
(74) Chaz. says:

hey,im nearly 14 and have one boob really bigger than the other.i get really emberresed when it comes to getting changed for anything because its really noticible.!
and i am to scared to have a boyfriend!
my mum knows about it,shes says it because im growing..
if anyone can help please will u email me

December 20, 2008 at 12:20 am
(75) susa says:

my left breast is larger than my right one and has been for years, and while i would not wish this on anyone i am glad to see i am not alone. it is very hard to find a bra that fist well eater one breast is to big for the cup and gets a muffin top or the other is to small to fill the cup and is left with no suport. victoria secrets i pex demi cup works best for me.
i am wondering though. i see a lot of people asking for help but no replys with help in them from doctors or such.
also let me ask, if you were in a relation ship with a man who had one testical that was larger than the other would you care. for my self i say no. but at the same time no man thinks his testicals make him more or less atractive to wemon

December 22, 2008 at 11:34 pm
(76) Mollie says:

wow honestly i thought i was alone…i have the same problem and i don’t know what to do. i notice it when i was 12 and my doctor told my mom when i was younger that i would one breast bigger than the other. but I’m 17 soon going to be 18 and its so embarrassing. i feel like people notice it and its been putting me down for years. can some one please tell me if it would grow to be normal or is there something i can do that doesn’t involve me getting surgery because i don’t want to get implants or anything like that…

December 26, 2008 at 1:49 am
(77) krista says:

hey girlss, so i have the same problem the right boob is a cup size or more then my left.i am 16 going to be 17 in a few days. i notices this about a year or 2 ago and its driving me buts. like i am already really over weight and i cant lose any its hard and now i have to have one boob bigger then the other like im a teen and its hard. you can really tell just by looking at be ever wearing guys big sweaters and tshirts dont hide it. i never talked to anyone about this not even my mom. but its good to no im not alone with this and i could talk to any of yous about it

December 27, 2008 at 2:13 am
(78) Ciela says:

I’m 18 and I have the same thing with my breasts but I don’t let it get me down or anything. It’s definitely noticeable but guys don’t care, and might even like it a little bit. They’re just happy to be seeing boobs. My mom says they’ll even out and they have a bit. I think it’s normal though because most of my friends have this same problem and it’s in the left breast for us. I want to know if there is a reason for this trend?

January 1, 2009 at 2:31 pm
(79) ying says:

i have the same problem as you girls!! my breasts grew when i was 11 and im 13 now. my left breast is bigger than the right one. my mom knows about it and she said that it will even out someday. but i had this poblem since i was 11! n im scared that it might be cancer. i dont know what to do and im really scared and its really noticable. i hope someone can come up with a cure for this stupid thing. my mom is trying to help me by making me eat protein food everyday, excercise and avoid caffine starting this week. i hope this really works! you girls can try this to if you like. and if you want to get surgery on it, u will regret it. losing all that money just for one breast. haha. atleast we are not alone in this:)

January 21, 2009 at 9:17 pm
(80) Anni_B says:

Breasts continue to grow until you are around 25, so if you are young you can wait it out for a while padding the other side of the bra with tissue (thats what ive been doing and no one noticed)
Im 19 and im taking a gamble on reconstructive surgery to enlarge my right breast with an implant in 2 months. It good to know im not the only one =)

January 24, 2009 at 11:28 pm
(81) Hinata says:

OMG finally someone has the same problem as me. I though i was alone but I guess im not. I haven’t told my mom and I just around noticed it like a year ago and im 13 my right breast is a cup larger than my left it is sooo embarresing. I heard that it is because of the hands that you use but im left handed and its my right breast that is bigger. I haven’t told my boyfriend but atleast i know im not alone thanks

January 26, 2009 at 12:14 am
(82) BooBoo says:

WOW!! Is all I can say :) I’m actually happy that I came on here! My left breast is a 36D and my right is 36C i think.. because my bras are 36C and the right one fits perfectly while the left one sticks out!! It really sucks. I too have a boyfriend who love my breasts (LOL) even tho I still do not like them and do not feel comfortable, but I really did think i was the only one.. after reading ALL these testimonials from these women, I feel relieved.

For those women out there who are worrying, well.. Don’t. Go to your doctor if you are worried, if there is pain and if it is very uncomfortable. Mom always told me it was normal but I never believed her, not until NOW when I just read all of these. Some of the stories are EXACTLY in my situation. We are all perfect in our own ways. One of our breasts are bigger than the other for some unique reason.

In my opinion don’t resort to surgery.. it’s a 50/50 chance I would never ever take. Love you for who you are. Who cares what everyone else thinks. No matter what you, are not alone. Yeah it used to get to me emotionally, really badly, but now it doesn’t bother me.

Keep your head up, and love yourself for who you are, not because of what is on your body!

Take Care Ladies :)

January 28, 2009 at 7:27 am
(83) Gina says:

OMG! i’m not alone!!! My left breast is a 42 D while mt right is a 42 B! This huge difference is sooo annoying – especially when you’re only 17. Are there any “specially-made” bras out there to help us? I’m about to cry typing this…

Take care!

January 30, 2009 at 11:19 pm
(84) Sacchi says:

hi, I’m 20 years old since 1 year I am keep on thinking about my breast, because, right Breast Bigger Than left. I am really tensed, any problem with that I want to really know whats the problem is? can you help me Please?

January 31, 2009 at 10:42 pm
(85) Same problem, some humble advice says:

Hi Ladies,

I’m 23 and I have the same problem — my right breast is a full cup-size larger than my left breast (36C versus 36B). The right one hangs a lot lower because it is heavier, so it is very obvious. The theory about handedness is interesting, but it doesn’t explain my problem (I am right-handed, but it is the right breast that is bigger). The consensus from a bit of online research is that this is caused by our favorite things — those mysterious hormones.

It used to bother me a lot, but I have combined a few psychological tricks with a few physical ones, and now I feel pretty good about my whole body… no surgery. I hate to see so many women feeling bad about their bodies, and I hope maybe my tricks can help you, too.

(Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. There is a SMALL chance that a difference in breast size is caused by a tumor in one breast. Learn how to self-check for breast cancer — there are many websites on this — so that you can maybe tell the difference. You should try to have annual check-ups with the doctor if you can afford it, and you should tell him or her about ANYTHING that worries you. You should NEVER feel embarrassed by a doctor; they are NOT allowed to talk about your problems with ANYONE else. If your doctor makes you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed, you should try to find a new doctor.)

Physical Tricks:

1. Always buy a bra to fit the LARGER breast. You will be massively uncomfortable if your bra is too small on one side.

2. Then (as someone already suggested), buy a padded insert or a gel insert. Put one in with your smaller breast. You will probably have to buy two (a whole “set”) in order to use just one of them. There are many different sizes and styles. For example, look on the Bare Necessities website under “accessories” under “pushup pads.”

I use one almost every day (unless a bra is impossible — see below). Over the course of a few years, I have tried all different kinds. Right now I’m using one of the “jump-a-cup” silicone inserts. It’s good because it looks and feels natural, and it’s the right size to make up for the difference in my breasts. It’s bad because having it against your skin all day is a bit hot and sweaty. This actually helps to keep the insert in place, but if you don’t like it, you could get a different type or put a small piece of fabric between you and the silicone.

3. Get creative when you can’t wear your normal bra and insert. 95% of the time, I look and feel normal with my bra and insert. But what about, for example, swimming and strapless dresses?

For swimming, I have had great success with the “Longitude” line (I think J.C. Penney carries it, or you can get them online). I’m not plus-size, but I think these suits work great for people who are plus-size AND people who aren’t. Bathing suits are so scary because they are so tight, and therefore they are so revealing. If you get one that doesn’t show off every single curve, but only shows off the curves you want to show off, then that is a good swimsuit! You could also try a halter-type suit and tie one side up tighter than the other. Or you could try to sew in padding to only one side (some suits come with removable padding anyway!).

For all other fashion statements (like strapless dresses), this is where you need to know what to look for. One of my favorite things is ruching (where the fabric looks like it is crumpled up); this makes it harder to tell exactly what is going on underneath the garment, but can still look sexy. Also look for asymmetrical styles; YOU are asymmetrical, so why shouldn’t your dress be? Experiment with what looks best on you as an individual, beautiful woman.

Psychological Tricks:

Some of you younger women may indeed “even out.” If it doesn’t happen naturally, it’s possible that birth control pills or pregnancy will help… BUT obviously you shouldn’t try these things (especially the latter) just for the slim chance that your breasts will even out!

So, whether you “even out” or not, now is the time to start realizing that there will always be something about your body that is not perfect. Always. If you somehow fix your breasts, maybe that “chicken skin” on your arms will start bothering you. As you get older, maybe it’s varicose veins or saggy underarms. Some of us are trying to lose weight, but we know that we will never be a size 4 (nor should we be). We, as women, need to accept our imperfect selves.

It is GREAT that so many of you have supportive boyfriends or husbands. I do, too. Surrounding yourself with supportive people is one way to start feeling good about yourself (your WHOLE self). But I realize that when your boyfriend says “I love you the way you are,” it’s really sweet but it does not necessarily mean that YOU love you the way you are.

Start focusing on the good things that you see in the mirror — we all have them. Maybe it’s your big doe-eyes or your beautiful black hair. Maybe you were lucky enough to have orthodontia so you have great teeth. Maybe you have awesome toned calves. Whatever it is, latch onto it and go from there.

We also need to start looking beneath the surface — cheesy but true — to realize that we are all capable of beautiful things whether or not we think we are physically beautiful. Write a poem about how you feel. Go feed the ducks with a younger cousin. Volunteer at the animal shelter — I guarantee they won’t care whether one breast is bigger than the other.

My tricks might seem to contradict each other. How can I recommend “hiding” your problem so that no one notices but at the same time say that you need to have confidence and not care what others think?

My answer is that the world has some cruel people in it, especially at some high schools. I was fortunate to be popular in high school, but my sister was not, and I saw how awful girls can be to each other. And as you get older, people continue to judge you by how you look (perhaps not as explicitly, however). The simple truth is that it’s easier to conform, especially while you are a teenager. If you don’t want to conform, more power to you. But if “looking normal” (whatever that means) can help you meet other goals (making friends, feeling confident), and if you can do so without taking drastic measures, I don’t see why you shouldn’t help yourself.

I recommend the show “How to Look Good Naked” for all women out there. It’s a bit cheesy and formulaic. They haven’t dealt with the lopsided-breasts issue. And there are some critics of its non-weight-loss philosophy. But whatever — it is a great show for feeling good about yourself no matter what. It’s also great for realizing that most of the people who look amazing have to work at it, and it teaches you the kinds of things you can do to look amazing also!

Whew, that was long, but I hope it helps. Be strong, stay beautiful.

February 1, 2009 at 5:36 pm
(86) Jess says:

Wow I never knew that there were girls in the same sistution that i’m in…my right breast is WAYY bigger than my left and i’m so embarrassed to take my cloths off in front of my boyfriend!!! Plz tell me what I should do plzz???

February 3, 2009 at 7:24 am
(87) F.Jones says:

Hi, I am 30 years old and up until two months ago I suffered with this problem for 15 years. I had low self esteem, no confidence, I would not get changed in front of a mirror as I did not want to catch a glimps of myself to put it simply I hated my chest and I felt extremly inadiquate (if thats how you spell it!) Anyway after years of trying to figure out what to do as surgery always scared me, I decided to go for it. I had breast implants (one bigger one put into my smaller breast) I feel like a different person, I love myself now and basically cant stop looking at myself in the mirror now! It has been the best thing that I have ever done and my only regret is that I did not do it sooner. I went to the doctors when I was about 17 and was told that my body was still growing and the other breast could catch up, it did not and I do not believe that if you have this problem that it ever would catch up. Basically if you feel the way I felt for years, just go for it, you will feel like a new women.

February 5, 2009 at 2:40 pm
(88) private says:

me left breast is bigger than the right and its like alot harder than the right. is this normal! i feel like a freak! ahhh. is anyone else having this problem

February 15, 2009 at 7:54 pm
(89) Lily Hubes says:

I have the same issue…you guys are all doomed. it is probably the worst condition to have and you will have it for the rest of your life. You either need to get implants that will even it out or you will have the worst sex life for the rest of your life. I am 68 and my breasts have never evened out and they are a full cup size different. It has been very hard on me, I need to get custom made bras.

Good luck. Too bad there is none.

February 18, 2009 at 4:06 pm
(90) jenny says:

Hi, i am 36 and OMG it was my man who told (and showed) me the facts of life. what a shame.
my left one is 10% bigger that the right one. I was soooooooooooo surprised. nd i am not a child…
but anyway, it better late that never.
i’ll keep live with it with no problems. BTW, both my boobs are 90B so i’ll stay alive.

yours, J

February 20, 2009 at 10:27 am
(91) Chan says:

Wow finaly i found people that have the same problem as me. Im in my 20s and have this curse aswell. Im so miserable and hate my life coz of it. No1 has ever seen or know my problem. Id love 2 curl up and die…

March 3, 2009 at 4:27 pm
(92) blah says:

I’m 19 and have the same problem. I know that tons of women have this issue as well. I’ve learned to embrace it, and I’ve never been ashamed because of it. That’s just the way I was made and I’ve been with plenty of guys who have never thought it was weird. None have ever even noticed unless I pointed it out. Love yourself and the body you have, and others will too. But be embarassed about it and you will make it soooo much worse… You don’t need plastic surgery. Guys like confidence so be confident about it and everyone else will as well.

March 11, 2009 at 2:26 am
(93) kevin says:

hi im a guy an i have the same promblem i wish it would go away too do you think if i do enough push ups itll even out?

March 11, 2009 at 2:28 am
(94) kevin says:

i also have the same promblem i didnt think a lot of other people did too i dont even wear tight shirts cause of it i hate it so much

March 15, 2009 at 1:24 pm
(95) Jen says:

I am 19 going on 20, I have had 2 kids & I am pregnant right now. I never had a problem with my breast until I got pregnant the first time.. ever since then I have noticed that My left one is a lot bigger than the right.. And they are no longer perky like they use to be.. Im always saying something about it to my fiance every day.. he just looks at me and says it’s fine.. I really hate it though.. & yes it does lower your self esteeem.. but at the same time, even though I think about it everyday.. I know it’s probally never going to change.. so the only thing I can do, after having my baby is work out & get back into shape, and wear a supportive bra to try & not make things worse.. The doctor always told me it was normal.. so I guess there is nothing else I can do about it besides get surgery.. which.. is not happening..lol
Goodluck to all of you women who have the same problem.. It’s nothing fun to deal with.. and it is hard to talk about.. but just think your not the only one out there who has that problem..

March 19, 2009 at 4:01 am
(96) Raven says:

I’m 14 and i also have the same problem.my right boob is bigger than the left one.is it a seroius issue.i did not tell my mom fearing her reaction.but i showed it to my boyfriend he also took pictures of it and put it up online and many people commented that it was ok for this age do u think so. plz some one ans

March 20, 2009 at 6:11 am
(97) ~Louise~ says:

I’ve always known one of my breasts was bigger than the other. My left breast is fair more tender and not as soft as the right. I might get this checked out at the doctor cos of that, but i know it might just be strain because of the size difference. I’ve just realised recently that I’m very flat chested on the right, whereas my left fills a bikini much more. But I just think of it as… the bigger one makes my chest appear bigger! which I like…and if it wasn’t bigger then i would look more flat chested. Would it really make that much difference if my right was bigger too? No guy has ever looked horrified at my chest! Im sure that guys are so happy to be seeing/playing with breasts that they just don’t care less. So my message is, don’t worry about it.

March 20, 2009 at 8:27 am
(98) ~Louise~ says:

..and to the girl who said that your friends teased you about it…I’m sure they were trying to say that it’s really nothing to worry about, and it should be laughed off. We all have quirky things about our bodies, and I find them endearing qualities.

March 20, 2009 at 5:35 pm
(99) Rdabby says:

well of course i have the same problem..when i turned 18 i felt something was wrong since one was bigger and felt some weird things inside!
went to the doctor..did the mammogram and ultrasound,turned out to be a Benign and some cells inside the breasts. Now i have to do a mammogram and ultrasound every year. whats bothing me is the size of the cells arent that bigalthough one breast is a D and the other is a C ,am supposed to wait till they get big enough so i can get them removed.. the mamogram is very annoying..plus am only 23 heard that am too young for mammogram! so am i too young for a mammmogram? and should i get them removed so i dont feel pain and my breasts can be even!!!

March 20, 2009 at 8:26 pm
(100) sha says:

I really can’t believe there are so many women out there with this problem. I am 35 and can remember i was 12 when i noticed the problem, my mum took me to the doctor’s and he said nothing is wrong, my breast will grow out.
I have been married for 9 years with a four year old beautiful daughter, and though i tried to have as much confidence in myself about it as i can, it bothers me so much.

It’s jsut nice to know that i am not alone. Now i feel so much better in moving forward in reconstructing my breast .

Reading all of your noted has strenghten me.

March 27, 2009 at 2:13 pm
(101) Lizzie says:

Hey girls, I’m 20 and have the same problem, I have large breasts so the difference is VERY noticable… All you girls at 13-16 I wouldn’t worry about it too much as there’s a fair chance they can even themselves out in the next few years…

It’s nice to know I’m not the only one… Anyone who’s worried about what men will think about it DON’T… If it bothers them they simply aren’t worth it!!!

Love and Sparkles xxx

March 28, 2009 at 1:11 pm
(102) Rachii says:

hi… I am 12 and it is the same with me, my right boob is smaller then the left and it is really embarrassing because you can tell though my t-shirt!!! plz help !!! will exersise help or what? HELP !!! :$ :(

April 17, 2009 at 5:22 pm
(103) cherice says:

Hey peeps my name is cherice kehaulani bohol at age eighteen
born and raised on the big island of hawaii
Known for beaches palm trees and waves
i just turned eighteen in november
First i noticed after graduation
my boobs grew bigger along w/my weight
I only weight about 125 pounds
after gaining about 5 pounds
slowly it started small then bigger
sometimes one will grow catch up to the other and then few days latter one is way too bigg then the other.Going to a beach seems like a nightmare to me.Feel very diformed un natural and realy hideous.Thers alot of cute bikinis wich i wish to try out but im worried that people would obviously notice big time.Anywayz i need help to fix it.for myself.Meeting guys are really hard for me now.Problem is i wanna fix it before it grows extremely worse but im not exactly financially stable enough to do something about it.So pls anybody help me pls.

April 19, 2009 at 10:06 am
(104) Erin says:

I have the same problem. My right breast is WAY bigger than my left. Like, by a lot. I asked my mom about it and she said that my aunt had the same problem (but she had an implant to make them bigger, not a reduction). It started when I was younger, but it wasn’t that bad. Now about 2 years later, my right is like 2″ longer than the left. Recently, my mom asked me if I still had the problem, and when I said yes she said that when I go to get my physical @ the doctor’s that she’ll have to look @ them and I might get a reduction.

I’m really worried and I don’t know what to do. Plus, it’ll be really awkward @ the doctors.

April 20, 2009 at 6:57 pm
(105) Linda says:

I’m 61 yrs old…and have delt with this since I was 12. I never told my Mother..or anyone. And no Doctor has ever made a commet.
So I knew I wasn’t alone. And finding this site has made me feel good…..because I’m not alone.

April 20, 2009 at 10:15 pm
(106) Marisa says:

I have the same problem like many other women my left is bigger than my right almost 1 cup size. It doesn’t bother me as much as it used to I have learnedto love my breasts how they are. I work with cancer patients and majority of them have breast cancer and ONLY have one breast and alot of scarring. Young, elderly all ages and when I really think about it I just thank god that I have two healthy breasts. I am curious to know if most of the ppl on here with this probelm have regular menstraul cycles?? I do not. I have a feeling this might have something to do?? Who knows I am just really curious as to why this happens and why moreso the Left breast? There has to be a reason they just haven’t figured it out yet

April 20, 2009 at 11:25 pm
(107) Rose says:

Hi, I’m 21 experience the same thing as many women here. My right breast with in the last 6 months is noticeably larger then the left. Everyone is posting here but I don’t see any explanation…Is this cancerous, what is the cause? God Bless all.

April 20, 2009 at 11:28 pm
(108) Rose says:

In response to Marisa about cylces effecting the even breast. My cycle is NEVER regular, has NEVER been since I began at 12. It’s not uncommon for me to skip one month a year. For example Januarys was the 28th…Feb not one…March the 7th…and April the 12th. I’ve never thought anything of it. The uneven-ness has always slightly been there, not enough for anyone else to notice. But my boyfriend of 3 1/2 years happend to point it out recently (I had notice but not said anything). It’s seems larger now then in years prior.

April 24, 2009 at 3:40 am
(109) lulu says:

i have the same prblem my left boob is bigger than my rightim 14 years old i dont why but its freaking me out is someway i can fix w/o sugery i always usually wear a jacket b/c im afriad people might notice i need some advice im too emmbrassed to go to my mom or big sis

April 24, 2009 at 3:51 am
(110) lulu says:

i mean is there a natural way to fix my right one so it can be even

April 28, 2009 at 1:57 am
(111) fadeaway says:

i’ve had the same problem since i was around 14 and now i’m almost 17 and it still hasn’t fixed and im so depressed and have no self esteem. i recently decided to see if i can do anything about it. i thought you coud just go to the doctor and they’ll give you a shot or something and problem fixed but from what i’m reding here it looks like its permanent unless you have surgury!!! this cant be i have 4 brothers and no sister and im the oldest. its so hard being the only girl besides my mom and i havent even told her because im so shy. i havent gone to a doctor about it because im shy. i cant take any surgurys or anything without the whole neighborhood finding out i’ll have to move i dont want to be laughed at!!! this cant be…
please if anyone has any solutions please please tell me

i also never have regular periods i skip one month two months sometimes more i dont understand.

May 1, 2009 at 4:47 am
(112) Sarah says:

I have just come to realise today that my left breast is bigger then the right. Everything else is the same. I have never experienced this before. This is normal or should I be aware of something? or should I see my doctor?
Please advise.

May 2, 2009 at 4:57 pm
(113) Ellinor says:

Hello, erm.. im 12 (13 in two weeks)
my left breast is almost MORE THAN HALF THE SIZE as the right one and I’m only an A cup (almost not even that)!
I’ve had this for a year and it’s really deppressing ;_;! Can someone tell me what to do? ._.
if this continues im going to do a breast-minimizer (?) when i get older D:
and nobody else in my family has it ._.

May 2, 2009 at 5:06 pm
(114) Maria Reed says:

i know how u all feeling with this issue having a breast bigger then the other. i had the same problem since i was 12 and now im 24 years old, every summer i cover myself up with a jacket so no one notice even when i take my coat off i fold my arms over my breats coz i dont want people to notice or say look freak…… but i got a hospital appoitment on 14th of may to see if they can do anything or not. im a bit worried but not to much…

May 2, 2009 at 5:21 pm
(115) Ellinor says:

ehm, im accually most concerned bcuz i’ve read all the post and most of you have gotten it at age 12, and i got this at age 12 too (a year ago)
and, i can only pray to god that it’s going to even out! D:

May 3, 2009 at 10:45 pm
(116) chase says:

ever since i was in middle school i have been very self conscious of the way i looked,i am tall and skinny,34b,kinda,i purposly went to an all grls school so i wuldnt have to go through the tauntin of boyz.just a couple months ago i noticed my left breast was slightly , larger than the right.this sunk my confidence,becuz i already have a massive fear of REJECTION .i asked my mther if it was a huge diffference and she was like no the left is just a little bit bigger.i know its normal but im scared if i ever actually com n contact wit a guy,not just n my imagination tht he wnt reject me ,or evn worse embarrase me .this is a huge tear jerker,i feel so damn alone,out of all my friends im the only 1 who has never been kissed,this lopp sided boob thing just puts the cherry on top of everything

May 18, 2009 at 12:22 am
(117) Anonymous says:

My right breast is a little bigger than my left breast. I noticed it when I was 14 or 15 years old. I was told by a nurse that it’s normal. But it’s making me feel embarassed. My bf of 5 years now has never mentioned it to me. He seems to be ok with it. But I am certainly not. I need to know if there is anything that I can do about it?

May 21, 2009 at 5:10 am
(118) ericka says:

Hi! i’m 20 turning 21 in a month. im a 34b or a 34C. it really depends on the brand.my right breast is bigger than my left. i have never really noticed it before until i really starred at them about a year ago, but when i look back in some of my picture from highschool, i realized that my breast has always been uneven. my boyfriend noticed it and HE DOESNT CARE AT ALLLL!!! cmon they’re guys, aslong as you have it.. then its all gravy! haha. but as for my feelings, it kinda bugs me because its almost summer and im going to be in a bikini. i guess putting an extra pad on the right side of my bikini helps a little bit but im still kind of nervous of what people might say.. i’m just glad i’m not alone! infact, im more worried for my flat ass! HAHAHAH okay girls hope you guys feel better!

May 24, 2009 at 10:01 am
(119) Mia says:

Hey ladies, I am 22 and have only noticed this year that my right breast is MASSIVELY bigger than my left. The nipples are even at different heights. I was sick last year and dramatically lost lots and lots of weight and now my boobs have grown back crazy.

It sort bugs me, but even if the size difference is substantial I don’t think most people can possibly notice unless you were standing up perfectly straight in front of them with no top on! My boyfriend hasn’t even noticed as far as I can tell…

I’m glad not to be the only one, but try not to stress too much everyone. It’s most likely that no one can tell but you, and your breasts might always even out with weight change, breastfeeding or of their own accord.

May 26, 2009 at 4:49 pm
(120) jen says:

hi girls. i’m 16 & i’ve had this problem for about 2 years. my right boob is alot bigger than my left and my left is almost flat. im a 34b on the bigger side. i can’t tell my friends or my mum because i’m so shy. i can’t even tell my boyfriend, even though i know he’ll still love me. i hate myself. it’s making me miserable. i feel like a freak. i hate every single part of my body, there is not one bit of me that i like. i cant go swimming without hating every minute, and i never like buying new underwear becuase i know it will look awful. i cant take my clothes off, even in the mirror, let alone for my boyfriend. i’m really hoping they will even out soon, but if they don’t i think i’ll go for surguery because they is no way i can live like this. i feel disgusting. i’m really happy that i know there are other people with the same problem. i’m sure you are all very beautiful women. i wish you all the luck in the world, because i know how you feel.
Love, Jenny.

June 3, 2009 at 1:37 pm
(121) Azaleeia says:

Hello I am 21 F, i too have similar problem as mentioned above. My right breast is slightly smaller than my left one, Is it good or will i have any problem due to this, If it is not a good for me what can you treatment or medicine you can suggest me so as to get both of my breast into same size. Hoping for a quick response from you. Thank You……..

June 3, 2009 at 5:32 pm
(122) Vanessa says:

Hi, I am 18 years old, right handed and I noticed about a year ago that my left breast is bigger than my right one. It got worse too since last year. I don’t really know the sizes.. but it might be 1/2 or 1 cup bigger. I don’t really wear bikinis or anything anyways so its not very noticeable, and my boyfriend is very supportive so I’m not that embarassed about it. The one thing I’m worried about though is if its bad to have it that different.
I know, everyone has a slight difference, but is it okay to have it that different?
I hope it evens out!! =(

June 10, 2009 at 2:33 am
(123) Daina says:

Omg plz help me I’m 12 years old and my right breast is bigger than my left it’s pretty noticable and i’m scared what people will think of me! Plz someone what do I do!

June 11, 2009 at 2:12 am
(124) NEyiA says:


June 11, 2009 at 6:27 pm
(125) privatePLZ says:

yeah. I’m 14, same problem. My right’s way bigger than my left. no one’s noticed, thank god, but it’s so weird…

June 15, 2009 at 2:47 pm
(126) jade says:

i have the same problem i am 14 and i am really cscared that they wont even out and my left one is a hole cup size smaller then rightone and i dont know what is wrong with them i mean i know its normal to have one bigger then the other but mine are really noticable and know one i know is like me so idk what to do!!???

June 18, 2009 at 2:34 am
(127) some guy says:

I am a 29 year old male who totally came across this site by accident (don’t ask). I just want to let you ladies know that you have absolutely nothing to worry about when it comes to breast symmetry. Any man that’s worth your time will think you are the most beautiful thing on earth, regardless of breast size/shape. If a guy doesn’t accept you for who you are, kick him to the curb.

June 20, 2009 at 2:53 pm
(128) Joanne says:

i have the Same problem. i am 14 years Old and its becoming a very difficult problem. its hard enough going to the beach and putting on the embarrasing baithing suit, but i just entered high school, and changing in the locker room is pretty anoyying =| this has lowerd my self esteem alot, and im embarressed to talk about it.. is there a way i can make One grow? because after doing research, i find that most girls who have this problem, have it there whole life =/

June 20, 2009 at 4:10 pm
(129) Elma says:

Yeah.. I got that problem too and I’m soon to be 15. It’s been like that ever since I can remember to have grown breasts. It’s such of a big difference that one of them is hanging down (as weird as it sounds) while the other one is so small that it’s pointing out up. I wish there was something I’ll be able to do about it =[

June 27, 2009 at 7:36 pm
(130) Sher says:

i am 20 years old and i have noticed that my right breast is way bigger than the left one it started when i was about 12 or 13 years old i really don’t like it at all, it kinda brings down myself esteem a bit

July 1, 2009 at 5:24 pm
(131) G.R says:

Im 13yrs old nd i thought that something was wrong with my body,that it wasnt working right.Im happy to find out that im not alone in this.(thank god)And that people know how much it wrecks your self confidence.Now that i know im not alone its given me a boost in my self confidence:)

July 3, 2009 at 2:09 pm
(132) Christina says:

Im 17 and i have had my period since i was 13, my left breast has grown to a large B, but my right breast i dont think has grown at all. But in my case, its my genes, because my mother has the same problem, and in the same breast as well. Its very frustrating because i barely have any cleavage and if any cleavage at all, its lops sided. ugh omfg.

July 5, 2009 at 6:06 pm
(133) arrielle says:

hi i am 18 years old

i have always notice when i was like 14 that my left breast is bigger then my right breast. i was okay may be theyll evan out when i get older. plus i asked my mom why is one bigger then the other. she told me that “one side of your body is bigger then the other.” then i was okay maybe thats it and the right breast will catch up when i get older. know im 18 years old and my left breast still looks fuller then my right breast. my breast all ways hurt. what should i do?

July 10, 2009 at 12:08 pm
(134) cath says:

hi all, am 24, since i waz bout 12 av noticed 1 breast has always bin bigger than the other by lyk 2 cup sizes. am really embarrassd… i cnt tel ne1 b4 findin this site i felt lyk a freak.. i feel really embarassd bout gettim intimate wid men.. i cnt get undressd in frnt of ne1…. iv bin thinkin bout goin the docs to c ie i cn get surgery on the nhs. bt am too scared…. i wan go on hol wid my new bf bt cnt wear a bikini,. gr

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July 24, 2009 at 7:45 am
(140) jaz says:

im the say way my left is bigger then my right me and my cousin always try and figure out we ask our mom they say that just a normal thing i learn you just have to live with it i’m not afraid of wearing swimsuits and all of that im only afarid because of my gut. I’M also not afarid to let my boyfriend see either ain’t none he can say that will hurt me about my breast. I have small breast he tell me that but i don’t care alot of boys tell me that but my boyfriend think they sexy i would honestly rather have small then huge. It’s no big deal be happy enjoy life some people don’t have both they breast because of breast cancer i should know my aunt had she is now a 2 year survivor and she’s proud with 1 or both. So be happy i love the breast that god blessed me with and my body would change my body over plastic surgery over the world because if the boys i like if they don’t i don;t care because they don’t own it or have to be near me to look at it. They not inside iy why should i have to care.

July 26, 2009 at 6:31 am
(141) Abby says:

when I was 11 I had this schoolcheck up and was told that my back bone is not straight . I was given a letter about scoliosis (I dont really know how to spell it). It says that , in a girl , the right breast will be bigger then the other. And about waist being uneven and shoulders too. Blah blah . It sucks man . Having a breast bigger than the other.I feel like a monster!

July 27, 2009 at 8:26 am
(142) Tam B says:

I was wondering for the women that say they are VERY visibly off… if you are a D and a C, why not go DOWN to a C instead of up to the D? No implant then and frankly in years to come, your back will thank you! If you are young, remember that as you get older, have kids, etc, they start to sag.

July 27, 2009 at 3:58 pm
(143) JAMIE says:


July 30, 2009 at 1:22 am
(144) Jennifer says:

I’m 17 almost 18 now, and my right breast is larger then my left. I wear a size A cup, and a 34 B. I was just curious is it normal for them to be small at my age? They have grown over the years, but so slowly and I just wonder if they will ever get bigger. I dont like the way they look at all and, I’m not too scared to use any creams, I just want fast results. Any advice??

August 2, 2009 at 8:53 pm
(145) shopping for a bra says:

It isn’t fun shopping for a bikini or bra when your one book is a DD and other is a D. I pop out of my bra and bikini on one side and look great on the other. My hubby says it is no big deal…but it is too me. I am 33 and have had this my whole life. It is embarrassing to say the least. It doesn’t seem to go away. I wonder why this is?

August 8, 2009 at 2:21 pm
(146) thetruth says:

The truth is that women who have one breast bigger than the other masturbate to much your constantly using one side of your body to massage your vagina…therefore tones that side of the body more..so try masturbating with ur other hand…sorry

August 9, 2009 at 1:28 pm
(147) Susan says:

I’m 41 years old and when I was 20 I had breast reconstruction as my left breast was much smaller. An implant was put in and gradually filled with saline to increase the size. 20 years on and I have had 6 breast augmentation operations. when I had my 2 children I needed an uplift after as one side drooped and other didn’t. Two days ago I had the original saline pumped implant removed and replaced with regular tear drop implant and my right side lifted. They look really well. I am glad that I got this op done years ago, I know of a girl who chose to have the larger breast reduced and has had many problems, I’d advise to have the smaller breast increased in size and believe my your confidence will soar as you no longer need to try and hide behind baggy jumpers and keep your secret to yourself

August 14, 2009 at 7:19 pm
(148) Simone says:

I am 19 years l i hae always had one brest bigger than the other but i have recently noiced my right brest is noticably bigger then my left say a cup bigger, i have told my mother and she has said for me to go to the doctors in the week, im am so affraid, i have checked for lumps and icant find any. could someone please reasure me untill i see a doctor.

August 17, 2009 at 4:41 pm
(149) Abirow says:

Oh Thank god i’ve been LITTERALLY FREAKING OUT about my boobs recently. I’m 17 and I noticed about 6 months ago that one boob became slightly bigger than the other one . I thought it was normal but I started worrying about my case when I knew that my 26-year-old cousin was diagnosed with breast cancer. I couldn’t sleep at night. I even woke up in the middle of the night to check if there was a growing mass!!

I’m now so relieved to know that other people aslo have the same problem. I can sleep now. Goodnight !!

August 25, 2009 at 7:36 am
(150) Poppy says:

im 13 years old and my right boob is a lot bigger too, my right is a 32c and my left is only a 32a, its stressing me right out coz of the massive difference, ive been stuffing my bra with panty pads put in half for bout a year and its worked but now its growing again i hav NO idea wot to do!! my friend has even noticed. im scared aswell coz my boyfriend might wnna ”feel” me and hell notie it BIG tIME…plzzzzz helllppp!!

August 25, 2009 at 7:41 am
(151) poppy says:

im 13 and i hav the same problem. my left boob is a 32 a and my right is a 32c, its a great difference and it makes me so paranoid, i stuff it up with halfed panty pads but its stopped working now oz i keep developing and im sared that later on in life with a boyfriend they’ll want to get nude and they’ll see it and spread it as a rumor..does anyone know how to make them look the same size???….

August 26, 2009 at 2:49 pm
(152) whitney says:

well i agree with you all. i have the same problem. one of my left one is bigger than my right one and i don’t think that its normal. mines started when i was 12 years old..i was molested by my cousin and they grew wrong from there. im 20 years old now. i don’t hide it from any guy i’ll just come out and tell you..my boyfriend knows sometimes we joke about it but sometimes its not funny. it makes me sad, but i got to live with it.

August 30, 2009 at 9:47 pm
(153) Chels says:

I have the same problem and I am 16 years old, my left is larger then my right by a whole cup size I think. My Mother says its totally normal when your going through puberty.

September 2, 2009 at 6:52 pm
(154) Bonnie says:

Hi Im 14 and i thought i was the only one like this =( Well you know how everyones been saying that cause their right handed their right brest is bigger well im right handed but its my left boob that is bigger =( I really hope they even out and i never wear singlets or dresses because of it they’ve been like this since i was 11 going on 12 and im not skinny because my weight is always 65-70kg doesnt matter how much exersize or healthy eating i do….so it makes my life even harder =(

September 2, 2009 at 9:36 pm
(155) I SAY says:

If you want to find something to wear go to your local medical supply store. There you will find a breast form. I have the same condition and i’m almost 30. I’ve been dealing with this all my life as well, and if a guy likes you, loves you, whatever the case maybe he will not care about the “little things”!! Seriously I know! I’ve been with the guy I’m with for 10 yrs! Good luck to you all!

September 8, 2009 at 1:50 am
(156) Candice says:

hello everyone. i have been reading alot of these stories and it is so great to know that im am not the only one. because like alot of you on here i have been really emotional about it and i haven’t told my mom or discussed it with anyone. but i think some people know and wont say anything. but i feel so awkward when they stare at me and embarrassed because idk how to fix it. i would say that problem is on my mind 80% of the time. and idk…its just weird. i really would like someone to talk to about it. if anyone would like to chat let me know so i can post my email. i could use some support. thanks!

September 8, 2009 at 2:39 pm
(157) Jo says:

I can’t believe the amount of comments from people in the same position as me – my left breast is at least one cup size larger than the right.
I am 26 years old and never been in a long-term relationship because my self confidence is so low.
I did go to the doctors once who referred me to the hospital but they put me off having cosmetic surgery because they said that it might not even them out.
I have never told anyone about it as I am too ashamed and don’t want everytime I see that person for them to be staring at me differently.
I do think if anyone hugs me they might be able to tell the difference though.
Candice – same as you I would like someone to talk to, so post your email address if you want.
I have been overweight and underweight, and nothing has made any difference! They have been like this since I ever had boobs!

September 9, 2009 at 11:47 am
(158) I SAY says:

Candice if you’d like to talk I’d be more then willing to talk to you or anyone about my life with it. As I said before I am 28 and I have had many long term relationships and non of the guys have judged me bc of it. So if you’d like to talk you can email me at FroggieStyle333@aol.com
Keep your head up ladies! If you love yourself someone else will be able to love you as well!

September 12, 2009 at 1:56 am
(159) de pineda says:

my right is bigger than the left…and im kinda over weight but get good comments all the time…but i really dnt care anymore n im 19..its really not that bad n the hubby love them..thats what made me love them..im a 40d

September 13, 2009 at 12:27 am
(160) I Wana Say says:

I also have the same problem .My left Boob is smaller tahn the Right one but i havn’t said it to my mom becuase of her reaction but my fiancee have noticed and have asked me for the same. he is not in the favour of surgery but want from me to get increase in its size . Please tel me is their any other way to increase its size

September 14, 2009 at 8:13 pm
(161) Rachel says:

Im 14 and my left breast is a cup size smaller. people say that it is normal if its on you dominent side. say if your right handed and your right breast is bigger, they say its normal but im right handed and my left breast is bigger. i have no idea what it means!

September 15, 2009 at 9:41 pm
(162) Candice says:

Hey Jo leave your email if you want and i will definitely get back to you. I SAY I will email you really soon. tonight actually so look for that in time.

September 15, 2009 at 9:47 pm
(163) Candice says:

Rachel it just simply means that if you use your right hand more than your left that your right is your dominant. I’ve heard of that but at the same time i don’t really believe it. the whole thing is so confusing and it brings me down sometimes to think about it because i don’t think it affects everyone.

September 17, 2009 at 1:58 pm
(164) Brittany says:

wow. well know you know you are not the only one that has this problem. I do too. I am 16 and i have been going through it since i was 11 years old. But through time the docter say it will grow a bit bigger. I dont know if any of you guys have notice the differences in your brest’s, but im sure it has changed? And yes if it doesnt change then im certainly getting that breast reduction surgery …or ..you know . Making them the same size. It really sucks to see other girls flash their boobs with low v-shaped shirts. eh…But …What i’ve come to realize a bit that maybe it started to grow slower , Maybe because i was in sports. Especially basketball….they always elbowed me in my left breast which really hurt. So that may be the reason why. But im not sure if it is exact. I wonder, Do push up bras help the problem ? And Birth control pills? im really confused about that

September 18, 2009 at 1:35 pm
(165) Candice says:

i used to be in sports as well. I don’t play anymore. But as far as birth control I have questioned that as well but I’m unsure.

September 18, 2009 at 2:48 pm
(166) Jo says:

Candice, send me an email if you like, would be great to chat to someone in the same situation.
Brittany – im afraid neither the pill or push up bras have had any effect on mine….same old problem!

September 18, 2009 at 2:50 pm
(167) Jo says:

Candice: add is jomc1983@hotmail.co.uk

September 19, 2009 at 1:45 am
(168) denise says:

its such a drag/I am 43 1 cup difference docters say to exercise the opposite side but that does not work.Who has 1000S of dollars not I.take care
and remember you still got them,denise

September 24, 2009 at 12:17 pm
(169) A Kaur says:

hey guys i am 23 and i have the same problem!! but wait did anyone noticed that its mostly the LEFT BREAST which is bigger than the other?! i wonder what may cause that?! maybe your heart lol

September 28, 2009 at 12:55 pm
(170) mom may says:

My beautiful 10 year old daughter has this problem. She has had it since she was 8 or 9 she is a fast developer. She got her period last year when she was 9 and has one every month since then. I know she is a self conscious about this even at her age. She is a size a on the left side and about a b on the right side. It is quite noticeable. We have bought her sports bras because she feels more comfortable because most sports bras don’t show much breast definition. I worry bout her because she has started puberty at an early age. Anyone else have a daughter going thru this at this early age?

October 1, 2009 at 4:42 am
(171) Mio says:

I am 18 years old and i too have the same problem.
My right breat is larger than my left.
My right nipple is bigger than the other too.

They’ve been this way since i was 11 and it really makes me feel depressed whenever i look in the mirror and such. I’m so embarassed i haven’t even told my mum or anyone for a matter of fact.

I’m still hoping that one day the other will catch up but i try not to dwell on it too much. It just really knocks my self esteem down though some times.

October 15, 2009 at 3:18 pm
(172) nessy says:

i have the same problem, i absolutely hate it! my right boob is bigger, not a whole cup size but about half a size. and the worst part about it is i didnt even notice it myself! i was in the shower with my boyfriend and he pointed it out, now i dont even want to take my shirt off infront of him! if anyone knows if that birth control trick works PLEASE let me know.

October 20, 2009 at 2:16 am
(173) Zuleika says:

Well, girls, i’, 23 years old and i have the same problem as u guyz have i’m puertoricans i thou it would be more common on latina girls but as i can read i’m not the only one. My breast on the right i might say is perfect for me but the other one i hate it . I fiill a cup C on my breast but i don’t fill a cup D is like is beteen B, C but not all D. The left one is like B but it doesn’t fill a C cup and the right one is a C but it gets outs when. IS like heelll trying to fir a good fkin BRA that u really like the ones that work so far are maidenform, leonisa, calvin clein…. not all :S …. Sometimes i have even cried in a dressing room fitting the upper part of a bathing suit… it’s horrible but i feel ok when i know im not the only one with this problem… i’m really self concious about it … my mom took me to the doctor once when i was 18 but he says is a cosmetic surgery here it cost like ove 4,000$ and it’s half if it only is one breast but, why would i get one done if i want it even… but i’m afraid of the surgery… because of the quiloide.. and afraid of me not cicatrazing well….. he told me that the left breast is 25 and the right one is 23… this really sucks not to have the self confidence to wear soemthing that u like…. I have tried looosing weight toe ven them out and not a chance still noticeable…It sucks.. sometimes when i look in the mirror i see the big difference….. :S and being intimate with someone it sucks cuz u’re thinking tooo much of how u look :S … anyways we’re not alone in this…

October 31, 2009 at 3:17 am
(174) Carly says:

Im very worried about this and am too embarrased to tell my mother or see a doctor. Im 19 and have always had uneven breasts since they started growing, and ones always been alot bigger than the other. Now recently its grown even larger now. I keep thinking cancer, because i dont know what else it could be. Its really scareing me

November 2, 2009 at 1:43 pm
(175) private says:

hi i just turned 19 and i started noticing that one of my breast is bigger than the other one. my left breast is huge and im starting to think maybe now that i have been taking birth control pills is that the reason why one is larger than the other because i never had this problem when i was taking the birth control shot a year ago and i just started taking the pills like some months ago. i really dont like it but now i feel more comfortable about talking to my mother and my boyfriend about it

November 9, 2009 at 12:02 am
(176) Jaky says:

hi, im 18 yrs old and i have noticed that my right breast is bigger than my left one. This has become a bother since i had always thought they would even out but that has yet to happen. I’ve thought about surgery but i would rather not get it done even though i hate the difference in size. I sometimes do “stuff” my left bra with a small cloth because toilet paper didn’t work out for me lol. I also have another part of my body which i’m also self conscious about and both of these problems sadden me because the only solution seems to be surgery. However, reading more about both issues is starting to make me more open minded and i think if i continue to hear that im not alone in such situations will one day make me fully accept myself the way i am. Thanx for all of ur comments : )

November 11, 2009 at 1:38 pm
(177) lisa says:

its incredible how so many women have had this problem!! it makes me feel so much better!!i had one breast about a cup size or slightly more bigger than the other one i went to my gp as it really got me down as i couldnt wear certain clothes and was embarrassed in a bikini. he refered me to an NHS plastic surgeon and i got implants done on the NHS, he put me up to a 32DD rather than a 32b and 32a. They are now better but still slightly different so i am going back to have the right one tightened next week. I wanted to say this for all those that are really really upset you should try your gp as i have not had to pay anything and feel alot happier.xx

November 11, 2009 at 1:44 pm
(178) lisa says:

omg girls i CANNOT believe there are so many people with this problem! My right was about a cup size bigger than my left and i went to my GP who refered me to an NHS plastic surgeon. I had implants done for free to even me out. I went from a 32a/b to a 32 DD and they are now loads better, over the last few months the right has started to sag down again so i am going back next week for corrective surgery. Maybe i was just lucky they agreed to operate but if you are getting really down then try and see your GP cos if you dont want implants they can take tissue out of the bigger one so they match.
good luck girls hope this helps!! ;)

November 11, 2009 at 1:47 pm
(179) lisa says:

also forgot to say that for those of you that are not keen on implants they can do surgery where they take tissue out of the bigger one to match the smaller one. try the NHS it could make a real difference xx

November 12, 2009 at 12:23 pm
(180) lisa says:

i have posted three messages!! i didnt think they were sending!!!ooops!

November 17, 2009 at 1:16 am
(181) Veronica says:

Hi, I am 20 years old and my left breast is a cup bigger than my right, it’s been that way for as long as I can remember. I’ve been on birth control for 2 years now and it has no effect on my breasts. I hate it, my bras never fit me correctly when it comes to my right side. I’m seriously considering breast augmentation.

November 19, 2009 at 4:14 pm
(182) stephanie says:

hello, i am stephanie and i am 12 years old.
my right breast is not yet a full cup size bigger than the other but almost that far, and it has a diformed freackle on it, i asked my mom and she said it was nattural, ubut not for the freakle, u just am worried it might be something, i dont know what it might be,

November 24, 2009 at 3:23 pm
(183) Justine says:

OMMMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG me and my friend jamo have the SAME problemmm omgggg help us! its so weird

November 24, 2009 at 10:17 pm
(184) emily says:

hey, im 14.
my right breast is WAY bigger than my left.
and it hurts to look at my body.. because i hate it so much. and the breaast size makes me want to cry, because i know i’ll never be happy with my body.. but one less problem would be an amazing help.. surgery is COMPLETLY out of the question, never, EVER.
please help.. :(

November 30, 2009 at 6:44 pm
(185) Chasity says:

hey my name is chasity and my right breast is bigger than my left one and it tends to droop rather than the other one thats smaller.. its brought my self esteem real low how can this be fixed? my fiance has seen them and loves them but i need to know how to fix it.

December 6, 2009 at 2:11 pm
(186) Tair says:

Ladies, haven’t you thought that maybe this is a normal thing just as an eye is bigger that the other one?

Don’t get me wrong, I myself have recently discovered that my left breast is a little bigger than the right one. (By the way, I’m 21 years old). I did feel a little concerned about it. but when I started to read your comments, I said to my self “wow, there more than I thought” and started to realize that maybe its normal.

Unless you feel uneasy because you think it doesn’t look good, I am starting to believe (seeing how many we are so far) that it’s a normal thing and it makes me feel relieved that there isn’t anything wrong with me.

So cheer up! :) ok? Don’t be too down. Obviously it is important to check it out with a doctor just in case, so do not discard that. (I’ll be doing that myself soon)
But, I repeat, calm down and take it easy.

I love you all. Really.

We’re not alone, we have each other.

December 10, 2009 at 6:15 pm
(187) Pamela says:

Holy Crap! This is wild, I had no idea this is what was going to come up when I typed this in the search bar, Lol. Im 25, and its only in the last year or less that my right breast has become larger than my left. As I read most of your comments it seems that either pregnancy or puberty is when this became an issue, so naturally I am concerned that mine is something bad because for me it is neither. Its not an entire cup size difference, but it seems to be getting worse! If it doesn’t get much worse than I won’t do anything about it but if it does…..I would have to get surgery. It is already affecting my self esteem and, its kinda uncomfortable when one is heavier than the other! Anyways, same old story by the sounds of it but does anyone have any ideas why this would only be happening now? Im not pregnant, Ive been on the same birth control for years, I haven’t gained or lost significant weight…..there doesn’t seem to be any reason for it to have started.

December 15, 2009 at 12:20 am
(188) Ginny says:

I am 17 years old, almost 18, and my right breast has been larger than the left for about 3 years now. I figured they would even out eventually, but it has just gotten worse. My right breast seems to be 1 1/2 sizes larger than my left! I havent talked to anyone about this out of embarassment. I read that one typically seems to be just a bit larger than the other depending on whether you are right or left handed. But I cannot handel this. I would very much like them to just be NORMAL. I am not into surgery. ahh. help.

December 20, 2009 at 6:03 pm
(189) sonia says:

oh my god i never thought there were so many people there like me. my right breast is 1.5 times bigger than my left and sometime i do get pains on both of them.
i have been reading something called Polands syndrome you girls should really check it out on wikipedia. it freaked me out, hopefully i don’t have that but its better to be safe than sorry.
its such a shame that surgery is the only way out of it :( life sucks and i havve had this for 3years now and i’m 18.

December 24, 2009 at 4:42 pm
(190) Anonymous says:

Hi i am 13 years old and one of my breast are larger than the other I have a big back side and I recently started my cycle and my left breast is bigger then my right one what is the problem

December 28, 2009 at 9:49 pm
(191) Amber says:

You guys are so not alone. my issue with my breast on the left side is one cup larger then the right. u are right it is very depressing and id admit one or two of my friends noticed while i get changed for gym class. And my self esteem is very low. i hide it with large hoodies. my bag shows how uneven they are its been 4yrs im 18 u guys since my middle / high sch til now it has only made my esteem for guys to be lower. the women whotalked about how her husban said it was ok… ditto but my exboyfriend said the same he’s ok with it he made me so comfortable and my esteem so high. he the best.
i hope it goes and bypasses cause its really noticable in my and my friends eyes. i will address this to doctor so ladies who are under or above my age dont hold back anymore cause im going to talk them about it

January 2, 2010 at 2:41 am
(192) Blair says:

I’m Blair and I’m 13.
I’m not too sure if this is just a growing issue or it might be cancer or disease related. My right breast is significantly bigger than my left, its 3 times larger and is quite embarressing. I told my mother not long ago, and she was quite scared, saying that I should get it checked out. I finally went to the doctor, where he said a breast check wasnt nessicary and that it should even out. That was 14 months ago. My right breast is only getting bigger, and my friends have started to notice and constantly call me a freak. I’ve made new friends but there starting to get suspicious. I went back to my doctor and he told me that there was only one option breast augmentation ‘boob job’. I’m only 13 and the legal age is 16. I’m completely confident and I have the body to wear a bikini but refuse to go to the pool or beach scared my friends will notice. I’m constinately wearing black because the size difference isn’t that noticeable. I know that there is another way to fix this problem. It might be a birth defect. But its ruining me and making me quite insecure. I dont know what to do, my friends think if i get a boob job I’m a slut.
I’m only 13.
- B

January 2, 2010 at 2:23 pm
(193) i'd rather not say says:

I’am 13 years old going on 14 and i have one breast much smaller than the other(36c) . though am so young i still wonder if when i have a sexual encounter for the first time will it matter and how do i fix this ????? am DESPRET to find an answer!!!!!!!!!

January 8, 2010 at 10:49 am
(194) rachel says:

i am 16 and have the same problem and i hate it. someone please email me if you know how to fix it without surgery or expensive crap!! please! rachel.musicjunkie@gmail.com

January 9, 2010 at 2:07 pm
(195) Kae says:

Im 17 years old & a senior in highschool. My right breast is 2 cup sizes bigger. i wear a C bra but have to put a silicon breast in my left cup to even it out when i go into public. My self estem is very low and i have had this problem since i was 11. My boyfriend doesnt know and its very had when we have sex to cover it up. im SO embarasses and i wish i had money to get a boob job. i just want to feel pretty and good about myself.

January 18, 2010 at 3:47 pm
(196) Unknown says:

I’ve got this same problem. I’m kind of wondering if exercising the right side of my body more than my left would help to even it out. You know, building my right pectoral more, hoping it will burn more fat there than on the left. Would you think that would work??

January 20, 2010 at 9:56 pm
(197) anna lorena says:

I’m 21 years old, and since I hit puberty when I was 12, my right breast has always been significantly larger than my left one. As I said, I am now 21 years old, and I am a DD on my right and a B on my left. I’ve been dealing with this my whole life and it sucks. On the other hand, I’ve had my share of boyfriends, and to this day I have never met a man that was turned off by this. So to all you young girls with the same problem, Don’t sweat it! They make silicone bra inserts and you can get them in many sizes and colors! And if your getting intimate with a man, and he grabs you there, he won’t be able to tell the difference. I’ve been told by some close family friends (who are doctors), that some insurance companies will pay for you to have breast implants if there is a significant amount of emotional scaring from your situation. So talk to your insurance company, find a good doctor, and make sure you get to a therapist! Good luck to all you girls out there! I know your pain! Believe me!
-Anna Lorena

January 24, 2010 at 7:06 pm
(198) Addy says:

i am 16 and ince i was in the 6th grade my doctor told me my boobs would even out by my 8th grade yr, now im a sophmore and it’s gotten worse, in 6th grade my right was a B and my left was a C, now my right is a full C and my left is a full DD…im very self concious abt it bc its getting very noticable! i want to find a nonsurgical way to even them out…surgery is my last option bc we don’t have much money to spend on anything other than necessitys…somthimes we can do stuff but not often so, im scared bc i hate needles and i really don’t want surgery!!!! *sob* T-T

January 25, 2010 at 10:00 pm
(199) Candice says:

hello you guys. i’ve posted previously on here before. My name is Candice and I too have this problem. i just turned 21 a couple months ago and its been like this for a long time. i think i started noticing it my freshman year in high school when i was about 12 or 13. So yeah i know how you guys feel. if anyone wants to chat on like gmail, facebook, myspace, or whatever let me know. i’ve never really spoke about it until i saw this topic on this site and idk…i guess when i started opening up about it or admitting it even i felt a little better, so yeah just let me know…if you’d like to know more i guess part of my story is posted above. just have to scroll for it. remember… Candice.

January 27, 2010 at 2:26 pm
(200) Mona.S says:

Hi Im 16 And I have been dealt with the same situation as you all have. My right breast is a whole cup bigger than my left. I wear bras that my mother made with extra padding. I have had encounters with stuffing my right side with tissue to even them out, but have had problems where the stuffing has come out and BIG EMBARRASSMENT. This becomes a depressing my doctor is watching my growth but if this continues to have an issue with my self esteem then my doctor will send me to a plastic surgeon witch I rather not Do but I want to feel normal I know my breast will never be completely even but they are noticeable to others when not wearing extra padding . This kills my self esteem It just helps to know that there are others like me.

February 1, 2010 at 6:44 pm
(201) Juliette says:

please check out this blog that my daughter has written regarding her experiences and also what she is going through now …

February 4, 2010 at 8:11 pm
(202) Shaponi says:

I’m 12 years old and I have noticed about 5 months ago that one of my breast is bigger. My right boob is almost whole cup size bigger. It’s not really embarassing because boys don’t care; they think its cute… But it is embarassing nobody noticed until this boy pointed it out(he’s obsessed with my boobs)..I haven’t talked to it with the doctor because my mom said it’s normal and that I’m too young to do anything else.! What should I do that is age appropriate and won’t hurt.?

February 7, 2010 at 12:48 am
(203) Cee says:

i have the same problem since i was 13, im now 17 – problem hasnt gone away.
my left is a c-cup and my right i lucky to be an a-cup.
im so self consious about it – wearing bikinis is uncomfortable and i cant show off my cleavage because its so noticable – i hate it.
as soon as i can i am having correctional surgery!

February 15, 2010 at 4:37 am
(204) Breana says:

Omfg I’m 17 years old and I have the same problem my right boob is so much bigger then my left. I really really hate it so much!!!! I can’t wear cute dresses bathing suits or shirts because of this!! It really makes me sad knowing that It won’t get any better whenever I make out with a guy or something I NEVER let them touch my boobs and it’s really annoying I just wish I was normal :( please someone help me or give me some advice. breanaherrera5@hotmail.com

February 22, 2010 at 12:40 am
(205) confused says:

I’ve had this problem since I was 14 (i’m 24 now) where my right breast is a full cup size bigger than my left. At first I didn’t think anything about it but now I’m worried because breast cancer runs in my family-I have an aunt who lost her right breast a few years ago to cancer. I was in the hospital a year ago for surgery (not on my breast) and the doctor performed a mamogram but said everything seemed ok. My question is what causes this? I know it’s supposed to even out and all that (or so I’m told) but I’m still waiting. I’m also with the majority because I can’t wear the cute low cut shirts without feeling like everyone is staring at me. I have taken to wearing sports bras just to be comfortable and I hate it.

February 25, 2010 at 5:33 pm
(206) abi says:

okay, so I’m 13. i am pretty much this biggest boobed person in my year. i absolutely hate my boobs. on my left boob i am a 36C and in my right i am a 36B. i REALLY don’t know what to do. I’ve never told anyone. I’m waaaayyy to embarrassed. I’m so glad there is so many people just like me but please someone give me help. i don’t want to tell my mum because yet again, I’m too embarrassed. Please, Please, Please help!
love abi xx

February 26, 2010 at 3:37 pm
(207) ash says:

Wow Im glad that theres more then a couple woman out there who share the same embarrassment i feel. I have always had this problem even my own ma doesnt know! But By reading all this stuff i guess my option is to fix the one that i hate.

March 3, 2010 at 12:55 pm
(208) raider_n_cali says:

My wife’s breasts are different size. This just occured after she gave birth to our child. She is self-conscious about it, but I told her not to worry. I am online researching. Wow! Most of you have had this feature since a very young age. Hey, as long as it’s not cancer or as long as it does not harm her in any way, I support her 100% and love her even more. More to love, now…

March 20, 2010 at 10:19 am
(209) Christine says:

My left breast has always been very slightly larger than the right so never caused me to worry and i knew that this is the case with most women, but I turned 50 last year and I think am now starting the menopause erratic periods….. but over the last month my left breast is now very noticeably bigger than my right and am feeling very anxious about it….. is there any ladies out there who have experienced this at this age and will it go back to its normal size after the menopause?

March 24, 2010 at 3:59 pm
(210) kary says:

Hi my name is Kary and i have one boob bigger than another my roght one is a C and my left would be like a A is this really normal?Ive had this problem since i was little. My mom knows about this but I’m very uncomfortable because i cant go swimming,wear a nice shirt that show clevage

March 26, 2010 at 5:05 pm
(211) sarah says:

I have one boob way bigger than the other and for some strange reason the bigger one is so big that it keeps comming out of my brar but if i buy a bigger bra i have to stuff the other one so i dont look stup[id nad also i am 14 and my boobs sag they arn’t all purky nad stay toward th e top of my chest sure they are i the right place but they are more down than up has anyone else got the same problem at my age everyone else s look high and purky but mine are big, saggy and m ake m look even fatter, PLease WILL SOMONE WRIGHT SOMTHING HELPFULL HERE PLZ!!
MY E-MAIL ADRESS IS tiger-asp@hotmail.com plz contact me with some help i am not knowing what to do.

March 29, 2010 at 2:29 am
(212) meg says:

i’m a 27 yr old mother of four and my left breast has always been a cup size larger than my right breast. this seems to be very common. I have often thought it was because im right handed that the right side is smaller. I think this because I’m more active with the right hand extremities of my body.Do left handed women experience their left breast being small or is this just an off the wall conclusion i have come up with?Mayby it worth researching! Someone should do a serveyon this.

March 29, 2010 at 3:25 am
(213) meg says:

hey all you girls feeling embarassed to show your lucky guy those uneven boobs stop feeling that way. I know its easier said than done but on the bright side you may be in relatoinship with a guy that has fetish with uneven boobs, or even better a guy thats more into your trunk than under your hood. Maybe your with a guy that likes big boobs and someday you might find yourself with a guy who likes smaller boobs or what the heck get two, guys one for each side. LOL JK you dont wont to be a lopsided slut. I’m just a girl that tries to see the possitive in every situation. But if you find yourself with a guy that points out the difference just reach down and grab his testicles and bring it to his attention that one is smaller than ther. I promise he will be hummiliated when you do it. Been there done that. But really girls if you cant apreciate your body the way it is then maby your body isn’t the real issue here. You have been convenced by suciety that you have to be perfect and thats not true.The reallity of it is that nobody is perfect. Celeberties with seemingly perfect bodies usually suffer from addiction, depression, Anorexea, alchoholism,or some form of psychosis and when we hear about it the first thing we do is say something like “Oh my, i feel so sorry for them how did this happen.” Wake up people. It happens to people everywhere everyday. Not everyone is unlucky enough to have a camera in their face when it happens. My point is those of us who are pefect on the outside are never perfct on the inside. And those pefect on the inside are never perfect on the outsite. Now days we can fix the outside and be done with it but the inside is different for everyone. some people may have to take meds for the rest of there lives. what ever you do don’t let your outer problems cause you inner problems. internal probems are harder to fix if they can be fixed.

April 6, 2010 at 10:13 am
(214) Jenny says:

I am 14 years old and I have noticed that my right breast is much larger and droopier than the left.. My mum says it’s part of growing up and the menstrual cycle but all of my friends(14-15year olds) have normal breasts and they look even.. but mine don’t? I know everyone is different but what can I do? Can I actually do anything?

P.s-I suffered from binge eating for the last 8 years and my weight is almost 11 stone.. Could it be that my breasts are larger due to fat? Can someone please reply to me:
No rude mail please.. My self esteem is low enough.

April 6, 2010 at 8:04 pm
(215) Chelsea Duhon says:

I’m 14 and i have had this problem since I was about 8. I was an early bloomer, but after a while I started to realize that my right side just stopped growing. I told my family and they all said it was normal. As I got older, it still never grew older it became more noticeable, especially in a bathing suit. Now, being 14, my left is a c cup and my right is an a. Please, if you have any way to help me, contact me at my yahoo email : chelseaduhon@yahoo.

April 7, 2010 at 7:55 am
(216) - says:

im sixteen years, old and have recently noticed that my right boob is two cup sizes smaller than my left. I am due to see my gp but when will i be able to go for surgery?

April 8, 2010 at 5:20 pm
(217) kalee says:

im 15 years old and ive noticed that my right boob is a whole cup size bigger than my left. it really affects me and my life. i think about it everyday, and im always looking at myself in the mirror(even though i hate doing so) to make sure they look even. this problem has made me obsess over how i look and what people think of me. i wear a gel thing in my bra on the side of the smaller breast. my friends noticed and make fun of it which really gets my self esteem down. every boy ive been with i wont let them touch or look at my breast. summers coming and i refuse to wear tank tops, low cut shirts, or bathing suits. its really sad and every doctor ive veen to just says that im not fully develped yet and it SHOULD catch up, but its been like this for three years now and ive seen no progression or change in either breast. idk how to fix it, but im looking into fat being injected into your smaller breast, my friend told me about it and it sounds legit. if anyone knows about this please let me know how it works and if its worth it.

April 11, 2010 at 6:39 pm
(218) Rebecca says:

I have had one breast bigger than the other all my life, I used to stuff my bra to even them out. I told my mum and she said everyones has one bigger than the other. I said really and then I showed her. She took me to the doctors the next day. I was taken to see a surgoen within 3 months they saw I was a D on my left and an A on my right .So 4 weeks after my 18th birthday I had a breats implant on one side. I thought I was a freak that this fast fix was confirmation of my freak state, I really wanted someone to say its ok your fine, but no one did. I have spent 12 years hating my implant as it feels so different from my natural breast. I went to the doctors last week to ask to have it removed and maybe have a reduction on the other. But thats a maybe. What I want to say is if nothing else this link shows that we all have simular bodies and we should be learning how to love ourselves and our breasts. My boobs are still different sizes but as my husband says “its all good, nothing like a bit of varity”. Love yourselves you deserve it.

April 13, 2010 at 8:33 am
(219) Michelle says:

I honestly think it depends on what side you sleep on. My right breast is larger than my left but only half a cup and I think its because the majority of my younger life I’ve slept on my left side. I try to even out my sleeping to mainly my right side (its better for your heart too), so it “looks” like its getting more even.
That’s just what I think…

April 16, 2010 at 3:04 am
(220) young..girl says:

i’m 14 now and i told my mom about my left breast, bigger than my right. i noticed it when i was 13. mom got even more worried when i told her that there are small lumps i feel in my left breast..and that they don’t feel as soft as they should. are these normal?? i don’t like it when my parents worry about me…especially when they worry too much.

April 17, 2010 at 8:53 pm
(221) danielle says:

I have the same problem and im almost 17. Theres really nothing you can do about it, and you should be happy with the body you have, and be lucky you have boobs too. If you were to get your boobs done, my mom told me to get my bigger one reducted because they’ll be less complications. and its probly not all that rare because look at all the women that commented..having all the same problems. its normal for one boob to be bigger than the other one, its because one boob started growing first than the other one. Once your boobs stop growing the first one will be bigger because it grew first. :) Stop worring…im not, and im glad i have support from both my parents and my boyfriend says he doesnt notice that much, unless hes touching them, but he still loves them, and no guy should care, and if he does, hes not even worth staying with, that means hes with you for only one thing, sex, and not for you. hope this helps!

April 18, 2010 at 4:01 am
(222) Susy says:

Hi, I’m 13 and I’ve had my period since I was 11 years old, I developed faster than most of my friends and now I noticed that my right breast is bigger than my left breast and it’s ruininng my self-esteem, espeically in the locker room when all the other girls seem to have perfect breasts and mines are the only ones that seem odd. I need help what do you think I should?

April 18, 2010 at 1:44 pm
(223) Big Tone says:

Ok this is for all the frightened ladies out there, your boobs aren’t that noticeable for us men to realize they are different sizes, and for all of you concerned mamis out there, i dont care if your boobs are different sizes i would still treat them the same! :)

April 20, 2010 at 5:12 pm
(224) brittani jones says:

omj im mad bc like yall my rite boob is bigger than my left not just a little but almost @ sizes bigger >:( and it really irritats me i wan tthe the same wit out implants or reduction. If yall know away please reply bak b/c im goin insane luckly mi bf doesnt worry to much

April 21, 2010 at 6:49 am
(225) Unhappy Chappy says:

Hi, I’m 18 and have had this problem for a couple of years but it seems to have gotten worse, or maybe i’m just noticing it more, I don’t know. My left is a B and my right is a large C. It is impossible to find a bra that hides the problem!! I’m to afraid to stand up straight or wear the clothes I want for fear someone will notice!! I get embarrassed really easily so this is a huge HUGE problem for me!! Plus I am quite small and my large half chest just looks sooooo ridiculous!!! I’m far to afraid to get close to any guy with this!!! I would get a breast reduction in a heartbeat but unfortunately I don’t have an extra 6-10k!! What can I do???

April 28, 2010 at 10:43 pm
(226) Loretta says:

OMG I have the same problem and im 14!!!Susy took the words right out of my mouth!!!! I told my mom and she said I would have 2 wait untill I am older 2 see if they change.Like Kate I am very self-conscious. But I’m glad I’m not the only 1!!!

May 5, 2010 at 4:19 am
(227) stacy says:

im 36 years old and i to had the same problem, my left breast was like a double D and the right side was like an A or just a nipple! the doctor always said it would grow, but it didnt of course. just to look normal i wore those gall boobs, i had to wear 2 on one side to look normal.
finally i wanted to be normal and get it fixed, its a long process, i had to get my small boob stretched, with a implant, went in weekly to get saline put in it and watched it grow.
i had another surgery to get an implant put in and reduction and lift on one side.
still was pleased after all the trouble, i wanted my boobs to look good, so in all i had 5 surgerys.
implants are not fun, they are heavy and they have there problems, i had one that ruptured it really sucked, that i had to go through this just to be normal!
i thought i was the only one out there until i heard it was common, its a birth defect, and some insurances will pay for it if you are haveing back issue’s because on is bigger than the other! my heart goes out to every women like this, in a since ifelt like a cancer patient because they get one taken away, but i only had one to begin with, ithink all insurance companys should pay for this so women can live a normal life, i dont think it should be concidered reconstructive surgery just to be NORMAL.
hope my story helped some of you, and good luck on what ever you decide to do.

May 11, 2010 at 3:40 am
(228) Unknown says:

Hey, I am starting to get self concious too! I am 19 years old and I just noticed that my right boob is bigger than the other! is there any way to get the other boob the same size naturally? or i just have to live with it!? is there a way?! This is soo embarrasing. I hope someone finds an answer for all of us women who are going through this problem!

May 19, 2010 at 9:05 am
(229) Karley says:

I’ve noticed a lot of “my left breast is bigger than the right”. I experienced this as my breasts started growing, but eventually they evened out. I’m seventeen years of age, and I’m so sorry for all you females with uneven breasts. But, from what I can tell, maybe your left breasts are bigger than your right breasts because your heart is on your left side, meaning it’s pumping blood quicker into the left breast? Not sure. Just a thought. I wish you all good luck! xx

May 22, 2010 at 11:36 pm
(230) feeling sad says:

my right breast is bigger- 36C- and left smaller 36 B-
i feel sad about it -
are there any curative measures other than surgeeries?

May 23, 2010 at 2:55 pm
(231) becky milne says:

OH EM GEEEEE. i thought i was so weird- i also have names for my three boobs- debbie, webbie and pleb (pleb’s smaller so i shortened the name)…. i’m so glad that there are other people out there with the same problem. My boyf doesn’t seem to care but i have had to see three counsellors…what shall i do?? I was considering plastic surgery but i have become weirdly attached to my three ‘little men’. Any advice would be much appreciated.

May 24, 2010 at 3:24 am
(232) confusion says:

hi guys, im 12 coming up to 13 in july and my left breast is bigger than my right, they arent big enough for an actual “bra, bra” but i do wear crop tops and that stuff. i dont have my period but alot of my friends do and they all have massive boobs. my left breast has been bigger than my right one for a while now and ive told my mum. she said that in 4 months that if there still uneven then we’d go to a doctor, but i dont really want a doctor looking at my boobs. its really irratatiting because my friends wear “showing off” tops and if i wear tops then you can see a lump (boob) on one side and flatness on the other. i dont like to hang with my friends because of this. when i go to the doctor, if i remember ill post what he says

please help me:(

May 30, 2010 at 8:41 pm
(233) Rose says:

Whoa whoa whoa
One of my boobs is a whole cup size bigger – and so what? People don’t notice if your boobs are slightly different sizes and even if they do, who cares? It’s VERY VERY common for your boobs to be slightly different, and I’m absolutely positive about that. Embrace your boobs.

May 31, 2010 at 2:21 am
(234) Brittany says:

I’m so glad I’m not the only one…I have PCOS and have had it for years, and i only got treatment a year and a half ago. So that means that it’s too late to make it so everything grows more…meaning my height, bones, and yes, my boobs. One boob is one cup size bigger…I wanna know if there’s anything I can do because I’m against plastic surgery!

June 1, 2010 at 8:07 pm
(235) Maya says:

Hey so i’m 20 and i have always been really happy with my breasts but then like 2-3 months ago I literally woke up one day and my left one had gotten lots smaller…WTF why did this happen now??? and so suddenly???? is it just hormone something and will even out soon? i’ve been reading the other comments and it seems like for most other people it started during their teen years…no one in my family has this…has anyone else had it start this late??

June 2, 2010 at 12:28 am
(236) unknowed says:

Hi I’m 19 going on 20.spend most of my teenage years hidding my boobs.One of my brest is a whole cup bigger and i don’t know what to do? i read that it evens out but mine haven’t.I’m upset all the time just thinking about looking at myself.I hated it. I start college this year and i dont what to keep hidding myself what should i do?

June 3, 2010 at 5:58 pm
(237) Christine says:

Hey, I’m 17 and my left breast is bigger than my right by around a cup size, It’s been like this since I was around 12… I’ve been to the GP and seen a breast specialist as my mum noticed so I kind of had to tell her because I was getting really worried about cancer and things like that because I had a few strange lumps in the bigger one. The specialist said it was just glandular tissue, and she said hopefully my other one will catch up, but I don’t think it will. I heard the only way to correct it is by surgery which I am seriously considering. My mum got me some bra inserts from la senza which I think is good because they have different sizes, and I also got measured while I was there so they were fine. There most commonly used to enhance your bra size, so I just use one, leaving me a spare which is good for the moment. There around £25 … So not much really, I think you should try them :)

June 6, 2010 at 7:30 am
(238) Rachael says:

heyy..im 14 now and have had the same since bout a year..my left is a cup size bigger.this realy puts my self esteem down because it gets talked about at school sometimes…iv been told that i should try getting “chicken fillits” which can b put in to even up the size..i havnt told my mum yet cos im 2 embarrased..yet all my girlly friends know and my sisters :/ lol hopefully this helps other know that its quite common..like i have just found out :)

June 6, 2010 at 7:03 pm
(239) Kim says:

Im now 24years old. at a very early age i noticed my left brest was greatly larger than my right. giving the appearance of only having 1 brest ! this was very hard for me to deal with growing up.. I tried to stuff the right side of my bra with everything you can imagine to make them look even. At the age of 18 I finally went and got an implant in my right brest. although it helped, they are still very uneven. the niples are off and as i get older and now pregnant the left brest is becoming more full as while the right brest still seems to be one bra size smaller. I would love to get them even after my baby is born, but the surgery is very expensive and uncomfortable ! my husband seems to be fine with my brest, but it drives me crazy

June 7, 2010 at 2:26 am
(240) heather says:

i’m 19, my right is nearly a cup size bigger than my left. might be smaller than a cup size bigger but i really notice it.

my mom’s left breast is an A cup and her right is a DD. i chose not to resort to surgery and i found that push up bra’s really make me feel better. my mom tells me it’s normal and she doesn’t know what happened to hers, but she wears an insert to even them out.

June 7, 2010 at 8:35 am
(241) Sophia says:

Guys, you’ve no idea when reading other people’s comments how much comfort it can bring to someone suffering from the same situation, and yes, it’s difficult to look into a mirror and like what is staring back at you.
I’ve never really studied myself in the mirror because I know I will not like what I see. My right breast is bigger than the left and it has bugged me ever since puberty. I am 19 and have tried my very hardest to avoid relationships because I feel I will be riduculed or rejected for such an imperfection which… if you look at the bigger picture: we are alive, talented and are able to find support amongst friends and family, if we choose to share this part of our lives with them. Unfortunately, I have not shared this with anybody until now and I’d like to thank everybody who has posted because it shows how much of an issue this is to women of all ages.
I’m young, healthy and have my whole life ahead of me. Why worry about something which seems to be more common than we all thought (!)

June 8, 2010 at 5:18 pm
(242) private says:

Im 15 years old and i have the same issue my right one is bigger. I noticed it when i was about 12 and it reeeeaaaaaallllly bothers me. I feel like it is the only thing that people can see when the look at me.
people say it will evenout because i am still growing but i have a realllyyy abnomal period and i dont get it everry month sometimes i go months withou ti so im really worried they wont even out.
also could it be the fact that I am right handed and do nothing
with my left size like allll of my strength is on the left could chest and back muscle be an issue?

June 9, 2010 at 4:23 am
(243) brittany says:

hey guys, i let the dog lick my vagina and im only 10, its soo good its like masterbathing,,,, oohh im horny now, see yah im gonna go get my dog. i get turned on when i watch people on telly have sex. im thinking of doing this as a proffesional. its sooo nice, everyone should try

peace out (my vagina is tingling now, gotta go:)

June 12, 2010 at 12:17 am
(244) Ashley says:

I finally found alot of people that has the same situation as me, my right boob is a cup or two bigger than my left, it’s really uncomfortable and I don’t like, noone in my family knows about it but my mom and I have tried to tell her and all she would say is she couldn’t help and I haven’t went to the doctor yet! And I won’t even wear a bathing suit to the water park and it’s summer out! Can anyone help me with this situation. :|

June 12, 2010 at 12:21 am
(245) Ashley says:

&&; I’m only 15…… Im the one above this ^.

June 12, 2010 at 3:39 pm
(246) Christine says:

ah! im 16 almost 17 and my left boob is biger than my right one..and its NOTICEABLE! i wear a 34 D and my left boob fills the cup perfectly and my right boob…is just in there. my left boob hangs lower than my right one, so i always have to pull my bra down lower because it will digg into my boob! its horrible! and i can totally notice it when i get out of the shower. it makes my self esteem so low its unbelieveable. i hate that my boobs are uneven. :(

June 13, 2010 at 11:18 pm
(247) Mikayla says:

Hi I also have this problem but I’m only 13. Im so embarressed and I still havn’t told my mom I have no clue what to do. Will it get to be the same size as my left one?

June 14, 2010 at 11:37 am
(248) maria says:

eyy girls, im 15 girl from spain and i had the same problem and i went to surgery and now i have perfect tits and nipples, if you want talk to me and ask me all about operations add me to marialesbi123@hotmail.com

June 22, 2010 at 9:59 pm
(249) Elizabeth says:

I’ve had uneven breasts for a few years now, and I’m still only 15. I first noticed them back when it was half a cup size different, but now it’s nearly two. I’m not really concerned about the fact that they’re different, but considering that one of them is a D nearly DD and the other is a B, I’m most concerned about what the extra wieght on one side will do to my posture, not to mention it acts like a tipping scale, so I constantly have to adjust my bra in the worst of places. I can’t even go to school without having to yank my bra back over to the left a few times per class. I’m really sick of this. My mom’s just as concerned, because no one else in the family has a condition like this. However, hormonal problems do. She go my blood tested for it, and anything else, but I don’t have the genetic hormonal problems. I’m planning on getting an implant, but when you get implants, after you get old(according to my aunt, who’s a nurse) the breasts sag, but breasts with implants tend to not sag as much, so I’d have one saggy breast, and one perkier breast. I’ve thought about getting a reduction, and then maybe implants later, but what if I get the reduction, and THEN the smaller one gets bigger? Honestly, I’m just looking for a way to keep myself healthy, and get my breasts looking less…lopsided. Help?

June 24, 2010 at 5:17 am
(250) Polly says:


I am now 30. I have scoliosis and my breasts developed very unevenly, around a cup size or more difference. I had surgery when I was 17 and now they look amazing. I feel weird and guilty however, like I should have stayed natural. So it is a tough decision. I was in mental anguish as a teenager I thought I was the only person in the world ever to be so “deformed” and wanted to kill myself. I am so glad we all know that it is extremely common. Love to you all XX

June 28, 2010 at 1:07 am
(251) emily says:

i am 13 years old and my boobs are huge and i mean huge and it isnt because of my weight or anything and my right boob is abnormaly bigger then the other the difference is huge and it makes me self-consicious in a bathing suit it is embarassing and i hate having big boobs but everyone says that i wont when im older is that true? i just want some ideas to try to even them out

July 2, 2010 at 1:28 pm
(252) private says:

ahh rose helped me lol :(
i just noticed a couple days ago and im only 14 :( its so wierd because i never noticed it before like i was developping perfectly fine but now my left is like a cup size bigger or more …people say it will even out and youre body like malfunctions and changes during your period but i dont know what to do! im just glad theres more people with this problem, although i would never get surgery its so unatural i would feel like im cheating nature or something

July 6, 2010 at 4:44 am
(253) maria says:

omg yuu guys i thought i was like all alone in this and im glad im not the only one with this problem. see im 14 years old ( 15 in 4 months) and ive notice that my right boob is like a cup size bigger than the other one. im reall worried because i dnt know if somethings wrong with me or if its just normal and i know im like little still but the first thing that comes to my mind is breast cancer. i know it might be because of my weight but i dont know all i want to do is make things better because three of my friends already noticed and i think its pretty embarrasing. i havent talked to my mom about it because i dont like to talk about this kind of stuff with her but i know i have to and im scared to go to the doctor because im scared that he might find something wrong with me. please you guys help me find an answer to my problem because i want to be just fine as i was before. all this started when i was 12 years old. PLEEAASSEE HELPP!!! :(

July 7, 2010 at 7:17 pm
(254) Asia says:

Wow. I assumes SOME people would experience this, but not this many.

I’m 14 and a 36C… Except that my left boob is noticeablly bigger when I’m naked (e.g. Changing or I the shower). It’s been like this for the past few months, maybe a year. But i have grown significantly for 3-4 years.. I started my period at about 10 1/2. My shoe size reached 8 1/2 in 4th grade and hasn’t changed since. My cup size has been the same for two years, at least. I’ve only grown 2 inches since I was twelve, and the most more I’m expected to grow is another inch. So it’s not like I’m going to be growing significantly more or that puberty is a new thing to me. But why would this have JUST happened if my cup size hasn’t changed in at least two years? I was born a lefty, but “trained” to be a righty; so while I’m semi-ambidextrous (though I can’t write super well with my left) I’m mostly a righty. Does that make any difference? Cancer doesn’t run in the family, and apparently this doesn’t seem like cancer. I mean, my right boob is nice and perky; my left one sags. I’m twenty pounds or so overweight, but it’s not like I’m obese, and I’m only a petite 5’2″. My left boob always reminds me of, like, a pregnant boob or something. It doesn’t help me out any, because my fat is arranged just so so that I could kind of pass for looking pregnant. I don’t like being hated on for “being a teen mom” because I’ve never even dated or kissed a boy, let alone gotten in bed with one. People are just mean these days.

Depending on my shirt, if I adjust it to wrinkle just right, I can conceal the unevenness. But whenever I need to change or take a shower, it’s annoying how I can physically “pick up” and hold my left one but my right one is nice an perky as ever. I wasn’t really expecting it to even out, though I hope it does. My mom is the one who pointed this problem out initially. I mean, what would I have to do, get breast reduction on the left? I mean, I’m semi-comfortable in hospitals (Ive been there plenty of times for NONinvasive/NONsurgical tests, as I have a benign heart condition) but going under the knife? The closest thing to real “surgery” I’ve ever ha was a frenectomy (basically lasering off a little bit of gums because mine came down too low and cause chronic infections.) And that was local anesthetic only. I just don’t trust doctors to knock me out cold and then do everything perfectly. There’s one doctor in the world I would remotely trust for anything of that nature… Too bad cardiologists don’t do breast reduction. Ugh, what can I do with this thing? Not just a cover-up – I’ve figured that one out well enough to get by -but actually solving the underlying problem. Help..

July 9, 2010 at 7:57 pm
(255) Elena says:

heyyy, okokok so i am 13 and a half. i started developing breasts when i was in fifth grade and now i am a full c cup i am 5’4 nd about 120 poundz so i have a self esteem issue with my body especialy my boobz because my left is about a half a cup size bigger. i just tighten my right strap so they look the same but it makes me very self conciouse when i take my bra off. its been like this for about a year is there anything i can do because i dought they will even out :/…thxxx everyone!!!

July 10, 2010 at 10:58 am
(256) Nina says:

right people, im going through the exact same thing. im 17 years old now, from england and it started when i was about 13. I’ve got the condition called Tubular Breast Deformity, which is very common but isn’t as known as other illnesses. its not a disease it just means that my boobs stop growing because the ring around the nipple has stopped the tissue growing. i fought for about two years for funding for corrective surgery and i’ve only just received the all clear on that front last april. im really happy, but cacking myself about the actual operation which is due to happen in the next couple of months. the whole surgery process is going to take up to two years, but i know im going to be so pleased with the outcome. I really know how hard it is, coping with such a horrible thing. you think people are noticing and you constantly think about what the opposite sex might think of you. ive told my family, my friends and two guy friends and all of them have been so supportive, its best to get it off your chest, literally. the doctor was so supportive too, so go to see them, its probably not cancer, its most likely what i have and its nothing to be ashamed of.

if you want to talk to me about anything feel free to email me, i do know how difficult it is to confide in someone and maybe someone you don’t know is the best way forward. Keep strong, it will all turn out to be alright.
your beautiful as you are, ive come to realise that, i would just feel so much more comfortable as a person after surgery.

i also feel a site or charity should be made for woman of all ages to talk about this. so after my treatment im going to set about on doing that to help others like me. ill go on television tell my story, im fed up of being embarrassed, im me and im beautiful even if my Boobs are uneven

July 12, 2010 at 1:08 am
(257) The new girl says:

HI am 16 years old, and my leaft breast is a cup smaller than my right breast.. i havent told anyone because i feel so embarest about it and we am with my boy friend i dont let him touch my leaft breast and he always asks me why and i dont know what to tell him… my self esteem iiss gone down soo much,, i need hellpp!!

July 15, 2010 at 10:40 pm
(258) Ne says:

Reading this thread has been cathartic…I wish there had been something like this when I was 12. (I’m 30 now.) My left breast, depending on what I weigh, is either a B cup or a C cup. The right breast…totally flat-as-a-board. An aa cup, maybe. Mortifying. Any time a guy approaches me, I think to myself, “Sure, buster, you think you like me now, but wait until you see me nekkid.” I know, I know, if he loves me, he won’t care. I want to believe that, but I can’t quite. And even if it were true, it’s beside the point, isn’t it? It doesn’t matter if a guy loves me for who I am, if I don’t love me for who I am. He could genuinely not care about my breasts, but I would always be afraid that he did, and that’s all that matters, what’s in your head, right?

Anyway, thanks to you all. I’ve told my mom about this, but after reading your stories, I think I’m going to be brave and start telling a few friends, too. It would be nice to have someone to talk about this with, instead of feeling so alone. (Maybe they’ll finally understand why I won’t let them set me up with anyone!)

July 17, 2010 at 3:45 am
(259) arpita says:

i am almost 22 but my brest is one is bigger than other give slution fastly .without surgery

July 17, 2010 at 10:06 am
(260) Tasha says:

Many articles I’ve read state that with differently sized breasts, it’s most commonly the left breast which is bigger, but the reason for this is unknown.
I am yet another bearer of two differently sized breasts, mind you my difference is only slight. And funnily enough, its my left that’s slightly bigger than the right, just as I see MANY people have also said on here.
Dont worry ladies, you’re ALL totally normal! =)

July 17, 2010 at 5:28 pm
(261) sierra says:

I’m fourteen and my right boob is a whole cup size bigger. I told my mom and she said that it should change as they grow more.. But, I don’t think it will change because one has been bigger than the other since about 3 years ago and it has only gotten worse. I talked to a lot of my close friends and the majority of them said one of theirs is bigger than the other. But, I feel so embarrassed because when I wear a bathing suit you can tell the difference big time and I have asked friends and they said they could tell.

July 20, 2010 at 1:36 pm
(262) J says:

Has anyone tried breast enlargement cream on the smaller breast? I am thinking of buying some, but I wanted to know if it had worked for anyone. If I buy it I will let you know if it worked for me! I was also looking into reducing the bigger breast. They do liposuction on the breast now which leaves very little scarring and is less traumatic than regular breast reduction. Hope I helped some. If anyone else has any other ideas, please share! Thank you!

July 24, 2010 at 5:35 pm
(263) sammy says:

im 24 and my left breast has always been a little larger than the right one, they evened out when i was pregnant with my son, now after 7 months of breastfeeding, my left one is REALLY noticably larger than the right one!? any other mums had this problem? will it sort itself out?

July 27, 2010 at 5:02 pm
(264) Miranda says:

Hi everyone…. WOW i cant beleive that all of u have the same problem, i used to beleive i was the only one…. it´s awful… in 19 i´ve been like this since i was like 12 i feel wierd when im around other women, like im not the same or something, i dont know man this is killing me.. i went to a doctor and he recommended me to a specialist, but i havent gone…. what am i supossed to do im scared, my bf says he loves me and he that he wont judge me but i dont have the courage to tell him but i have to cause we are planning to get married next year.. nobody knows but my doctor…. what in the world am i suposed to do…. can this really be cured with out breast surgery??? somebody please help me……

July 28, 2010 at 1:05 am
(265) Lesli says:

I also have this problem. I didn’t know how many girls had the same problem too. I don’t know anyone else who has it. It’s embarassing. My left boob is bigger than my right; it annoys me sooo much.
I like the big one more than the small one. I think it’s because I’m overweight.
If there is a solution to this problem, let me know!

July 28, 2010 at 1:07 am
(266) Lesli says:

Oh, and by the way, I’m 14 years old.
So I’m hoping they’ll get fixed as I age.

July 30, 2010 at 2:21 am
(267) Mary says:

Hey everyone, I am 24 years old and I have had this problem since I began developing around 14-ish. I was a bit of a late bloomer. My right breast was always larger than my left, one cup size maybe even a cup and a half larger, as well as my right nipple being larger. Looking at this site, it definately helps to know that there are others like me & that it is a common thing. For the younger girls, I would not yet be discouraged. You still have a few years until you are finished developing, I believe until somewhere around the age of 21. If I could go back, I would masage my breasts while I was growing to help stimulate the area, get blood flow etc. This may help you girls, just be gentle & careful though using lotion etc. That’s what I would do anyway. About 3 years ago, I opted for breast augmentation surgery. I was an A B-ish cup on the right & almost completely flat on the left. Surgery has helped, though there is still a slight difference that I notice. My husband doesn’t mind it at all, he is just wonderful, but I still notice it. This is not the choice for everyone though. If I could have had my left breast be just as big as my right breast before the surgery (A B-ish cup) I would have never had the surgery. natural beauty is always best in my opinion, loving ourselves for what we have is important indefinately. But this was my choice, it was a huge decision and I waited until I was 21 to have the surgery, as my condition never evened out. Well I hope this helps and I thank you all for your statements as well.

July 31, 2010 at 12:21 am
(268) Jennifer says:

Hi im 15 turning 16 in 4 months and well i have noticed this too i think the best thing to do is tell your mom. When i told my mom she completly understood and told me that nothing was wrong we even have a name for my smaller boob its name is nemo. I was scared because i thought i was the only one like this because it is noticably different and my left is bigger. also my friends dont have this problem when we go shoppimg together we all share a dressing room and we tell stories but the tell me it is nrmal and that one will catch up, but its been a couple of years since my right breast grew and i work out to loose some weight but my left stays the same and my right gets smaller.I have tried every kind of belra to solve this problem i just never found the right one

July 31, 2010 at 12:45 pm
(269) carol says:

I thought that was normal to have one side larger then the other

July 31, 2010 at 11:55 pm
(270) RE:The truth says:

I had the same problem i had to deal with for years and i came upon this answer that someone posted before…

“The truth is that women who have one breast bigger than the other masturbate to much your constantly using one side of your body to massage your vagina…therefore tones that side of the body more..so try masturbating with ur other hand…sorry”

i took their advice and noticed a huge difference. I dont know if thats the case for all you ladies but it definately worked for me. Good luck.

August 2, 2010 at 4:45 pm
(271) Pessimistic me says:

Hi everyone. I have the same problem for years now. I’m 21, weight 95lbs. 5’2. I have always been the same weight for the past years. I can’t seem to gain weight. and my left boob is bigger than my right. at first it wasn’t that noticable considering I’m a 34a on my left and my right is smaller. Due to my breast size I am very pessimistic about myself. I always thought to myself, like as much as I’m small, why can’t they be even? and my left is somehow starting to grow whereas my right remains the same, and the right side has been the same size for about 5 years now I believe. and Idk what to do..like what should i do when only one side grows? and I never told anyone nor dare to talk to anyone about it, cuz I find it every embarrassing. and all my relatives have big boobs and only a few have small ones..and when I do try to put on some weight, I only gain weight at my belly and arms and maybe face.but my boobs don’t really grow. what’s the best advice to try and get them to be the same size. I dont really care about it being small but I really hope to get them to be the same at least. My bf seems to be fine with them, but I really dont like them and he knows I hate them. It seems like he loves them more than I do myself.. and it gets me sad thinking about it, cuz whenever he touches me, I still feel insecure. I know he loves me but yet I can’t help but to be negative about it.help please..

August 3, 2010 at 4:20 pm
(272) Shannon says:

I kinda the same way right now. I am 20 years old, and my boobs are far from even one is a whole size bigger. It really worries me because my mom had breast cancer twice. I dont feel any odd lumps but I am scared to say anything to my parents or friends. I need help. Iv worried about this since I was 15..

August 11, 2010 at 1:52 pm
(273) Brook says:

Well I’m 18 I have the same problem my right boob is a d and my left may be a c I’m not sure but my mom never knew bout this problem really nobody in my family knows my boyfriend does and he’s ok with it I love him for that idk what to do about it my cousin has the same problem but hers evened themselves out mine still hasn’t I don’t believe they ever will idk what to do about it it scares me bc it’s been like this since I was in 6th grade I’ve hid it by putting a sock in my bra so it will make em look even and I didn’t wear no white shirts bc that seemed to make it very noticable.

August 12, 2010 at 12:34 am
(274) me says:

im 14 and my right is slightly heavier feeling than
my left, it feels like i have some medical problem or something and this scares me… its too weird to talk to my mom about it…. shes a nurse and i dont want
her to inspect it or anything…. that would be awkward… and i dont really want to go and get it examined cuz i know that if i dont then it could be something worse than i think… and i am not sure if this is normal but if when u lean against stuff, do ur breasts hurt? mine have a sligh pain and i hate it!

August 22, 2010 at 11:49 pm
(275) D says:

I am 52 years old, and I have a size A or B on one side and maybe a size D on the other side. When I stared developing, I noticed that one breast was developing bigger than the other, and silly me thought it was because I carried my school books on the same side, so I thought I would fix that problem, and switched sides. Didnt work. As I got older, it did bother me, especially when I wore certain shirts. (any shirt with stripes were bad because my stripes when downhill, sweaters werent good either, showed too much.) I got married, have three grown children, I had a hard time breast feeding, because my little one didnt produce enough and my big one turned into an udder. How I fixed this is, I went to JC Pennies and bought some inserts that fill out the size I need to make everything even, and this is very important, when I look down I see two breasts that are the same size and it really does make me feel better. I want to tell everyone, that it really doesnt matter, what size you are, if you find the right man, he will love you for who you are. I always said I was special because my husband got two choices, if he wanted alot or a little, he had both. lol So, please go get some inserts and pin them in and know that life is good and dont place your worth on your breast size. Oh, by the way a doctor told me it was hormones that made the size difference for me. Stand up for yourself, if someone makes any comment, because you are special, because of who are on the inside not the outside. You have variety, other women dont. Take care.

August 25, 2010 at 11:10 am
(276) jane says:

well i hear everyone has the same issue but can someone tell us WHY this is? its hard to find a bra that fits because there are 2 different sizes going on. maybe someone can come up with one bra that comes in different sizes on each side. mine started out a little different in size when i started really noticing it was around 40 and now at 45 it is a big difference. all of you young people just wait because it will change alot when you get older just try to deal with it don’t do any kind of surgery. try to find a bra with more material than not that helps good luck to all Remember the ladies that had their breasts removed because of cancer. i know that they wish they had this slight problem with one larger than the other. just think how they feel with none or having to create breasts in other very difficult ways. God Bless

August 26, 2010 at 12:12 am
(277) caroline says:

Well i’m 16 yr old and i’m worry because my right breast is bigger than my left one… can somebody answer me something, if this is normal or what?

August 27, 2010 at 8:31 am
(278) Laurea says:

im 15 and i have the same problem. with me is realy noticable im a E cup with my left boob but my right is a D-DD. any advice?

September 10, 2010 at 5:09 am
(279) BIshnu says:

I m 17 years old , Me too have sme problem , I have also next problem , I get hurt in me breast in menstruation period. why is it so?

September 11, 2010 at 6:44 am
(280) AUdge says:

I am 20 years old and I have the same problem, I started to notice my left breast was a big smaller then the right breast when I was 15 I am really embarrassed. I really need advice on what I should do?

September 12, 2010 at 8:04 am
(281) me says:


September 25, 2010 at 11:40 pm
(282) Bree says:

i am so glad im not the only person who has this problem. im 17 almost 18 and i have had this problem since i was 14, and talk about low self-esteem.. because one is a c- cup and the other im guessing might be and A? But if anyone knows what would help even them out please feel free to email me : standish74D@yahoo.com.

October 1, 2010 at 10:37 am
(283) Michelle says:

Glad its just not me! im 28 and my right is bigger then my left. its not a great deal bigger about half cup size but its enough for me to notice it.it has only been this way since i had my 2 children although it doesnt seem so bad since my second child. unfortunately there is no way to fix it with out surgery but a gd supportive bra an a pad placed inside the smaller cup makes all the difference and bust exercises help to tone up an shape ur breasts. x

October 2, 2010 at 8:38 pm
(284) Charity says:

Is there a way for them to even them out? Like a vitamin. Oh and i’ve heard of a “drug” (not illegel) thats used by pregnant women to increse the supply of milk in their breasts (its called Fenugreek) and i’ve heard that if your not pregnant it makes your breats bigger. So i’m wondering if this will even them out as well. Although i cant be sure so im just going to ask my doctor at some point. …..I’m almost 17 by the way

October 10, 2010 at 12:56 pm
(285) Posh says:

Hi Im 22 and have the same problem. My left breast is a cup maybe 2 cups bigger than my right.
I am a confident person but when is come to meeting guys I hate it i always back away when it come to sex!! I had a boyfriend for 8 months but only had sex 3 or 4 times as I didnt want him to find out about my breats, I always kept a top on.
I have never told my mum about it coz im just to embarrassed. I dont like getting undressed/dressed in front of my freinds.
I have had this ever since I started devloping when I was 13/14 and thought they would even out but they haven’t.
Im 5.6″ and weight 16st, I no Im overweight but I think I eat coz Im not happy about my breasts. I did loose over a stone and thought it might help but is hasnt.

The last couple of weeks I have been thinking about going to the doctors and ask if I can get them done on the NHS.

Is having sugery a good idea??

Please help.

October 10, 2010 at 9:53 pm
(286) jac attack says:

im having the same issue…im almost 14 and ive noticed my right breast about a cup size bigger than the other. ive told my closest bestie and she said that they will even out….im not sure about this….and breast cancer is in my genetics so im wondering if this has anything to do with it…please please please help!

October 21, 2010 at 5:02 pm
(287) Jane says:

hi i am jane and i am 13 and one breast is way bigger than the other will that ever change or is that the way i am going to grow up and i h8 it because my friends dnt knw about this and when they remove their bras i am so embarassed of mine

October 26, 2010 at 10:21 pm
(288) Demi says:

Same here. :’( I’m 13 and my right is bigger than the left. Is there anything I could do? (I haven’t had my period yet either) No, I haven’t told my mom but its kind of an awkward discussion. email me at lucarioxpirate9@ymail.com if there is a way to fix it.

October 31, 2010 at 4:36 pm
(289) Catherine says:

I’m currently 14 years old and i have one breast that is noticeably larger than the other, my left one is a DD and my right is a D. Sometimes it comes up and the main topic in a conversation, and it makes feel very self-couscous. I tend to wear low cut shirts a lot because with the size of my breast, T-shirts seem to make my shoulder and myself to look larger.
I plan to have my left breast reduced down to a D or both back down to a C when I’m well old enough and can afford it, but I’m not quite sure if that’s the path i should take.

Please, you’re opinion would be nice on this, because I’m over my boobs be the topic of a conversation.

November 2, 2010 at 11:44 am
(290) airaiper says:

it’s called poland syndrome. :(

November 8, 2010 at 10:53 am
(291) Viv says:

I have the same problem, my left breast is quite larger then my right, yes it does bother me, but I have a wonderful man in my life that loves them. I’m not going to let something like this get in my way of my life, I will learn to accept that my body isn’t perfect. And girls breasts aren’t there for sexual pleasure they are there to feed our children!

November 8, 2010 at 6:23 pm
(292) Dawn says:

I also had one breast a full cup size larger than the other. I was like this from the time I developed till I was 30 years old. I had a child at 22 and breastfed for only a month and my breast remained uneven. They stayed uneven and I had to learn how to hide it the best I could. I would stuff one side of my bra with silicone inserts. I was never able to wear any type of dress, bathing suit or shirt without a bra. I had a second child at the age of 30 and breastfed him for a year. My breast finally evened out and there is only a slight difference in size. The areolar area of my breast was also uneven in size and this too was corrected by breastfeeding. I am glad now that I never went through with the plastic surgery.

November 9, 2010 at 2:30 am
(293) sam says:

I’m 23 years old and i also have one breast that is bigger than the other by almost two cup sizes, i have no self asteem and i have never been seen by a man with my bra off not even my daughters father. Is breast audmentation really the only way to fix it. I have tried most things and none of them work.

November 15, 2010 at 12:45 am
(294) Dea says:

I have the same problem as everyone of you ladies… My right breast is bigger than my left… But i have decided to just live with it… God made you the way you are for a reason and He has a GREAT plan for each and everyone of you… Just keep your head up and keep plugging on in life… Jesus loves you no matter what:)

November 22, 2010 at 3:36 pm
(295) Maria says:

I’m 21 years old and my right breast is about a cup bigger than my left. I actually just noticed today.. my mom doesn’t know and I’m kind worried if I have a cancer or something..Anyone have information to share cause I could defintely use some re-assuring. I’m defintely glad to see that I’m not the only one.

November 22, 2010 at 5:36 pm
(296) yolanda says:

ive had my left boob biger for quite a while since 6 grade
(im in 8th now) im thirteen currently,
oh my goshh;; i heard it would even out
i thought by 15 or 16
but i read this and thiere 54 year old
ladies with this problem.
you guys scared mee;;
my left is a C Cup and my right boob is a B Cup
And guys check me out
or tell me i have huge boobs
and i wanta loose my virginity
already but im kinda self concious about my boobs
someone please tell me about a story when your boobs evened out in a young age
Or tell me what you guys did to even them out?

November 25, 2010 at 2:05 am
(297) Katrina says:

hi i am also 14 and kinda started noticing the differences in them since i was about 11 but i always denied it.
my breasts have always been about one cup size different they seem to be growing still but my left one seems to never catch up because they both go up a size so there always different and its starting to get more and more noticeable
so yea does anyone know y??

November 26, 2010 at 10:20 am
(298) ujugirl_123 says:

well i am 12 my left breast is much bigger than the right i tought it was only me

November 26, 2010 at 6:35 pm
(299) Amanda says:


I’m 20 and I’ve acknowledged my problem since I was about 12. For the first couple of years, I’d stuff my bra with a sock, but since high school or so I’ve simply purchased silicon or similar padding from Target or JC Penney.

My left breast is a B and slightly pointy, and my right breast is a large C and rounded nicely. This has always bothered me, but hey, that’s life. I’ve offhandedly considered surgery but I doubt it’ll ever happen. I’ve been reading people’s posts and I’ve gotten rather upset…

Yes, the size imbalance can be irritating at times, and I don’t particularly like others seeing me in a bathing suit, but I hardly think that these insecurities warrant complete obliteration of positive self esteem. For all you girls that think that this is the end of the world, it sucks, no doubt, but there could be worse.

Throughout the course of your life, you’ll experience many beautiful, challenging, and inspiring things. I assure you that your breasts will not be on your mind at the time.

I’m engaged and I couldn’t be happier. My fiance has not made a comment on my breast size imbalance, but he’s often made uplifting remarks about my breasts in general. Either he hasn’t noticed or doesn’t care. Either way, I’m happy… even if he does notice one day, it won’t matter. I’d rather he love me for the memories we’ve shared, the sunsets we’ve seen, the adventures we’ve trekked and the dinners we’ve made over a physical characteristic anyway.

- Mandi

Let go.

November 26, 2010 at 6:38 pm
(300) Amanda says:

Also… fenugreek is an herb, not a drug. It is used for lactating women, and not, it will not make your breasts bigger.

November 30, 2010 at 10:06 am
(301) jess says:

im in the same boat
organs grow at different stages
if you’re just developing then its just hormones slowly evening out
however if you are over 24-25 then there’s a high chance it will stay that way
it is just a lack of dispersion of esterogen. if you are overweight, since fat has high amounts of esterogen then that is a high factor in why its uneven
i suggest esterogen cream which isnt easy to get and usually for the vagina but it does help even out the breast
apply it under the nipple at night on the lower breat and sleep braless with a pillow under your back to give support on them through the night
it feels a bit painful for the first few days as they are growing and eventually it will help
however this does increase breast cancer so beware
the safest option is the pill
it evens out your hormones and helps breast development
even is you are not sexually active if your breast is a cup + bigger then that is the best option
GP’s say otherwise but my mum is GP for 25+ years
im eighteen and she says wait till they have developed fully then see what to do further
since i have not taken the pill on time, and at different doses, that screwed it up for me
i take the pill now on strict times and never miss which has helped ALOT
i also am now on a higher dosage of the pill which has helped my period pain since im highly fertile and have 7-8 day menstruals
so i use the cream on low doses not often use it two days MAX with a 3 week break
if youre over 25 then it will usually even out with child birth or menopause sadly
usually those two things cause the problem in the first place if not through development as a teen
please relax
see a doctor as well because worst situation it can be a cyst or cancerous
if you’re worried see them
they can help but see a few. some doctors can be dodgy DONT DO SURGERY
if anything, a SMALL silicon implant NOT NIPPLE LIFt a best friend who did that, and the scars have made her worse off than the problem before the surgery

December 1, 2010 at 9:41 pm
(302) SC says:

Ok im 13 and im worrying ive notice one is growing and the other isnt im scared something is whrong with me help please imscared to ask my mom ab out if cause i dont want her to think the wrong thing. girls are kinda judged on how big their breast are instead of their personality please help im stressed!!! HELP ME :”( leave a comment or something

December 5, 2010 at 4:46 pm
(303) Emily says:

Hi i’m 14 and my left breast is much bigger then my right. My right breast is so tiny and i’m starting to get really imbarresed about it because u can start to notice my breast’s. (plz help) !

December 6, 2010 at 7:20 pm
(304) yolanda says:

@(302) SC
… Read the one above you it helpedd alot
im 13 im goin 14 net monthh (:

December 8, 2010 at 12:56 am
(305) ladybug says:

I know that there are some special bras that help this out. One cup can be like a C, while the other one can be a B, or anyone you need.

December 10, 2010 at 1:45 am
(306) Miss M says:

im 18 years old and my right boob is about a cup size bigger than my left.My left boob always hurts! is that a sign they are evening out? idk my mom know and so does my boyfriend but its really embarasing when he wants to see me in a bikini, you can totally tell there is a differce. i want to talk to my mom more about implants,or even trying to get birth control to see if it will help even them out,but im nervous that she will think i want birth control only to have sex with my boyfriend,which is not the case at all. i want my boobs to be even for my own self confidence. i dont know what to do!! if anyone can help me out please give me advice!

December 10, 2010 at 11:08 pm
(307) sarah says:

Hi, I’m 19 (will be 20 in a month) and my left boob is bigger than my right. It always has been, but as they have both grown it’s become more noticeable, at least to me. I’ve noticed lately my left is getting larger, and it sucks. I think it’s because I’m right handed and use my right side a lot more so it’s less fatty? But it’s really depressing…

My right breast is a small 32C, and my left is popping out of my 32C bras! I might need to wear a 32D, but then my right breast will be swimming. I know you can get padding, but the bras with removable padding are hard to find, I have 2 and they are 32C’s, which as I said, are getting small for my left boob.

I’m going to a warm place this christmas, and I’m terrified that it will be obvious! I might try to look for those special bikini/bra pads if i can find them anywhere, cause this is really an issue for me. I’m already self-conscious and I would love to be a 32D, but I just wish my right boob would grow a bit more. :(

December 11, 2010 at 2:48 am
(308) Natasha says:

Hi I’m 18 years old and within the last month or so my right breast has gotten bigger than the other so it is actually noticeable. Not one thing on our body is fully proportionate to the other but I will say not short of a month ago, my breasts appeared proportionate. It has also brought my self esteem to an all time low and I am very subconscious about it. I’m not sure if it’s hormones, if it’s permanent or not and I need something to ease me out of stress for the night.

December 12, 2010 at 10:57 pm
(309) SARAH says:

Im 23 years old and my left breast is about a cup size bigger then my left breast… I noticed it when i was 18… i think it has gotten worst.. my mom says to wait till after i have kids but it really effects my self esteem.. luckly i have a boyfriend who thinks im crazy for wanting surgery and thinks im perfect the way i am. but when i look in the mirror thats all i see. I think us as women focus on this way more then guys but its our bodies and we have to deal with it. IM thinking about surgery i do not want implants because the hole surgery before and after then having to get them redone… etc just toooo much! BUT i heard that you can have fat injections done too now… so im thinking about having them inject that into the smaller breast to even them out…

December 16, 2010 at 7:22 pm
(310) Lola says:

I kind of have the same problem. The right one is bigger than the left one and there is some lump underneath the right one. Is this normal, and what should i do?

December 18, 2010 at 12:36 am
(311) Tiffany D says:

Hi this is unbelievable! I knew that this was normal but I never expected to so many women talk about it.

** Lola I would defiantly recommend that you get the lump checked by a physician. It shouldn’t hurt & it will give you a piece of mind if there’s nothing wrong.

My left breast is a D cup & my right is a C cup. You cant really tell the difference when I have a shirt on, but I’m am very picky about bathing suits because of this.
I wouldn’t mind getting the left breast reduced to a C cup but I can’t afford to do it right now.
My boyfriend doesn’t have a problem with it and would never want me to get any surgery but even though he has been around for years & it doesn’t bother him, it still bothers me sometimes…

December 19, 2010 at 2:46 am
(312) breana says:

Okay so I am 18 and my right breast is much larger then my left one, and I always have alot of pain in my right onw, does anyone have any clue what that means, I am a littl bit scared

December 20, 2010 at 1:48 am
(313) nirosha says:

hye..im 15..when i was 14,i realized that my left breast is bigger than my right one..i need a solution for this?can you guys help me??

December 23, 2010 at 6:31 pm
(314) Lemons says:

Ahh so please to have found this. My left breast is noticeably bigger than my right and it seems to be getter worse. I’ve been lucky in the sense any guy i have been with has found it quirky or cute. But still it nags me, i half love it yet really hate it at the same time. Just curious if there is anything i can do about it.
Glad to see it’s pretty normal though. Feel a little less weird now (: I found that with bras buy the ones with the gel padding and take the padding out of the larger side, if it’s still odd then i put cotton wool in the bra pocket till they even out. Just don’t forget that when you wash them. aha

December 24, 2010 at 8:47 am
(315) kasak says:

plzzzzzzz any one give ans….:( am so worried nw….is it any problum……:(

December 27, 2010 at 7:56 pm
(316) SDundee says:

It is a common thing for to have one brest slightly larger than the other. Anything over a cupsize and a half is considered to be done through either medical insurance or NHS(debending where you live) Birth control does bugger all for it! It actually would stop a fast development (depending on which one you use) as it has hormones in it similar to males to stop your period. Best thing to do, talk to your mum as I can bet you she has had the same worries and if still concerned talk to your doctor.

January 2, 2011 at 4:52 pm
(317) kiddy1 says:

Wow this tread has been going for years and if i read it all i shall be asleep lol
My right breast has always been bigger and i have lived with the fact for years but since having my first baby a year and a half ago the right boob always falls out of bras. i have an ugly sports bra which is yellow and black which is the only thing to keep it in and you can see it under clothes
I am pleased I am not the only one but it does not stop me not wanting to leave the house because I have large boobs and can not wear a bra. Most bras also rub under my right boob. I went to have a fitting in one shop and she had no suggestions. Good Luck everyone x

January 4, 2011 at 1:02 am
(318) : ( says:

i’, 15 and my left is bigger than my right. i get really annoyed with it cause i can feel the difference.

January 5, 2011 at 9:23 pm
(319) Yeah says:

I am 15 years old and I am very annoyed that one of them is bigger than the other because when I wear tank tops one side hangs up farther than the other. I feel alot better knowing that there is 318 people out there that are going through the same thing :) And Im glad there is other 15 year olds too!

January 6, 2011 at 7:50 pm
(320) hourglasswithhugboobs says:

im 19 im not a small girl by no meands i wear a size 45dd and they seem to get bigger but my family has big boobs and no one in my family has breast cancer except for my nana who is past 50 and just found out but the doctor told her it wasnt genetic
my right boob is bigger then my left and had never noticed it before untill one day my husband told me that one was a diffrent size right after i turned 18 now it reall bothers me u cant tell unless ur taller than me and look down or i waer a tanktop now at my age they say to do self exams i do and am very carful on what i eat and do im just really anniod that they r uneven and im ocd and its really killing me not to have great symytry its not a big diffrence not only that my cheast is so large i have a funny body shape more likeand hourglas with an oversize lid

January 7, 2011 at 12:38 am
(321) Kirsten says:

my left is biiger than my right and im only 14. im wondering if this is going to get worse with age because my friends have already noticed. My bras are really hard to buy because my left side is a C and my right side is a B. help ! :(

January 9, 2011 at 1:00 am
(322) Tracy says:

I’m 13 and i just noticed my left brest was bigger then my right :( i first thought it was beacuse of my heart but now that I’ve read some of the posts on here im not so sure anymore :( if anyone knows anything about this please tell me!!!!!!!!!!!

January 10, 2011 at 9:07 pm
(323) lulu says:

hii girls, i have the same problem and obviously this is a normal thing!! (judging by all the comments) i really would not worry about this and doctors do say it usually will even out, if its only off by a cup size or half a cup size dont worry!! just be glad you have boobs in the first place… and trust me, (this is mostly directed at the young ones) guys wont really care if they’re even, as long as you got ‘em… and to the slightly older ladies, dont feel self conscious no one notices but you i swear! so good luck with eveything

January 13, 2011 at 6:04 am
(324) Miim says:

Yeh. I read these and in a way i am upset to know so many people have it.. That makes it normal and there is nothing i can really do about it.

Hi, I’m mim and 16y/old.
I noticed about a year ago, when i was 15. I am NOTICLIBLY different that my tops have to come near the neck or else i have to wear implants in one side. There is almost 2 cups in difference. It’s so bad, i don’t even know what bra size i am. I have settled for supporting my small one, squishing my big one, making me small… i think if i was even, i would be almost as big as my friends. I have always known this but never as consious as i am now seeing that i am growing, only one side is. I dont think the other side has grown since i was 13… HELP, PLEASE!!!!

January 13, 2011 at 6:19 pm
(325) Dana says:

There actually is a store with special made bras for you ladies..just research it. The bras are originally for cancer paitents, this problem lowers my self esteem. but the bras really hide the diffrence

January 21, 2011 at 7:03 pm
(326) Kitty says:

Hii im 17, and my boyfriend pointed out to me today that i have one breast larger than the other, it has been noticed by me about 5 years ago now for some reason i had a breast on one side but not one on the other, it is really conserns me alot and i dont even let my own mother see this because i am that embarrassed about it. I am thinking about having surgery on them to make them level and even, is this normal?

January 21, 2011 at 7:06 pm
(327) Kitty says:


January 22, 2011 at 10:44 pm
(328) lyndze says:

ma right breast is one cup size bigger then my left and im 16 years old i no my breats are not done growing but its kind weird i understand one bood shuld be bigger than the other but not a whold cup size i really need some answers i wanna no if there is something wrong with me?

January 26, 2011 at 11:58 pm
(329) Paige says:

I’m 18 years old right now and my right breast has always been so much bigger than my left. i am BEYOND self concious about it. My mom has known about it, she says it will eventually even out, but i feel like it NEVER will, considering my left is about an A cup and my right is a C! I really hope these girls even out, i cannot stannnd it! I kept this from my boyfriend of 4 YEARS!!!! I finally came out to tell him, he said he already knew and he loves me for me. so to all you girls that say your scared to tell you boyfriend, don’t be. if he really loved you, he would not care!

January 28, 2011 at 1:09 pm
(330) alex says:

iguess am not the only one too
am 20 and i have the same problem and iguess they will never be even this sucks big time :( iguess surgery is the best solution

January 29, 2011 at 5:25 am
(331) GG says:

OH WOW ! It has surprised me how many women out there have the same problem and support eachother. Im 18 years old, and I started developing when I was 12. My right breast is significantly larger than my left. Im a 36 B on my right, and I’m almost completely flat on my left. Like everyone else it used to bring down my self-esteem … but it helps so much knowing I’m not the only one! I’ve always known one was bigger than the other, but my ex-boyfriend was the one who really pointed it out. It was so embarrasing at the time! There are so many risks when it comes to getting implants… surgery can be so dangerous. Recently, I have learned to accept it and love myself for who I am. If I didnt love myself, and accept it, then they would never even out ! I encourage every single woman going through this to do the same. Only loving yourself for who you are, and thinking positive thoughts that they will even out will get you what you want… your perfect breasts! Well actually thinking positively about anything in life will get you anything you want, really. Anyway, lately I have been noticing a small change on my left breast, I truly believe that my left is catching up with my right. Slowly but surely.

I am intrested in why this happens in the first place ? Does anyone know ? Thanks to all the women who posted !

January 29, 2011 at 5:28 am
(332) AC says:

OH WOW ! It has surprised me how many women out there have the same problem and support eachother. Im 18 years old, and I started developing when I was 12. My right breast is significantly larger than my left. Im a 36 B on my right, and I’m almost completely flat on my left. Like everyone else it used to bring down my self-esteem … but it helps so much knowing I’m not the only one! I’ve always known one was bigger than the other, but my ex-boyfriend was the one who really pointed it out. It was so embarrasing at the time! There are so many risks when it comes to getting implants… surgery can be so dangerous. Recently, I have learned to accept it and love myself for who I am. If I didnt love myself, and accept it, then they would never even out ! I encourage every single woman going through this to do the same. Only loving yourself for who you are, and thinking positive thoughts that they will even out will get you what you want… your perfect breasts! Well actually thinking positively about anything in life will get you anything you want, really. Anyway, lately I have been noticing a small change on my left breast, I truly believe that my left is catching up with my right. Slowly but surely.

I am intrested in why this happens in the first place ? Does anyone know ? Thanks to all the women who posted !

January 31, 2011 at 10:38 pm
(333) kerelyn says:

well im 12 going on 13 and i feel very self concoius and every time i look at myself i dont feel like the person i want to be but ahead of time i feel there going to grow out evenly im hoping but i really want tis problem to go away how do i cure it please tell me

February 4, 2011 at 3:43 pm
(334) anon says:

Hello everybody, I’m a 14 year old girl. My right boob is noticably bigger than my left, this has only happened over the last year or so and it has really put my sex life to a standstill as I no longer feel comfortable undressing infront of boys. Whenever I have sex I will always now keep my top on and it’s reeally having a big impact on my confidence


February 6, 2011 at 8:45 pm
(335) becci says:

i have read most ov these comments and i havent read 1 where any 1s gone 2 the doctors so has any1 asked 4 help n if so what happend? im 21 and have 3 children my boobs r 2 sizes different one is size B the other is size D this is a big problem 4 me in confidence and i am worried 2 ask any1 it started when i was 14 i noticed it as ive had my children its like 1 has grown and 1 has stayed the same its really strange anyone have any advice what to do?

February 8, 2011 at 8:24 pm
(336) Brittany says:

I just thought I’d leave a comment adding to the statistics, i’m not going to leave a comment about how it ruins my life etc, because it doesn’t – yeah i’m not ‘happy’ about it but whatever you know, my body is mine, it’s the way i was born, it still works just fine so whats the big problem??

Anyway, like I said to add to the statistics, my left is slightly large than my right and I’m 20. slightly meaning about 10% to 15% bigger, just a guess. not noticeable to others. And girls, dont worry too much about what your man will think, I’m sure he’s got 30x more insecurities about his member and us worrying about whether our breasts are symmetrical, it’s just as silly as him worrying about whether his balls are symmetrical. ladies, do you care if your mans balls are symmetrical. I don’t! He could have one missing and I wouldn’t dump him over it in all honesty. So that’t the way I think of it.

February 9, 2011 at 12:48 am
(337) shradz says:

My right one is bigger than the other :( . It seems to be quite embarrassing when it comes to wearing tight cloths. although no one has noticed this fault in me I’m conscious about it. Is there some easy way to get rid of this?
I’ve told my mom about this but she said its normal.

February 9, 2011 at 8:10 pm
(338) Daniela says:

I have the same promblem and was wonder why and at the moment still am. I am only 13 so i am every young and i noctice around 9 years old. I guess were just born with it. Even though one is a little bigger than the other my mom noctice and so has a friend don’t really know if anyone eles has and didn’t say anything. I still move on with life like if i didn’t have this promble. I also am not planing to fix it cause am okay with it unless it were to be something bad that would need attition right away. Though I really think its a thing that we might get for maybe a lack of something in our lifes or past down by family. Either way I am googling it rite now to find out anything of it… if I can.

February 9, 2011 at 8:11 pm
(339) Zoe says:

is it normal for one to be bigger them the other, im 16, and i haven’t told anyone… but one has been bigger then the other since i notice when i was 13… i haven’t even told my mom,
its bothering me

well i’m glad i not the only one, i was so scared if i was,

my chest is really not helping with my self confidence >.<

February 9, 2011 at 8:25 pm
(340) me again with answers DANIELA says:

okay like i said i would be on google searching for answer and hey found some. Like i said i am 12 {almost 13} been havin same trouble since i was wat 10 years old…yea. it sucks bout its ever normal. by the way dont care so much about wat guys will think guys should like u for um U not for if ur boobs are equal to each other and if i guy does care trust me he is wasting ur time and he is not worth having you. Anyways lets all thank God for answers.com because this is wat it said:
**Because all humans have one side of the body that is bigger then the other. You might notice this when you buy shoes for instance. The same goes for breasts. Some are very different sizes and sometimes it’s just because one starts lower, hang lower, then the other. it’s completely normal and most women have it like that.

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_is_one_boob_bigger_than_the_other#ixzz1DVyHUKSa

February 14, 2011 at 9:05 pm
(341) Kaili says:

I have this same problem to! Its literally drives me nuts. Im 16 and as of this year, my boobs have gotten soo much bigger, like a whole cup size. My right one is about a ‘C’ and my left a ‘B’. In a perfect world, i would want my C to shrink to a B. I have looked up exercises on how to shrink your breasts but everything just says diet and exercise. Im in really good shape and I workout or run everyday. When im not doing that im playing sports. So basically im stuck in an awkward sutation…. ughhh help please!

February 16, 2011 at 9:35 am
(342) kayleigh says:

im 13 and my right breast is bigger than the other one ive told my mum but she just said itll change when i get older and im scared now because i told her that when i was 12 and im 14 this yeat and it hasnt changed atall, and im evem more scared now beacuse i have a boyfriend and im scared if i go swimming with him he mite see the diffrence in the size and not like me anymore. i know ive only sufferd with it for 2 years but im already sick of it i just want them to be both the same size. HELP ME !!!

February 16, 2011 at 1:52 pm
(343) Mimi says:

When I was 12 I noticed it and told my mom about it. We went to a doctor and she said that it was normal and that it would even out by the time I got 14. Now Im 17 and my boobs are still uneven! I stuff my smaller boob (my right boob) with some silicone, gelly-like ‘cup’ so they look even. I can’t go swimming, cuz Im afraid people will notice. I wanna do surgery. Does anyone have experience with this? Whats surgery like? Is is a good step to take?


February 22, 2011 at 7:01 pm
(344) KNC says:

Hi. Im 14 and I know my boons are still growing but I feel uncomfortable because I think one boob is a whole cup size bigger and im afraid the other one wont ever be even with the bigger one.

February 22, 2011 at 11:28 pm
(345) Emma says:

Im so glad to hear kates comment. I feel the same way. im 20 years old and i my right breast is a cup size bigger too. It makes me embarrased to be in a bikini. My husband says im fine but its always in the back of my mind. I too wanted to get it fixed but i dont want an brest implant. thank you for writing. It makes me feel like im not alone.

February 25, 2011 at 2:55 am
(346) Ashlee says:

I’m 14, i started to develope at a young age. I recieved my menstrual cycle 2days before turning 10. Throughout puberty, my pms has been very off. It’s gone for several months before, not good I know. My breasts started to grow when I was 12 and they’ve never been the same/similiar. My right being probably around a D & the left being maybe even a B. I used to be more overweight than I was which could have enhanced both problems. In the past 3yrs I’ve lost around 40lbs. Pms has become more realistic. Though the weight loss my larger breast is still much the same. I haven’t gone to a doctor yet but my mother is aware of each problem.

February 28, 2011 at 5:33 am
(347) tam says:

imm gladd imm nott thee onlyy onee myy rightt boob iss bigger thann my leftt and i dntt wearr a braa causee i findd themm uncomfortablee soo i dntt knoww what cupsize i am&&myy mum doesntt knoww becausee i findd it embarrasingg to talk about it. and i feel rellay self concoios about showing my body i dnt know what to do can anyone help me;’((

February 28, 2011 at 11:18 am
(348) Nothing u need to know says:

I am 11yrs and my left boob has not grown at all and mmy right has it is so annoying

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March 1, 2011 at 6:10 pm
(350) Ashley R says:

I am 19 yrs old and my right breast is a cup size C, and my left is a cup size D. It has been like that since i started developing breasts. When i was a baby I had to have surgery and they had to take out some of the tissue in my breast. I use to wear something to seem like I had equal size breasts then I was like why should I wear it, If people dont like me because of my breast size then whatever. I have a loving and supportive boyfriend that doesnt care what I look like, all he cares is who i am inside. I sometimes think about getting surgery. But I realize why should I. This is how I am why change it. If people stare at me go ahead. The are all ignorant anyway. Thought I would tell my story. Thanks :) Hope I made some ladies realize that it is not a big deal, and that they should be happy about your body.

March 3, 2011 at 5:19 am
(351) Prue says:

Hrm. I am 24 years old, have PCOS and my right breast is a size C. My left breast never grew. It’s sad but it is very common. I don’t let it bother me now as an adult, I guess because it’s all I know. I suppose having a small breast is the least of my worries and I hate to be superficial. There are times it can be annoying, like wearing a low cut top and attempting to move the boob(s) around to make cleavage, and when the cleavage fails and you throw the top back in the draw. I use shoulder pads that I’ve sewn together and place them in my bra. No one has ever told the difference. My partner says he “gets the best of both worlds. One small, one big.” and as long as he is happy, I’m happy. I’m comfortable with my body and you should be too. Make the most out of what you have, because we only live once my friends!

March 4, 2011 at 7:01 am
(352) Cheryl Kavanagh says:

I am 17 and my left is bigger than my right.
It really doesn’t bother me, my boyfriend of almost a year an a half loves the fact i am different from other people and i agree with him. There is too much pressure on girls too have a perfect figure,
I agree if i felt like changing it in the future i would consider it.
but i dont understand why it should be a problem,

I love my lobsided boob’s :] !!

March 6, 2011 at 4:41 am
(353) anonymous says:

hey, i’m 13 and my left breast is extremely larger than my right. ive been going through changes, i weigh 47kg when i used to weigh 50 and be smaller, im getting really embarassed, for 2 reasons, my bone-i-ness keeps getting pointed out and i swear my breast size is veeeeery obvious.
ive noticed how many there are that commented on this, but think of how many are labelled ‘normal’ .
it started when i started developing, but the right one has just stayed the same size it was when my breasts came in, and my right one is getting larger by the minute,
i noticed that barely anyones on here has been answered, but id just like to say that i am one aswell, i dont know about my peers, and right now in the 8th grade, everyone has to have a ‘good’ body, for the guys, you know?
its heaps haard . i need major help :/

March 6, 2011 at 8:48 am
(354) Giselle says:

I just turned 14. Around 2 months ago I noticed that my left breast was larger than my right. it worried me so u eventually managed to ask my mum, she told me they should even out in around a month. It’s so irritating though, there is about a whole cup size difference between them. I only researched it now and realised that it isn’t that uncommon. But then there are older women saying that their breasts have stayed uneven, which really worries me a lot! Please say they will even out!!!!!!

March 8, 2011 at 5:02 pm
(355) brianna says:

mine is bigger than the other too and im 12 years old and it seems like the end of the world is there any thing i can do becides stuff it.

March 10, 2011 at 11:55 pm
(356) loppy says:

I am only 10 and my right breast is about an a and by left hasn’t even started yet. My mom laughs at it! It sucks being like this and this is SUCKING my self esteem right out of me. all of the other girls in my grade are all even. I feel so discriminated although no one seems to care. I HATE THIS

March 14, 2011 at 9:56 pm
(357) michaela says:

I have the same problem. I’m 14 and i keep thinking it’s breast cancer, ha. They are not abnormally different sized but abnormally large for my age. My mother doesn’t think anything of the size, but she doesn’t know they are different.

March 19, 2011 at 3:59 am
(358) hopefully a solution!? :s :) says:

Hi. Im 17 years old and have the same problem. My left breast is bigger than my right and i’m self consious about it. Looking through all these comments though, i noticed a pattern. The majority of girls have their left breasts bigger and i’m wondering if that might have any relation with the fact that many people are right handed. Maybe that is why the right breast (or in the case of left handed people, the left breast) is smaller. It may be because that side is smaller because it is worked oht more on the sideof our dominent hand. So maybe, for a solution to get the breasts even,.work out the non dominent arm more to cut down the size. Breasts are one of the first places to lose weight anyway. I’ve never tried this, but i think i will. What do we all have to lose? :)

Good luck at it!

March 20, 2011 at 10:17 pm
(359) amber says:

I’m 14 and started developing when I was 9 and I am a little overweight and had always been bigger than the other girls breast wise and height but now I am the shortest in my year and have breasts so uneven one is a nice b/c size the other a tiny A size it is extremely embarassing as I find that even the boys have noticed and I sometimes get picked on for being “lop sided” any clues???

March 23, 2011 at 10:57 pm
(360) Emmy says:

Dear Amber,
I am 16 years old (a junior in high school) and my right breast is bigger than the left. At first, because I’m always afraid that there’s something wrong with me, I though that I might have cancer or something. I now know that I don’t. But to answer your problem, for now I would just tell you to wear a supportive bra and stuff the “smaller” side with tissues or a small pillow. It will DEFINITELY even out soon. If it doesn’t even out within a couple of years, I would suggest that you go and see a doctor and get screened. But I’m fairly certain that you will be fine! Most of my friends (in high school) have one breast bigger than the other! Maybe not as extreme as yours, but its there. I hope this helps!

Don’t Worry
Be Happy

Live Your Life to the Fullest

Love, Em

March 23, 2011 at 11:47 pm
(361) Rachel says:

Um, this is so pointless. There are virtually no solutions for the problem except surgery if you’re that desperate. It’s not like there are medical risks associated with it, and if a guy doesn’t like you because one of your tits is larger than the other, he’s an idiot. Go find someone worth your time and stop losing confident over a silly thing like this. Think of people who have worse problems than you – everyone’s fighting a harder battle. Don’t linger on problems like this, they don’t need to be worried over.

March 26, 2011 at 2:10 pm
(362) Alli says:

I am 37 years old, and a mother of two beautiful sons. I started to notice my left breast was bigger at age 12. I was screened with mammograms, and examined and told it would even out. It never did. I didn’t do breast augmentation because I knew I wanted to breastfeed. I had a plastic surgeon draw on my breasts with a sharpie when I was 16 showing me how he would cut and change them to be even. It made me cry for days till the pen finally washed off. I am so glad I didn’t go thru with it. I have breastfed two boys and over the years I have grown to accept my many faults. Breast lopsidedness is only the least of my worries. Don’t get me wrong, it is hard to find clothing and bras that fit and make me feel comfortable, but I do the best I can, and leave the worry for bigger problems. I feel beautiful even in a swimsuit because I know many men have wanted me, only a few special ones have had me, and only one ever complained about my breasts (*and screw him anyway!). So ladies and girls, don’t worry about your breasts being different, seems like everyone’s are, and it’s not like you are facing a debilitating problem. Your beauty is inside and shines through no matter what. Don’t let something physical stop you from loving yourself and feeling the beauty you have within!
Love, peace, and thousands of blessings.

March 27, 2011 at 1:14 pm
(363) jade says:

I only have about a cup size in difference so can’t get it from the NHS, which is crap.
I’m sixteen and the size difference wasn’t noticable untill i put about 7pounds on. It really makes me depressed, sometimes i even think about cutting part of the bigger breast off or straving myself untill there is no fat in my breasts at all. I would rather be flat chested.

I might sound stupid but i just wish i had someone to talk too :(

March 28, 2011 at 11:11 am
(364) ressi says:

OK, i would like to say for all of you girls, it is perfectly normal to have one breast size bigger than the other, actually its not awkward it may be or not be noticable, but EVERY girl has that problem, they may say they dont because they cant telll and sometimes you cant, This is not a problem it is actually very normal!

March 29, 2011 at 9:04 pm
(365) Kaylan says:

Mine are the same. The right one is a C and the left is a B. Im 13 and i got my period when i was 11 almost 12. Is there anything i could do. Plus the right one is probably getting bigger,hopefully NOT! help :’(

March 31, 2011 at 7:02 am
(366) el anticristo says:

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April 4, 2011 at 8:11 pm
(367) rach says:

I have 2 different cup sizes…much more then the 1 cup sizes some ppl here are concerned with…I was an A on my right side and a C on my left. I started to realize they were different when I was around 13. Unfortunately they never evened out and when I was 16 I decided to get an implant in one side. Although I am glad that I did this because it really helped with my personal self confidence I want EVERY young women out there to know that this is VERY common. The doctor that did my surgery said he does this type of surgery very often.

9 years later, I am still glad that I got the surgery, but as is typical with a 20-something women my weight has fluctuated and with that so has my breasts. The one that used to be bigger, now tends to be smaller b/c I have lost a bunch of weight (nothing that would have evened them out at the time).

I would also like all you younger women to know that 1st of all not a single man i have been with has EVER noticed the difference until i have told them (and YES i tell everyone i am in a serious relationship with…it is a big part of who i am). Second, if you are EVER with a man who cares about it then it is about time you leave him…if he can’t love you or thinks your a “freak” because one breast is bigger then the other then he isn’t worth your time.

hope this helps those of you out there concerned about this…your not alone. i know how insecure young women are about this, but when your older you will realize that there are MUCH worse things that could happen to you, and this is just apart of who you are…not a good or bad part, but just something that makes you who you are!

April 4, 2011 at 9:44 pm
(368) anonymous says:

Hello, just like you all I have a issue with my nipples and breasts. When I was I’m 6th grade, my right nipple got waay bigger than my left one. I thought my left nipple would develop too. But I’m in 10 th grde now and it hasn’t. The only difference is my boobs are slightly more even. But I feel like a octopus nipple. I’m highly insecure. And I’m scared toshow anybody. My mom is worried aswell. Plus in my right breast I have a little lump. I’m afraid to get a manogram or any doctor to look at my breasts. I was wondering if there’s any surgery that I could get to even out my nipples.

April 5, 2011 at 11:04 pm
(369) Plague #11 says:

My breast are two cup sizes apart. The right is 38C, the left is 38A.
bluh bluh.

April 6, 2011 at 2:43 am
(370) A says:

I have the difference in breast size. My left is smaller than my right. Its so horrible and sometimes the bigger one aches and feels swollen almost. I’ve had this since I was 13 and still don’t know why my body is this way.

April 10, 2011 at 8:32 am
(371) KittyKat says:

why?! so many of us…this problem is really bugging me. I want to say, unlike somepeople are saying one breast just hangsout and the other is perfectly insde the bra, mine’s like this. One fits perfectly and THE OTHER IS DEAD AND NOT SEEN. Not literally, but it is hidden in there.

BUT! i HAVE A THEORY! For the next couple of comments, say if you are right handed or left handed. I belive that the breast that youhave is bigger is the one that is the hand that is stronger, like my sport techer says, you must strech you triceps(maybenot!) or else you will ave saggy breasts. Maybe or stronger hand is streching this mucle more, and therefore, only that breast is bigger.

Maybe not but you never knoW! So in the next comments, say what hand you are!

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April 12, 2011 at 8:13 am
(373) applestar says:

hi im almost 15 and im right handed and my right breast is slightly bigger than the other. Its not much but just enough to be annoying and akward my Left is a perfect fit B cup and my right is to big for B and to small in C. I felt like i was surrounded by all these ‘perfect boobs’ and i was just weird it really bought my self confidence down because all my friends are bigger and seem well preportioned. After reading all of these stories of ladys that hav the same problem as me it makes me feel better thanks everyone its nice to know im not alone. :)

April 12, 2011 at 10:54 am
(374) toyin says:

I have also experienced such as listed above but i discovered that in my right breast, there is a kind of ball there always there and i went for a medical check up but i was told that it is normal that since we have one breast bigger than the other, that it might also cause it but i was still contemplating if it is not a breast lumps.

please help me out to convince me if the medical check up tallies.

April 15, 2011 at 3:30 pm
(375) hiThere says:

I’m 18years old and im right handed, my left breast is bigger than my right. My left breast has always been bigger than my right since i started growing them. At one point maybe around when i was 16 they evened out now. But during this last year my left breast has grown considerably bigger. Its a downer because i feel like everyone can see that my left one is bigger. I dont know what to do, and im actually kind of scared because my left one has never been this much bigger than my right one. I’m hoping that eventually my right will catch up like it did two years ago but im kinda running out of time since girls stop growing around the age of 19.

April 23, 2011 at 1:10 am
(376) Sydney says:

I’m 14 years old also and my left boob is an entire cup size larger than my right also! Its sooo obvious when I wear strapless bras or bathing suits & idk what to do about it!! my mom says she doesnt not and it will probably get better but i dnt know! Plus im a swimmer so i really need to know what to do about this.

April 23, 2011 at 1:41 am
(377) Private says:

I just wanted to let all you women out there know… having one breast (usually your left breast) bigger than the other is normal. It is very common in women. It is actually more rare to have perfect sized breasts than it is to have one bigger than the other.

The reason why your left breast is bigger than the other is due to your Heart. (Its rare to have your right one bigger if you’re past age 20 but not abnormal.)

The only one who really notices the bigger difference is actually yourselves. I’ve told my boyfriend (who has seen my body a lot) that my left breast was bigger. He basically said “Woah… I didn’t notice but now I do, now that you say that.”

Though it looks really obvious to me, he and everyone else didn’t notice the bigger difference.

April 24, 2011 at 1:23 am
(378) ?? says:

Im 15 and i have the same problem my one boob is a B while the other doesnt even fully fit in an A. Its not as noticeable if i have a padded bra on. I always wear cami’s too so when i forget to put my padded bra on you can see the slope. When there is nothing on its majorly noticeable. I have looked this problem up and everyone says that its normal but i cant even where a bathing suit top its so bad and swimming is my favorite thing in the world! All my girl friends have noticed and a few guys but i really am unconfortable about this. Plus this summer I have to be in a wedding that is a strapless dress and its pretty easy to pick out. Any suggestions??

April 24, 2011 at 1:23 am
(379) ?? says:

Im 15 and i have the same problem my one boob is a B while the other doesnt even fully fit in an A. Its not as noticeable if i have a padded bra on. I always wear cami’s too so when i forget to put my padded bra on you can see the slope. When there is nothing on its majorly noticeable. I have looked this problem up and everyone says that its normal but i cant even where a bathing suit top its so bad and swimming is my favorite thing in the world! All my girl friends have noticed and a few guys but i really am unconfortable about this. Plus this summer I have to be in a wedding that is a strapless dress and its pretty easy to pick out. Any suggestions??

April 24, 2011 at 1:30 am
(380) to: 368 says:

You said that you have a lump. I had lumps in both boobs and I asked the doctor and he said its called “breast buds” they just mean your boobs are growing.
I hope this helps! :)

April 24, 2011 at 9:33 am
(381) Emma says:

I can’t believe there is so many people with the same problem, its made me feel a bit better but worse as well :\ My left breast is much bigger than the right. I’ve just turned 16, my left breast is too big for some B cups and my right is too small.. :( I hate them I wish they were both bigger! It gets me really depressed I don’t know how I’ll ever be able to show them to anyone.. :(

April 25, 2011 at 12:09 pm
(382) Scotty says:

I’m awful glad to see so many comments about this condition as I thought I was on my own, I am 27 and I have noticed a cup size difference since i was 12.one is a a-b cup and the other is c-d cup.I have had a baby and nothing has changed so I have went to the doctor and I am now getting an op in June to rectify it.it will mean implants, I am getting one implant in one side and one and half in the other side.they are also doing an uplift.costing about £5000 if i was to pay private but nhs are paying for it.i didnt want to go down the implants road however I need to do something as its really upsetting me.I have no bras that fit me properly and generally feel not complete.nervous but looking forward to the op.

April 25, 2011 at 7:59 pm
(383) LucyLuu says:

This is WAY more common than I ever imagined. You hear about flat chested women, or women who are in need of breast reductions, but not often enough do we hear about women with 2 completely different sized breasts. It truly does take a toll on one’s self esteem. Like many others, I noticed a difference in the “ladies’” sizes when I was about 12/13 years old. From a medical standpoint, this condition may seem harmless, but emotionally, it is exhausting and embarrassing. I truly encourage anyone who is dealing with this condition to seek a doctor’s advice (and NOT just your pediatrician), someone who specializes in this type of work. I went YEARS hiding away from bathing suits in the summer, not wearing the proper bra size, and having to stuff one side of my bra. I finally decided to go out on a whim and contact someone for a consultation. My pediatrician ALWAYS told me I’d grow into them and they’d even out, but deep down I knew this wasn’t just a case of asymetry. Tomorrow I will be undergoing a slight breast reduction in one side, and a saline implant in the other. I can not wait to finally be able to not only have similar sized breasts, but to feel good and confident about myself. We as women face all different types of unfair circumstances, and should not let this be one of them. You deserve to have confidence. My surgery is going to be 100% covered by my medical insurance. I NEVER would have thought. I did all of this on my own, without the consultation of my other doctors or anything. It is possible! My only regret is not having looked into this surgery sooner.

April 26, 2011 at 11:51 pm
(384) Jenna. says:

I’m 17 and I’ve had this issue ever since I started developing them. I’ve only told one person in my life about it and that person was my boyfriend. I can tell this is supposedly normal, but I really dislike it. Is there any way to fix this other than plastic surgery, because I refuse to get that done but I can’t stand having one boob bigger than the other. It’s a major confidence decreaser. :/

May 7, 2011 at 7:47 am
(385) Un-named says:

Hi I would rather not say my name, but I’m 14 years old and I honly just realised my boobs are hugely different, it seems as though my right is a C cup and my left is just FLAT! I’m really confused and quite scared actually :/ I don’t really want to talk to my mum about this and it makes me self conscious :/

May 10, 2011 at 9:58 am
(386) WonderWoman says:

Gosh! You all that that you were the only one with different breast size. now we see thats not true… I think is more common to have two different sized breast than have two “perfectly” sized breast.
I have the right breast one cup bigger than the left one, and now I know that Im not the only one. Can you imagen all over the world how many women having the same “problem”? Why do it have to be a problem? Dont even think about surgery. Come on!? Its just a breast being a bit bigger or smaller than the other one. Think about it. And think about it – you are not alone!
Guys have the same “problem” with their testicles. Do they care about it? No? Bcus they know is normal.
I think we have to think the same way. We are normal and thats perfect. …and the coolest thing is that you always gonna have womens around you with the same “issue”. we are not alone! Love yourself u r perfect I promise!

Do you think the same way? leave a comment so other girls can be more proud of therselfs and feel selfcomfindent about their bodys.

May 14, 2011 at 11:52 pm
(387) lilmiss says:

im 11 years old and my boobs have just started growing i feel ebarred to go to the beach cause in my swim suit you can tell i am haing self esteem issues

May 15, 2011 at 9:24 pm
(388) id rather not say says:

i have one breast that is significantly larger than the other as well. i’m trying not to worry myself with this, but it is definitely something that is bothersome. i am concerned because i don’t know if it’s something that needs to be dealt with or if it is nothing to worry about. i have been on birth control for over a year now. i am twenty years old, so obviously i’m not just entering puberty. i just want to know what i need to do in order to go about taking care of this.

May 22, 2011 at 3:40 am
(389) Jessie says:

Hi, I’m 16 and have the same problem. My right breast is about a cup bigger than my left. My right is a 38B and my right is barely an A. It’s like it’s not even there, and it’s taking a big hit on my self esteem. I noticed it only recently in the last few months, I had been an A cup for a while, but then out of no where my left breast blew up like a balloon, and now I have the problem. I always wear oversized jackets that make me look like a giant because they hang off the biggest part of your body, and it happens to hang off the right breast. I also wear big shirts that make me look alot bigger than I really am. I don’t think anyone has noticed besides me, I won’t even go swimming, even with a shirt on because I’m so uncomfortable with it. I only have enough clothes for 3 days out of the week that I will wear because they are the only things that don’t accentuate my breasts or draw any attention to them. I even grew my hair out so I can use that to cover them when it’s too hot to wear a jacket. Cosmetic surgury is completely out of the question. I know I’m technically right handed, but I drive, pick things up, catch and throw with my left arm, I just write with my right hand, and throw slightly better, but for the most part, I do everything better with my left arm. They were about the same size when I used to sleep on my left side, but now I sleep on my right side and it didn’t happen until I started sleeping like that. Could that be a reason why? Will it ever even out? I’m already self concious because I’m overweight, and this really doesn’t help my self esteem.

May 26, 2011 at 7:03 am
(390) Stephanie says:

I also have the same problem as everyone else. My left breast never developed, so when I was 17yrs old my mother and I decided to see a doctor. Since my self confidents was low we decided to go ahead and get breast agumentation. I had my first surgery when I was 17, since there was no tissue they had to put stretchers in, that would last for a yr. I had to go in a few months out of the year to put fluid into my breast(implant), so the skin would stretch. After a year when I was 18 than I had the second surgery to put the actual saline implant. Now it has been 10 yrs last week my implant ruptured, and I have to have surgery to replace the implant ASAP. If not than my skin will retract back to where I started. Yes it has been a process, but I am so glad that I made that decision. I feel better about myself. And my insurance did covere the one breast because it is a defect, so I only had to pay for one breast, yes I did get both done, because I did not want to have a pircky breast and than a saggy breast :) I am so happy to see that there is so many people that have this problem and everyone can talk about it, 10yrs ago computers where not popular, and my mother and I delt with this defect by ourselves. God Bless Everyone!!!

June 2, 2011 at 2:50 am
(391) jen says:

I just wanted to say i have the same issue and it is so good to hear im not alone!

i also just wanted to let all you ladies know that when talking about your bust size you actually cant have a 34a and a 38b or whatever

(i worked at victoria secret for over a year and they taught us how to take the measurements)

the number ie; 32,34,36…etc is the band size, so bacally the size of your back and chest and the measuement is taken right above your breasts, following the band line on the back around to the front

the letter is the actual cup, or breast so that is where the size differs! but you cant have two different band sizes for each breast that’s impossible!!!

also for any of you that are too nervous to go and get yourself measured, and feel like people will notice you honestly have nothing to worry about…i measured hundreds of women and not once would i notice asymmetrical sizing, nor would anyone ever mock a woman for having that difference

also its really not as uncommon as you would think, any friend ive ever talked to has always noticed that theirs is different sizing and honestly a cup size isnt that huge..and if youre worried about a guy noticing im pretty sure hes morepsyched to have your top off rather than comparing sizing

trust me

so if you are against surgery, but really do feel like theres a huge difference or that your gras arent itting i would recommend getting a measurement and finding a middle ground, as well im not pushing the brand or anything but there is some bras there with a memory foam padding/push-up i know both dream angels and body by victoria (BBV) and the memory foam adjusts itself to both the heat of your body as well as the weight of your breast, and ive noticed i have a much more even, and symmetrical look when wearing those!

i hope this helps, and i wish you all luck!
you’re all beautiful women inside and out..our imperfections are what make us unique :)

June 4, 2011 at 2:29 pm
(392) Monica says:

Hello. Wow, theres so many people out there, and, as selfish as this may sound, that makes me feel better. Ive been researching this problem, because its been taking a real hit at my self-esteem. Ive been reading through the comments, but theres not really any solutions anywhere. Because, I dont want to use some bra that will just mask it, and Im sure not about to go get surgery. What I want to know is, if theres anyway to FIX it. I mean, I know Im supposed to see myself as beautiful, God mad me this way for a reason, etc. etc. But, Im only 14, and I dont want to have to go through this for the rest of my life. If anyone has solution that will fix it, and not hide the problem, or make it fake, but to actually DO something about it, I would REALLY appreciate your help.

June 13, 2011 at 7:19 pm
(393) Julie says:

To Monica (Comment #392) Hey, it’s okay. I have the same problem as everyone else here only due to an accident. I fell off my bike when I was little leaving a faint scar across my left breast. No one thought anything of it. When I hit puberty ‘the girls’ grew but the scarred one couldn’t keep up.

Try massaging the smaller one every night or even when you’re alone in your room reading or something. I found it kind of awkward at first, but I’ve heard that it promotes growth. And since you’re still going through puberty it’s your best chance I know of. I’m only 16 and my boyfriend for a year and a half massages my small one. So it’s not so awkward, but it has grown over the last few months. It’s a slow process, but I recamend it 4 now.

June 16, 2011 at 12:02 am
(394) Emma says:

i have the same problem , im 16 yrs old .
my left breast is bigger than my right one .
i think its because im a right hander .
so to even out i let my right hand to take over what ever job my left hand had been doing .
and massage my right breast durring shower time .
i think after a year or half a month , result will be shown .

June 16, 2011 at 12:06 am
(395) emma says:

i let my left hand take over all the job , and massage the right one . *
typo error

June 17, 2011 at 1:05 pm
(396) mckayla says:

hey girls im 15 years old and since i was born my left breast has never grown but my right has my mom keeps saying its something to do with the bone blocking something but i wanna know if this is actually normal or is it unusually as much as i think it i didn’t think it was unusually when i was little but growing up i was made fun so i just wanted to know

June 20, 2011 at 2:11 am
(397) Kyumita says:

I’ve the same problem since last 2years…now am 19+..n it really makes me soooo sad T____T i dont have my mom…i lost her in 2009..i miss her a lot.so i cant share it wid my mom…it really bugs me..n brings down my self esteem n confident..i donno what to do..i cant talk to my dad abt dis -__-”
but i told dis to my boyfriend today..i mailed him..hez in office right now..letsc what he thinks..hes really understanding..hope he will support me.. plz i dont want any surgery..i want a normal way to even them up.. :’( :’(

June 24, 2011 at 8:13 pm
(398) private1 says:

im turning 15 this month and i’v only had this problem for 2 years, my parents know about it and they say its cause of my weight problem, im overweight and my left breast is a size C but my right breast is a size A. I’m already self-conscious about my weight so this just adds to my suffering. I don’t wear swimming suits because of it and i love swimming but force my self not to swim due to the problem i have. i don’t know what to do its really affecting me and i don’t want plastic surgery.

June 26, 2011 at 12:53 am
(399) Hartasia says:

I have the same thing and i thought is was not normal but, im learning to deal with i noticed at age 14 im now 16 and i really wanted something to fix it like surgery but im learning to embrace becauce its very slighty bigger sooo idk i think its more normal than we think well i hope …. :) <3

June 26, 2011 at 10:52 am
(400) Evelyn says:

Hi, even tho im 12, my right 1 is bigger than the other…. and what Kate said made me think of what i might have to do when im older…

July 4, 2011 at 7:00 pm
(401) TrueOrigin says:

Hey ladies I have the same problem and I realized their is not going to be a thing I can do and going to do about it I have came to the realization that God created me this way and their are many flaws I see all over my body from my head to my toes this do not stop me from being who I am I still do everything I want to do. Yes I have the breast issue but like I tell everyone it is what it is and it can be a whole lot worse like haveing no toes no eyes no legs so ladies lets continue to thank God and support each other with our differences your all still beautiful no matter what. Life is to short today or tommorro your here today and gone tommorro your breasts will not be the issue you will probably be forgotten one way or another so be who you are and love yourself all the time and be proud of the creation God created you and your parents made you we all have flaws I have more than one but somebody else have things that they wish we had like a smaller and one bigger breast. We all see famous celebritys who do so much to them selves by the whole nine yards still it might make them feel better or look a little better but how much better will you be in the end because once you start sometimes you never finish you go to the extreme and continue to wanna make other parts of your body better I can go on and on. created you. I did not make you to change yourself. Anyway to all the believers read 1Samuel6:3-9 It may not make much since why I have given you this scripture but before you read it ask God to give you the understanding and give you a message from this scripture their were some detail points I recieved from the scripture.

July 5, 2011 at 10:37 am
(402) juwanna says:

my left boob is 3 cup sizes larger than my right one. what is wrong with my schwaves???? is this going to be permanant???

July 13, 2011 at 6:54 am
(403) Me says:

Hey, I’m only 15 gonna be 16, my left breast is 36B and my right breast is flat!! It’s really embarrassing going to the pool, I can’t wear bikinis. or even wear open dresses and shirts. Once I filled up the right-side bra to wear an open dress, but the filling came out and everybody started looking at me. I saw a doctor he said it’s not cancer or anything, what should I do?? He said it’s gonna grow bigger with time but it didn’t. I’m so depressed!

July 20, 2011 at 11:38 pm
(404) mm says:

i am 12 with this problem i told my parents and they dont belive me! this is fustrating i need something now im scared to ask my doctor! i looked it up they call it polands syndrome. my right bust has a huge vein than my left is it taking the fat from it!?

July 29, 2011 at 8:04 pm
(405) Courtney says:

I’m 14 & I broke my are a few months ago. When it got better, I noticed my left breast was much bigger than my right. I don’t know if it has something to do with me not using my right arm for so long or what? I’m really self-conscious & I don’t even want to be in a bathing suit in front of people.. I’m glad other people have this problem.

July 30, 2011 at 2:36 pm
(406) me!! says:

omg im so glad im not the only one well basically my left one is bigger than the right so are the nipples on the smaller breast side of my breast i feel a bump but i think its naturell from the other comments ohh and to tell the truth its alot of people have it but dont raise ur mind and just be natural like every one else!!!

July 31, 2011 at 4:50 pm
(407) Nandhini says:

Hello….well my left breast is lot bigger than my right one.had noticed it frm 12 yrs old….alwys tld my mum abt it each time but she always thinks it cnt be n maybe would become alrite with time…today am 23, am married n av a 3 yr old daughter…My husband knows abt it but he doesnt mind it.mean it’s not a problem 4 him….i used to breastfeed my baby using left side mostly n since thn it’s even bigger thn the rite one now…few times i av been getting pains in my left breats…..av been checking….no lumps or anything so i dnt knw if shld check out with a doctor or not…I feel bit embarrassed lk wat if there’s nothing lk that n it’s just normal…..it’s really difficult 4 me when i try out my clothes….u c the difference really well. Mostly wen i wear party gowns etc….

August 10, 2011 at 12:08 am
(408) aria says:

Have same problem. Im 14 gonna turn 15 n I notice my left boob is a lil bigger than right. Idk what to do. Idk if I should go to doctor or idk.

August 17, 2011 at 10:28 am
(409) katie says:

iv had breast cancer 9yrs ago.. and last year had reconstructive surgery. they were great at first now they have droped and saggy…wot to do ?

August 21, 2011 at 1:11 am
(410) Tyree says:

I don’t know if anyone reads down this far but I am 35 I have extremely asymmetrical breasts. I want all of you to take a look at this site. It explains and demonstrates that we don’t really ever see normal boobs except our own. http://Www.007b.com look through them. Some are probably like yours and they are all normal.

August 25, 2011 at 8:36 am
(411) Blessing says:

I’m 18yrs old, my left breast is bigger than my right breast. And nobody knows about it.please, what should i do?

August 28, 2011 at 3:56 pm
(412) jackie says:

im 10 years old now and i dont wear a bra yet but my right nipple has somthing hard in it (ive heard its normal) and my left nipple is completly soft!!im so emberrased and all my friend wear bras but i cant cus i dont actually have breasts yet! please help its been like this for a year!!

August 29, 2011 at 11:44 pm
(413) Jen says:

Hi Girls, Glad to here that everyone is in the same boat! Im 20, Soon to be 21, I went to my GP when I was 19 because I found a lump in my Left Brest, I did notice the slight size difference, but took know notice. Once the lump was checked and everything was fine, my GP then referred me to a specialist to see about getting corrective surgery, This was in June 2010, she said i would be on the waiting list for a year to 18months, Still waiting, I rang a few weeks ago and the GP said that I should be getting it before Christmas, which im dead excited about. But it has been a very depressing and low time as mine are really noticeable. I hope this helps girls, to a least go for a check up and see your GP. I will keep you updated on the surgery and how my new boobs have turned out! Anyone has any questions – my email is Jenna046@hotmail.co.uk
Bye for now.. Jen :)

September 2, 2011 at 2:31 pm
(414) Anonymous says:

I’m 13, (I’ll be 14 in a few months)
And my left breast is bigger than the other by maybe… A half a cup.. (I’m not sure, because it feels HUGELY different to me) I’m very petite, and shorter than like, all of my friends.   I only weigh about 85 pound, but I’m not too skinny for my hight. I am a 34A, but my right boob is a lose fit, where as my left one is very full and perky. 
I haven’t told anyone about it, and I don’t tHINK it’s very noticeable, but it worries me. Will it get worse? 
Just today I realized that when I was about 10, my boobs had JUST started developing, and one started forming before the other, my mom asked the doctor about it and she sai it was fine, and would even out… I do not, unfortunately remember if it was my right side that was delayed or not, but I just hope so, and that it will even out, but would the early on delayed development of one of my boobs have caused this maybe? 
Oh, and around the time I get my period they seem to even out… But than one shrinks again. :-/
I’m not SUPEP worried, (just scared it will get worse) but it’s a little annoying, sometimes when I wear a low cut shirt I get a little nervous someone might notice.

September 4, 2011 at 1:46 am
(415) Kels says:

Out of all the comments here most are helpful some aren’t so much because everyone’s situation is different. Mine is similar. One breast size is an “A” cup and the other is a “C” cup. I do have a little bit of weight and as i developed in early teen years i noticed that only one size was growing. It was hard to change in gym. Even buying bras at stores, had to go through and squeeze each cup to make sure the cup was hard so it wouldnt show how deformed i was. Didnt wear tank tops, couldnt go without a bra or even wear a bathing suit without a strapless bra underneath. Doc told me to wait it out and see what happens but also said that massaging from time to time wouldnt hurt. In the last 6 months i got my first relationship. Im 19 and have to admit was embarrassed to even tell the guy about it and his expression when i told him was quite amusing. To my amazement he liked it. When i explained what the doctor said all he asked was how i shopped for bras :) . He also was more than happy to help with the massaging as well of course. But back to my point also in this time i got on birth control. Ive heard rumors that birth control does help not sure what it was but the “A” cup did get bigger and it might take a bit longer but its getting there. Hopefully i get almost even someday :) .

September 5, 2011 at 8:59 am
(416) loz says:

see i am not the only one, but i am 14 and have noticed my right breast is larger than the other one i no some of my friends go through the same thing but it is rather embarrassing when wearing a bikini or getting changed in pe as i think i am the only one and it lowers my confidence and i dont know what to do anymore do i tell my mum? ask the doctor? how can i sort it?

September 13, 2011 at 2:15 pm
(417) ronda says:

hi im 19 and going threw the same problem. i had recently had a child and seemed like it had gotten worst. before i had gotten pregnant you couldn’t even notice it unless i was naked and you really stared at them. i had found a site similar to this one and it didn’t help much. of course getting implants would help my self esteem by a whole lot but i was into it at all. i wanted to have more children and breast feed them all as well..
so i kept looking and i came across this site http://www.007b.com/breast_size_breastfeeding.php
it’s about breastfeeding but there’s also some useful information and pictures in there for others that have never had or breastfeed a child.. since then I’ve been feeling better about my self knowing that i am not alone and knowing what a real woman looks like in many ways..
i hope you all come to realize that breast are for feeding an infant not for the pleasure of others. of course feeling good is a plus but that’s why the made those boob things?? idk what there called but there rubbery and they go under your boobs lol i haven’t tried them yet but i’m sure when i do get them that it’ll help me more with my confidence

September 14, 2011 at 4:35 am
(418) amy says:

Yeah well, Im 16 years old and my boobs are VERY un even, its been like this for about 2 years. My right side is double D, and my left is an A.! I cry about it so much, i have to put heaps of padding in my left and none in my right, Ive had guys comment on it when im in cinglets saying they can tell. Im super self concious and in a way…it makes me really angry. Lucky i have caring friends, and a very supportive bestfriend that help me through this, I may be getting plastic surgery on both next year. But to be honest, I would much rather have small even boobs, than what Ive got!
Any advice please help, Im desperate.

September 16, 2011 at 12:43 am
(419) prameela says:

hi, this is prameela regarding breast. my right breast is smaller than left actually when the problem is after my delivery im having twin kids they are 5 years old and my breast was very loose so i have to lift my breast and the size of left breast too. so can u give any suggestions or any tips I dont know the size of my cups bcoz its different size one is bigger and another is small so, plz give me a right suggestion which is simple and safely.

September 23, 2011 at 8:51 pm
(420) zara says:

i can’t beilieve i’m not alone i have one big breast and one small which is my own fault due to breast feeding i just fed my child from mainly from one side cause i felt uncomfortable and she wouldn’t drink it from the other side now i’ve stopped breast feeding i have uneven breasts can anyone help me my husband and me are growing apart because i hate my body please help me e-mail me at zara.n21@hotmail.co.uk

September 26, 2011 at 10:19 pm
(421) Misty says:

I’m so glad I looked this up I just started highschool and noticed a couple days ago that my right breast is smaller than the other at first i was embarrassed but then I ended showing my mom. She makes jokes like don’t worry your still developing just wait till you get pregnant they’ll get bigger or just take some estrogen pills but that will make them both bigger. On top of lopsided breasts I’m chubby so you probably know my self-esteem is low already. I really wanna go to the doctor but I don’t know… I hope this is fixed if I’m stuck with this for the rest of my life it’s gonna suck.

October 1, 2011 at 3:20 pm
(422) Anonymous says:

All are saying abt the probs. What’s the solution ?

October 1, 2011 at 7:52 pm
(423) private says:

i am 19 n my left breast is at least a cup size bigger than my right n im starting to get really worried about it, im in a relationship now and my boyfriend don’t mind it but i gets to scared to take my bra off in front of him n if in the future i meets some one else n my breasts are still the same im going to be really self conscious of my self and i dont want that to happen, are there any answer to this? can i have something to put it right?

October 4, 2011 at 3:41 pm
(424) criss says:

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October 5, 2011 at 12:10 am
(425) Savana says:

i have the same problem my left breast is much larger then my right and it kills my self esteem i hate going swimming because of how noticable it is and i started to stuff my bra so that they would look the same i am hoping i can grow out of it but i most likley wont.
im 13

October 21, 2011 at 3:39 pm
(426) Nee says:

Me 2 i’ve z sm prob.. Im 20 n my left boob is bigger zn z rite 1..zis is rily boring me a lot..Is zr any natural treatment 4 zis??

November 5, 2011 at 7:19 pm
(427) a3680493 says:

I’ve said that least 3680493 times. The problem this like that is they are just too compilcated for the average bird, if you know what I mean

November 21, 2011 at 10:01 pm
(428) peacemaker says:

one is biggrt then the other one it makes me med and i have cryed some times and im 13 i have not told my foster mom yet not my sisters not ANYONE in scared and im glad that there r other ppl like me and im scared to tell any one i cryed just typing this it makes me sad and my right is bigger and by at least a xup so my left is b and right one is an c and it makes me wonder it anyone con tell

November 21, 2011 at 10:37 pm
(429) Kayla says:

I am now 20 years old but I started developing at a very young age. When I first noticed a difference I was probably 12 or so and was completly humiliated. My mom was worried and took me to the doctor, the doctor said i was still develpoing and to give it time. I waited and waited and still the one grew but the other did not. Finally the doctor referred me to a woman near me who sold breast prosthetics. Usually they are for breast cancer patients but I was an exception. From the outside I look like a normal girl but when I dont have my prosthetic in I do not feel like a woman at all. The worst was when my prosthetic feel out in front of my gym class, and eventually the hole school knew. I would hear kids talking about me, making fun of me, and saying I stuffed myself. I just wanted to crawl in a hole. Because of my situation my self confidence is shot, so much as that i am afraid to even have a boyfriend, from fear of judgment. I know almost if not every woman is unequal when it comes to breast size, but one being a DD and the other being an A-B is a whole different story. If i ever get enough money I have no choice but sugery. I am so glad I found this website because i truely felt alone in this world and it is nice to be able to vent to people who truely understand

November 23, 2011 at 9:43 am
(430) anonymos says:

Im 14 now and Im glad to know im not alone. My left breast is probably a B or C while my lleft side barely qualifies as an A. Sadly, its not like I can do reconstructive surgery at my age………

November 29, 2011 at 11:07 am
(431) B says:

Ladies, I am a male and my wife is like this as well as past girlfriends. I see it as very common and can tell you that while men love breasts that this is no way a reason to fear a relationship. My wife is self confident about it too but I can tell you it has never, ever bothered me or made me look at her any differently. Dont let it affect you like this, not at all. If a man hasa problem with this then he aint the guy for you anyway. Hope my input helps at least some of you feel a little better. Good luck ladies. ;)

November 30, 2011 at 5:13 am
(432) Sabrina says:

My name is Sabrina. I’m 14 years old. And I’m terrified of my breasts because I don’t want a boyfriend to think it’s weird.. It has dropped my self-esteem to a minimum level, and I can’t stand it. I honestly do not think this is normal, because all of my friends didn’t have this problem as they were growing up.. I have scoliosis, and honestly I believe this is a defect it can give you. I have a friend type thingy that really gets me and I like him a lot.:) I told him about my problem and he said it’s normal.
but, i’m still very self conscience.

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