Why are my breasts different sizes? Is there anything I can do about it? If you have just started developing breasts, one breast may grow more quickly than the other. This difference in breast size may even out. But it's also perfectly normal for breasts to be different sizes even when they're fully developed.
Why Are My Breasts Different Sizes?
Breast Asymmetry: Causes and Diagnosis
Photo Credits: I've heard people say that it's a common thing for a woman's left breast to be bigger than her right, but I wasn't sure if it was true or what the science was behind it. However, when I'd ask my friends about it, they mostly agreed it was also true for them. So why is this the case and what does it mean? Here's the inside scoop.
Why Are My Breasts Uneven?
A common abnormality seen on mammogram results is breast asymmetry. Breast asymmetry is usually no cause for concern. Breast asymmetry occurs when one breast has a different size, volume, position, or form from the other. Breast asymmetry is very common and affects more than half of all women.
Necessary reading for any boob owner. So if you've ever wondered why one of your breasts is a little bigger or perkier than the other, you're in good company. In fact, literally everyone has some level of variation up there. If you took a mirror image of one side of your face, for instance, the resulting image would probably look a little bit off.