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Do you have one Boob bigger than the other and do you know why this is?????

Posted anonymously, 8th April 2019

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  • Most people do, though sometimes it’s too slight to be noticed. I believe it has something to do with most of us being assymetrical, though I can’t remember why.

  • My leftie lol its its always been a bit bigger but i didn’t really notice it that much until pregnancy

  • I was literally thinking of this today. I’ve always had the left bigger and it’s noticeable when no bra but in the last 5 weeks, coinciding with pain under my arm and down the side of my left breast, its noticeable with clothes on. Ive had mammogram and ultrasound but nothing. Still quite worried.

  • Yep, my right is bigger. I only noticed it after my first baby, so maybe breast feeding might have had an affect. I think it’s common for women to have one boob bigger then the other

  • it is very common though I am not sure why. My daughter has a very noticeable difference in her breast size but our doctor is not concerned though I would still love to understand why it happens

  • I think that’s pretty common. Just by chance, I would think, the way you can have one leg shorter than the other or whatever. Humans aren’t perfectly symmetrical. Mine are the same way, which is a bit annoying since bras tend to be a bit too small in one cup.

  • Totally normal! I don’t know why women don’t talk about this more.

  • Yes my right is bigger, almost, or at least, a size bigger than my left. It’s normal, I think my whole right side is a bit bigger (hand, foot, limbs etc.). Why? Because no one is “perfect”.

  • Yes but it is only slight so I don’t gnerally noticed unless trying on bras

  • Yep! Not a massive difference, but its been like that my whole life! I think it’s actually a very normal thing in women

  • I think most women do, although it’s not obvious on everyone. It’s something to do with the fact most people aren’t symmetrical.

  • Any changes in breasts should initially always be checked out by a GP.

  • Sounds common but check with your gp if worried

  • I think we are all lopsided!!

  • It is common and your GP will be able to give you advice if you are concerned about any issues related to breasts.

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