7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Stress About Uneven Breasts

If you’ve ever realized, completely out of nowhere, that your boobs are different sizes, you probably got a little bit freaked out. One day you’re sitting around, not even really thinking about your boobs, and the next day you’re looking in the mirror and you see it – OMG! They’re not the same! And if this has never happened to you, sorry… you’re probably going to check ‘em out right now.

But really, what’s the big deal about uneven breasts? Oh, right… it’s not a big deal at all! Uneven breasts are a part of life, as weird as that may sound, and there’s no reason to feel ashamed of them. I once knew a girl who had really uneven boobs and it was something she told everyone. No one even cared. We were all just like, “Oh yeah, that’s Stacy. Her boobs are different sizes. Whatever.”

But since we know it can be difficult to deal with these kinds of things sometimes, we put together a few reasons why having uneven boobs is nothing to stress over. Check them out:

Do you have uneven breasts? Do you know anyone who does? Would you ever consider getting plastic surgery to fix them? Tell us in the comments.

 

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  • sarah

    hi everyone. I thought Im alone have breasts with different size.. My right breast is large than left. I realised it when I was 15, now Im 21. I hated my breast but at least noone around me mentioned that why my breast so. I have a boy frind now who call me as wife we’re going to marry soon. He isn’t said anything about my breast. And I don’t suppose that he’ll not like my breasts when see those. Men never care of small matters like this. But we girls do. After all I got used and love my breast and we can make them seem as equal so no problem ;)

  • thatsmedee7

    ive always had uneven breasts. i where a 42C bra. my left breast is much bigger than my right one. probably a C and small B cup.you can really tell the difference if i dont have a bra on. i knew i couldnt afford surgery. so i just brought two silicone bra inserts from walmart that i slip into my right side. and it makes them look more even, and it works for swimming, i just have to dry it off after swimming but i must swim in a bra because that is what will keep the normal shape of them.so i hope this works for someone else.

  • Ashtan

    Hey You Guys My Name Is Ashtan And I Also Deal With Uneven Breast…Till This Day I Dislike It But I Want To Tell All The Girls Whose Going Through This…Boob Work Is Not The Answer… Love Yourself For Who You Are…So What If People Look, Just Know That Your The Center Of Attention!!! I Notice Mine Growing Uneven When I Was Around 13 And Yeah I Didn’t Even Like Getting Undress And Looking In The Mirror…But Am 19 Now….Either You Love Yourself For Who You Are Or Have Someone Love You For Who Your Not…Breast Surgery Will Fix The Size Difference But Not Your Self Esteem Ladies

  • Abby

    My right breast has always been bigger than my left. The right is a c and the left is a small b. I usually wear a 36c, but it’s so hard to find a bra that fits well. I used to hate myself for it, but I’ve gotten better about it. I’m 16 now but I know they’ll never even out because you could tell the size difference since the day I was born. Obviously I didn’t have developed breasts when I was little, but it was quite noticeable that my left side of the chest was slightly sunken in. The doctor said I was missing a muscle on the left side of my chest, so I think it’s more that just asymmetrical breasts, but maybe some kind of medical condition or birth defect? I’ve never really gotten a good answer on it.

    • Alice

      I have exactly the same problem. It’s that the chest wall doesn’t develop properly and is called pectus excavatum. It can be a bit demoralising but it is not breast unevenness but chest wall unevenness

  • Seaji

    Mine are barely a c and a d so very different. It has always been a struggle to find bras and bathing suits and sexy nighties that I could wear and feel confident in. I have considered both augmentation and reduction. Reduction is the only type of surgery I would consider now. If I had the money. I think reduction for breasts that are a cup size or more, different in size, should be covered by insurance. It is not about having “perfect boobs” its about being able to wear clothing without having to worry about your insert moving out of place, popping out, or being ashamed if you get caught without your bra, because if you think people stare at pretty, evenly matched breasts, try sporting two that are really different sizes, they double take and then look away. I had a very wonderful women tell me that my husband was lucky, that it wasn’t every man that could have feast and famine all in one night. I have held onto this and it makes me feel okay with my girls. I would love to be even, even if they weren’t perfect, but funds won’t allow that right now so that is that, as the saying goes.

  • Someone shy

    During puberty I never paid anything attention to my breasts appearance. I never bothered to look at myself naked until I was 15 or so and realized my breasts don’t look like others girls. (From movies) one is bigger than the other and the bigger breast has a nipple that is a half an inch bigger nipple. There’s no underboob as I guess people call it. I get compliments for how beautiful I al but then think “lucky you haven’t seen me without a bra” my boob confidence is shot to hell and I’m seriously considering surgery at 21 or earlier if possible. This torments me every day and is always a constant in my thoughts.

  • Alyssa

    My right breast is larger than my left so much that you can definitely notice. I’m embarresed to wear swim suits because they don’t have enough padding and my breasts sag. I’m 15 and wear a 36D cup bra so I have big breats for my age. I also have trouble wearing sports bras and that’s difficult because I play many sports. This is a tough thing to cope being a teenager!

  • ajlc11

    My left breast is significantly larger than the right. It was really difficult for me when I would go bra shopping with my mom and we would spend hours in the dressing room, while I cried my eyes out, because I couldn’t find a suitable bra. I’m still a kid, but let me tell you “Houston we have a problem”. I’ve never strayed away from telling a few friends that my breast are uneven, but if their reaction isn’t a light one, it kind of brings my sprit down a bit. One evening, after having to go through another one of those episodes, my mother brought home a commercial bra called the “Genie Bra” You could insert and take out little pads into each breast, and you only have to do it once, wash it, and you’re on your way! Now there is just a pad in the right one. It has helped to even them out significantly, you can still see a slight variation, but still, descent enough.
    I’m always praying that my left breast just shrinks, instead of the right one growing. I think that I have too large breasts for my size, although they really aren’t extremely big. I don’t know. I have a long ways to go in life, and I’m almost certain that the size of breast want determine whether I get into the college I want or being a successful career woman. Just my thoughts.

    • Carrisa

      I feel ya girl. I have a huge difference in my chest and I am always aware of it. I hate it. Its uncomfortable. 27 now and thinking of surgery to correct it.

  • HalfCEES

    Most of you were lucky enough to have had access to the internet to look something like this up and find out that it’s normal. I’m a little older and wasn’t as fortunate. I suffered so much for it when I was younger. I never wore a bikini or bathing suit, never had a boyfriend, was painfully shy despite a generally very attractive outward appearance-little did they know my secret. I hid behind big, baggy sweaters year round, while living in sunny California. I missed out on so much in life, always feeling deformed and self-conscious. I remained a virgin until I was drugged and raped at 21, and all I kept thinking was thank goodness he didn’t remove my bra and see my deformity. At age 26 I couldn’t take it anymore, I had saved up some money and had a breast augmentation which evened them out perfectly, at the time only saline was approved by the FDA. They were able to match them, I finally felt normal, lost my virginity voluntarily at 27 to my first real boyfriend (the rape was not by choice, so I still considered myself a virgin), I was no longer ashamed to let a man see my body. One thing didn’t go well, many of my coworkers noticed a slight change and started making rude, ignorant comments to me about people who have boob jobs. It’s not like I had big implants put in, they were the smallest available, just enough to even them out. People shouldn’t make judgments since they have no clue what others are going through. I truly empathize with those women with uneven breasts who felt malformed, you are not alone, I know how paralyzing and how alienating it can be. I waited and waited for them to even out on their own, they never did, I needed the help of a plastic surgeon, who finally made me feel normal and great! In the end, I was happy I did it! No regrets.

    • Meme

      I’m almost 18 and I don’t think I could wait as long as you to get surgery.. My left breast and nipple is larger then my right. I am taking into great consideration getting an augmentation to even them out and get a healthy ‘underboob’. The only thing that worries me is if they will feel real? I don’t want big just the smallest available to give me the shape I desire. I know it’ll firm my breasts but will they still have a natural feel? Somebody help!!