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:

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  1. avatarAlyssa says:

    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!

  2. avatarajlc11 says:

    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.

    • avatarCarrisa says:

      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.

  3. avatarHalfCEES says:

    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.

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