One boob bigger then other
By Clare Goldwin for the Daily Mail. Jane Wood is counting down the days to summer. She can't wait to wear strappy sundresses in the sunshine — she's even looking forward to putting on a bikini. It's been a long while since she felt this body confident, though it's not because she's been on a diet. Rather, for the first time in years, Jane's breasts will be the same size. To many, having lopsided breasts — where one is much smaller or differently shaped than the other — may sound a trivial issue, but Jane is one of a significant number of women who say it can be devastating.
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You and your boobs go way back. You probably know them so well by now that you could pick them out of a lineup if you had to. That's because boobs are a little like snowflakes—each with their own unique shape, texture, and characteristics. Even in the same set, one boob may be a little bigger or perkier than the other. The differences can range from being really subtle to being really Bevers, M.
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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?
It is quite common for one breast to be bigger than the other as development occurs during puberty. Usually the breasts become the same size over time and do not need any treatment. However, if the breasts have not become more or less an equal size by the age of about 16 years old or near the end of puberty , they will probably remain unequal. About one in four adult women have some degree of asymmetry of the breasts.