This is a very common concern among female adolescents-even adult women! But it is quite common for each breast to be slightly different in size, a condition called asymmetry. Breast asymmetry is defined as a difference of form, position or volume of the breast, and it affects more than half of all women, so your daughter shouldn't feel alone. In fact, one study of women who wanted breast augmentation with implants found that 88 percent had natural asymmetries. Today, doctors can measure the symmetry of a woman's breasts via mammogram or, in your daughter's case, a special type of three-dimensional laser scanning called SCAN-3D, though these tests are not routinely available at most breast imaging centers. Any discussion of the size or shape of a woman's breasts requires some rudimentary understanding of the anatomy of the breast itself.
The old saying goes that every woman gets one breast bigger than the other. Is that true? If the uneven chest is not unusual, it is not the only form of breast that exists. There are actually 7.
As long as I've had breasts, they've been a touch uneven. I mean, their asymmetry has never been inconveniently severe. I don't have to buy special bras or anything, and unless you were to see me topless, you'd probably never notice any size or shape discrepancies between my boobs at all. I haven't lost any sleep over the fact that my boobs grew asymmetrical instead of turning out nice and even, but I have been curious about what caused them to grow into slightly different shapes and sizes in the first place.
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