Even fully developed breasts can vary in size, which is normal, according to Healthline. Genetics may have an impact on typical developmental variations, such as alterations in breast size or shape. This suggests that if your mother or grandmother had uneven breasts, you probably will, too. Typically, the left breast is a tiny bit larger than the right.
As early as puberty, breast asymmetry can be found. During adolescence, or your teenage years, breasts start to develop. There can be variations in breast growth between the two. Uncertainty surrounds the cause of this. One explanation for this could be that girls have more breast tissue cells on one side. Oestrogen, a hormone that encourages breast tissue cell proliferation, may also make the cells more sensitive.
There is natural breast asymmetry, and no two breasts are alike, claims Healthline. Every woman exhibits some degree of asymmetry, but the degree varies from person to person and is typically determined by inheritance and ordinary anatomical variation. Furthermore, some evidence suggests that hormonal changes brought on by pregnancy's preparation for breastfeeding may have an impact on the size and shape of the breasts.
As a result of a nursing baby favouring one breast over the other after delivery, breast tissue on one side may expand or stretch. Breast asymmetry can also be brought on by other conditions, including radiation, tumours, abnormal cysts, and traumas experienced before the breasts have fully developed.
Breast asymmetry, often known as uneven breasts, is rather common. The size or shape of the breasts can vary depending on a variety of circumstances, including inheritance, pregnancy, lactation, and particular medical conditions. Consult a doctor if you discover a lump or pain in one of your breasts.
You might not think anything of having uneven breasts, or you might find it uncomfortable. If you're embarrassed or self-conscious about your breasts, you have options based on your tastes.
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