15-year-old woman’s chest asymmetrically has different sizes on both sides
Q: I’m a 15-year-old middle school girl. I’m worried because the chest sizes are different on both sides. There is no particular pain or discomfort. It doesn’t look good on the outside, so I’d like to correct my uneven chest. I’m a minor. Is it possible? Should I go to a nearby mammary clinic for consultation?
A: Chest size asymmetry is a common phenomenon. The sizes are slightly different. It’s very rare that the papilla, the height of the base, etc., along with both sizes are exactly the same 비아그라 파는곳
It’s a good idea to do a breast ultrasound to see if there’s a bruise on your chest or if there’s a problem inside your breast (because you’re still a teenager, so that’s unlikely) Depending on the results of breast surgery, it can be said that if there is no abnormality, asymmetric correction can be considered after adulthood.
Since the bone and breast tissue are growing, we don’t think breast surgery will be desirable