Tokyo Bust Express Review: Having Different Size Breasts? Don’t Patronise Yourself!
|Breast sizes fluctuate. No woman is spared.|
Breasts grow at different rates, a very commonly among adolescents and sometimes adult women. It is fairly common for each breast to be slightly different in size, aka asymmetrical.
On average, a woman’s breast size fluctuates up to six times in a lifetime - not to mention the variations depending on lifestyle and life events like pregnancy. However, there is really no great cause for concern if you notice uneven bust line. And you probably don't have to buy special bras or anything, and unless you are topless, no one would probably ever notice any size or shape discrepancies between them at all.
The size or shape of a woman's breasts differs because of what makes up the breast itself. The breasts are actually glands contained within the front of the chest wall. The average breast weighs between 200 grams and 300 grams and is primarily composed of 12 to 20 lobes that spread out from the nipple like the spokes in a bicycle tire. These triangular lobes each have one central duct that opens at the nipple, through which milk exits during breastfeeding.
How much fat is in there?
Expanding on what’s in your breasts, a regular human breast is made of breast tissue and fat tissue. A greater proportion of fat tissue means your breast will likely be significantly larger in proportion. Simply put, fat takes up more space.
Changes in the level of hormones are the cause of the size to fluctuate between full volume during ovulation and shrink back to normal during menstruation.
Occasionally, an underlying medical or skeletal condition may cause asymmetrical breasts. Breast lumps growth of tissue that develops within your breast that are actually cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that can be caused by traumatic injuries to the breast or non-cancerous conditions. It’s quite common but isn't innately dangerous.
However, it is worth noting that if you are constantly self-conscious about your uneven breasts to that point that it affects your overall mood and well-being, you could be suffering from low self-esteem that has been associated with breast asymmetry. If this sounds like you, there is help available that doesn’t require you to go under the knife.
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