Are there any reasons why I shouldn’t have breast asymmetry surgery?

If you are under 18 and have not started menstruating then surgery is not recommended. Surgeons prefer a young girl to have started her periods before considering her for surgery.

Girls under 18 are still going through puberty which includes breast development. Their breasts are still growing due to the hormone oestrogen and this development can cause one breast to become bigger than the other. Very often this will correct itself at the end of puberty although it is unlikely after the age of 21. Sometimes the difference is slight but in a few unlucky cases the breasts are clearly asymmetrical.

If you don’t have surgery: either because you are too young or decide against it then there are other options. One of these is to buy a special bra which has a built in implant. This will help to correct the appearance of your breasts. There are several online companies who make this type of product.

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