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Discussion in 'General Physical Health' started by Lybrah, Aug 14, 2020.

  1. Lybrah

    Lybrah Active Member

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    Suddenly I notice that one of my breasts is slightly bigger than the other. There is no lump whatsoever and it looks and feels fine. I went to a plastic surgeon earlier in the week and he said it was normal to have one bigger than the other. However, I never noticed this and they always seemed to be the same size. I am in my mid-forties. I have always had large breasts.
     
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  2. ChristianGirl_96

    ChristianGirl_96 Well-Known Member Angels Team Supporter

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  3. Caliban

    Caliban Well-Known Member

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    Get to a doctor and have a mammogram and blood work performed. I wouldn't turn to the internet for help. Your life is too valuable to gamble on the advice of non-doctors.
     
  4. Darkhorse

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    Yes, get a medical opinion, but...

    most women have one breast larger than the other, and usually one breast is attached higher on her chest (farther away from her waist) than the other.

    Usually people (especially men) don't notice this...o_O
     
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