I'm on my third child of 4weeks, since my first child of 5 years my breasts have been one larger than the other. I;m 36 and done having children. I know once I loose this baby fat that they will return to a size b or so but will be uneven. The only time I'm self consious about them is when I am in front of my man or the mirror. Any thought or suggestions?Answer Question
It's very common for women to have A-symmetrical breasts, especially after having kids. If it's a big difference the only option you really have is implants to even them out and make them a little more firmer and rounder. They usually insert a larger implant in one, and a smaller implant in the other to even out the size. I have one bigger than the other, and it's noticeable but not majorly. The thing that bothers me the most is the loss of volume I have after giving birth.
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Well, I'm biased...just got my implants four weeks ago...but I say go for the implants!!! For most women the recovery isn't that bad, and it's definately high on my list of best things I've ever done. Just do your research and pick your surgeon carefully! There are tons of online resources, but here are my two favorites.
http://www.justbreastimplants.com/forum/general-breast-augmentation-discussion/ ~ this one has better message boards.
http://www.implantinfo.com/ ~ this one has a great database of before and afters. If you go into the plastic surgeon's photos it'll let you search by height and weight so you can see what different size implants look like on women with similar builds.
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