One of These Things is NOT Like the Other
- updated 1 year ago
I am a 20 year old university student and I am...
- 22 May 2012
- 1 year pre
I am a 20 year old university student and I am considering breast reduction surgery after a breast exam at a woman's clinic. I have always had one breast larger than the other for as long as I can remember. No one ever noticed though, when i have clothes on and a bra you can't really tell, other than sometimes if I run or bend over one breast falls out of my bra a little, it kind of "pops" at the top, because my bras NEVER fit properly... which is very frustrating. I thought about reduction before but never thought I would qualify because I didn't think my size difference was that extreme. However, since a visit to a new doctor...who had never seen my breast before (no doctor ever has!) ... she seemed surprised at the size difference and asked if I had ever considered plastic surgery. I was STUNNED... I felt insulted actually because I didn't think it was THAT noticeable... SO I pretty much feel disgusting now and am more self conscious than ever about my size difference. I haven't been to the plastic surgeon yet or even had a consultation to see if I qualify for sure, but I am wondering if it is even worth it. In my own mind I don't know if my size difference is extreme enough to get surgery... but then again, it has always bothered me and having two breasts the same size (and smaller) would make life a lot easier. I have a lot of shoulder pain and my posture suffers from my large chest. I also hate having big breasts because people seem to think they are SO BIG!!! I really don't find them that big.... but... oh well. I don't know what I should do!
So I think I have been in denial. After taking...
- 23 May 2012
- 1 year pre