My left breast is lower than my right. Is this normal?
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#BreastImplants - My left breast is lower than my right. Is this normal?
In the past 16 years your body has probably changed to some degree, including any weights changes, pregnancies, or other things that may have affected the way you look. And, 16 years later, your tissues are not as strong as they were and you will, in general, have more sagging.
But you should see a board-certified PS in person to be assessed. There are procedures that can be done to improve symmetry, and you may want to consider having new implants anyway since it's been 16 years. Or, if you're otherwise comfortable with your result and there are no problems, you may be happy enough to leave things as they are.
Either way, you can make a more informed decision after discussing this with a PS who can examine you, and go through the various options.
I hope that this helps and good luck,
Dr. Alan EnglerMember of #RealSelf500
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