1. The reason for your asymmetrical breasts could be changes during puberty. These changes can cause one breast to start growing before the other, however, they may stop growing at the same time. Sometimes, the difference is negligible and is hardly noticed by anyone. However, other times, the difference can be pronounced and can make you feel odd.
2. According to Dr Sundar, “Breastfeeding mothers tend to develop uneven breasts because sometimes they feed their baby from just one breast. This can cause a difference in the size of their bosom. These mothers can try feeding the baby from both the breasts in order to maintain symmetry.”
3. A breast lump is a growth of tissue that develops in the breast. These breast lumps are often considered as cancerous but they can also develop due to non-cancerous conditions. A traumatic injury in the breast can also be responsible for causing lumps in the breast.
4. If you’ve always had even breasts but you suddenly notice that your breasts are growing uneven, it may be a matter of concern. Get it checked by your doctor if you feel a sudden change in the size or shape of your breasts.
5. In most cases, there is no known cause of differential breast development. However, in certain cases, it can be due to genetic reasons. Your genes can also be responsible for an uneven bosom size. This is because genes play an essential role in determining the strength of your ligaments and elasticity of your skin.