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My 15 year old girls has asymmetric breasts. will this self correct with age?

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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics 28 years experience
Probably not: Few are truly symmetric. The norm in human beings is that one side is slightly different from the other, not just breasts, but all over; like one ear a little higher or one arm a tiny bit shorter. If, when she is mature, the asymmetry bothers her, it can be fixed surgically (i have known several who have done this with good results).

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