My left breast is getting more larger then my right?

Breast. If you are in your 30s and this is happening as it would seem to be based on your profile, then this is something to be concerned about. I would start with a good examination by skilled doctor. Then i would have either a mammogram or a ultrasound.

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I get a small pain I can point to on inner left breast sometimes. Breasts r large & it is sometimes near period. Pain scale: 1. I checked with dr who listened to heart & wasn't worried. But im anxious?

Check again. If the pain lasts long enough ask your doctor to check while you are hurting. Also have a D.O. Or chiriropractic check as it might be musculoskeletal like, costochondritis. Vthats painful rib joint where it attaches to sternum. But, most pains that come and go like that are benign. Read more...
Breasts. Cardiac pain is not anything like what you describe. You needn't be worried about that. Ask your dr. What he/she thinks the pain is. Read more...

Sudden sharp pains on my left breast. How do I get this treated?

Physician Review. Pain in the breast may or may not be significant. Any palpable nodule in the breast should be reviewed by a physician who is experienced in breast review; surgeon, OB gyn, pcp. The provider should have access to high resolution ultrasound for an in depth review of the palpable area. Treatment options range from conservative observation to surgical excision, biopsy. Seek physician review. Read more...

What can I do about my rigt breast being larger than my left breast?

Not much. The size of your breasts is determined by your genes. Most women have one breast slightly larger than the other.Very few of us are perfectly symmetric. In some women, the difference is quite noticeable. Except for surgery, i don't know of anything that will permanently correct this. Read more...

I am 40 and found a knot on my left breast, how important is it to get it checked?

Yes. I would recommend seeing someone who is familiar with breast disorders ( breast clinic). A mammogram of the breasts and an ultrasound directed at that area will need to be done. Read more...
Very important. Any lump needs to be evaluated. Mammogram and ultrasound is needed to guide the evaluation. Even if these are negative and a lump is still felt it should be considered for biopsy. A surgeon experienced in breast cancer should be seen. Read more...
Mandatory! I agree with the other doctors. You must get this checked! don't let fear stop you. The vast majority of breast lumps are not cancer, but the only way to know for sure is to have it evaluated. And if it turns out to be your worst fear...Cancer...You've caught it early and have a very high likelihood of cure! Read more...

My gf has recently noticed that her left breast is larger than right. She is 20 years of old. Is there any risk of having uneven breast?

Lots. Of women and men have breast asymmetry. It's a normal variant. But if it is grossly different I would check it out. Read more...
Different. Body asymmetry is not unusual if asymptomatic and chronic. If recent an examination is indicated. Read more...
It's ok!, It's very usual to gave asymmetric breasts and is ok. There are no risks If your girlfriend doesn't have any other problems including skin puckering, lumps ,nipple or areolar skin changes, nipple discharge and just has some ache before menses, she is ok. If she notices any of the other symptoms mentioned above, or has family history i she better see her primary care doctor to work up detail. Read more...
It is normal. most women's breasts are different sizes, this is very common. if she notices that her breast is rapidly growing, if there is a discreet lump, or if she has nipple discharge she should see a physician. Read more...

Get brief pain about an inch under my left breast for a few seconds randomly. Its not sharp, more dull and achey. Happens from time to time.

Probably excess air. We humans swallow air hundreds of times a day and most unaccounted for brief pains in the lower chest and upper abdomen are due to gas. Also could be bruised intercostal muscles.If it continues, see your health provider. Read more...