If you are in puberty, one breast may grow faster than the other. The smaller one catches up. However, almost all women have one breast slightly larger than the other one.
No, but it can seem bigger or smaller. Often the breast size of one is larger than the other. It is a small difference, but it is there.
Don't worry it is very normal. They just grow at different speeds. But they will even out.
There is really no other way than to grow them
Bodies aren't perfectly symmetrical, that's just the way they grow.
Yes it is.
Yes, all women have once breast larger than the other and many have a considerable difference.Human beings are not perfectly symmetrical and breast development doesn't occur in both breasts at the same time. Teens may notice one breast will grow a lot more before the other or that they breasts will almost take turns to grow. There are various factors that can effect if breasts are different sizes, another common cause aside from development is lopsided breast feeding.
no....as a matter of health ...this is not quite normal
It is fairly common for one breast to be larger than the other. Breasts can be come sore around the time you are going to start menstruating. I would do a breast exam to make sure there is no lumps in the larger breast just to be safe.
no! what are you crazy!?
Indeed the percentage is small.
I don't know.....breast cream, How do you know it doesn't cause other parts of you to grow other than your breasts?????