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Breasts come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. No two people have breasts that look exactly the same. If you need more convincing, read on to learn about the many variations of breast shapes and how to identify yours among them. Want to get a closer look? Slip into something comfortable and go somewhere private, preferably with a mirror.
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Apparently There Are 7 Types of Boobs—Which Do You Have?
Why Are My Breasts Different Sizes? (for Teens) - Nemours Kidshealth
Female breasts can develop in various shapes and sizes. This article will look at several different types of breast, areolae, and nipple shape. Bell shaped breasts typically occur in people with larger breasts. These breasts tend to be narrow at the top and full at the bottom. Teardrop breasts look similar to bell shaped breasts.
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What Are the Most Common Breast Shapes?
If you always thought there were only two kinds of boobs—big or small—your mind is about to be blown. According to bra company ThirdLove, women have one of seven different sets of boobs. While ALL types of boobs are perfectly normal and beautifully imperfect , knowing your boob shape can help you get the best bra fit.
Ditch the pink this October and spread breast-cancer awareness with these 31 facts about breasts. In most women, the left breast is usually slightly larger than the right. Very few women have perfectly symmetrical breasts. A slight difference in size — up to 20 percent — between the right and left breast is normal. Sudden changes are not, though, and are reason to talk to your doctor.
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