My left breast is getting significantly larger than my right. Does anyone know why? It was only noticably to me, but now I feel like you can tell in my clothes. It's just an annoying problem that I didn't have with my first pregnancy. I am 8 weeks this round and hope that it doesn't continue to grow!
Wow - I thought I was the only one - seriously. This is my first preg, and I'm 15 wks, and my left breast is definitely bigger than the right. Naturally, accdg to the doc, one is bigger than the other (unless you are surgically altered), so it seems common for one to grow at a different rate during pregnancy. I'm not worried about it for that reason, and it's not a full cup size bigger, so I can still deal with normal bras. Is yours so much bigger that a bra is not working for the left side?
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