Conditions with symptom: 'funny shaped boobs'
i am 22, and geting depressed about my boobs, they look horrible and im starting to get paranoid with them, they are quite small and funny shaped, i would love to have a boob job but dont like the thought of an operation is there anything else i can have to make them look abit better?
I'm 14 and have quite big boobs, but they're covered in stretch marks, my nipples are massive and my boobs are a really funny shape... overall my boobs just dont look right, I would never want to show them to anybody and I'm really insicure about them.. Is it normal? and Is there anything I can do about it?:/ Thanks x
you say your boobs are quite big so this will be why you have strech marks! but if you think your boobs are not quite right then go see you doctor ! but i think everybodys boobs are differnt x
Hi I'm 16 and I've read about how natural boobs are shaped like tear drops. I was just a little worried because my boobs are small (B cup) but kinda pointing and also my nipples almost look inverted unless very cold or during sexually stimulation? My boyfriend always wants to have sex without my bra on but I'm embarrassed about my boobs and nipples ):
Your body is still changing, growing.. Till approx 21.. so wait for mother nature to finsh the job she started.. Be confident and happy, and try not to get hung over the issue an enjoy your life and the friendship you have with your boyfriend. He thought you where great, he picked you.. Take care..
Hi I'm a 15 girl and was just wondering if my boobs are normal, at the moment I'm a D cup and my boobs are pretty big but they just don't look normal. They are kinda like flaps they aren't like shaped or anything, luckily they look normal in a bra it's just I'm really self conscious as I now have a boyfriend and I just want to to if its normal? Oh and I'm not not fat Im average weight so they are not just fatty flaps, my nipples are pretty small and my aureolas are really lightly coloured. Are my boobs normal? Please help, thank you!
I'm 18 and my boobs are small (34B) and not well proportioned. They are shaped like flat pyramids and the nipples are like a small lump on top. They are like fried eggs. They are so ugly and it really gets me down. I don't know whether this is natural or if I will be stuck with these ugly, mishapen boobs for life. Please help.
I have an oval shaped flattish lump under each nipple. Is it serious? I'm too embarrassed to go to my doctor. I'm a 13-year-old girl and im a 32A and my breasts are kind of cone shaped. Help.
maybe its just a gland but if you dont think it is you might have to build up your confidence and go to the doctors. They dont mind they've seen worse hope i helped;) xx.
I'm 15 & had my period age 11, a couple of years ago I skipped quite a few of them & have recently been put on the pill to make them more regular, my nipples are puffy & I have pubic & armpit hair. My boobs are a coned shaped 32A and I'm really upset & self conscious about them, I've had many friends tease me about them. I'm not skinny, I am an average weight & have large hips & some extra fat on my stomach, thighs and bum, but I'm not overweight. Are my boobs going to grow? My mum told me she was a b cup at my age & I believe she is a D now. Please help
You still have growth potential in you. Different people develop different parts at different times. Your parents can be a guess as to when and how by their historical development. However, you are unique and do not run on their biological schedule. The shape you indicated would tend to indicate that they were not fully "inflated" yet. That is a development shape and will not be their final configuration. One last thing. 9th graders are cruel and will make fun of each other without any just cause. If you really got into the psyche of those making fun of you, you would discover that they either were just trying to get your attention and didn't know how to do it properly; are trying to draw away attention from their own shortcomings; or are terribly depressed and unhappy people trying to make themselves feel better by tearing someone else down. Remember, boobs do not make the person. The person makes the person. Boobs are just for boobs sake. When Kira Nightly walks down the street, very few people stop; point their fingers at her; and laugh while shouting how ugly she looks without tits. It is simply because it is not true. Boobs hold fat and fake boobs hold silicone. None of them hold confidence. That is your job.
Why have a reetky discovered a small balled shaped lump at the top of my ballsack which when handle white puss which gave of a horrrid adore squirted out. Yet it still feels as ball shaped as it were before poped. Im really concerned please help me.
Hi, I'm 15 years old and don't like my boobs. I'm a 34D but I feel like they don't look it. I wish they were bigger, and although breast size may not be important to some people it is to me. I think that getting a boob job would increase my self esteem and I would be doing it for ME and not to please anyone else. But what are the cons? And do guys think their gross or do they not mind it? I'm not thinking HUGE and FAKE but just bigger and more shaped? Thanks.
I'm 15 and I had an abortion in January. I had the contraceptive injection after and I've recently changed to the pill. My boyfriend started to notice a funny taste when sucking my boobs during intercourse. I then realised when I squeezed the nipple to see what it was that they were leaking again like they did after the abortion. I no 100% I'm not pregnant, what could it be?
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