i started growing breasts at 4 years old and by the time I was 9-10 years old I was 38C cup. now at 21 I am 38DD and I would love to be a B cup. everything fits except the chest area, bras being expensive, bikini tops not covering, clothes/dresses/tanks not fitting and getting oogled at by men is extremely annoying. how can I love my breasts? I am 100% symmetrical on each side which is extremely rare so I don't want to mess anything up with surgery.
I know how you feel. I started growing them early, too (not as early, though. I think I was 7) and freaked out at 13 when I was already something D. I'm at 36DD ( I might need to go up to DDD :( ) now and finding clothes really is a pain, especially since I prefer to shop in thrift stores, because I can't find much to suit my style in regular stores. Nearly everything I try fits at the waist, but not the bust. Or if it does fit the bust, it's unflattering everywhere else. I'm thankful for having symmetry too, and for being rather balanced everywhere else. And I've learned to deal with the disturbing attention. My only real complaint is the clothes...
I have a friend who is a 36FF, and whenever I'm with her, I don't feel nearly as awkward.
not sure of your weight. If you are a bit heavy, a training program that reduces body fat will also reduce your breasts. besides a lot of other health and appearance benefits. we can discuss more if you want.
The scarring is extensive. Everyone that says weight loss is the key is right. They want you to lose weight before the surgery. You may feel more comfortable with your shirt on, but you will always be uncomfortable taking your shirt off afterward. They are a part of who you are, and they are probably beautiful, and you would really miss them if they were gone.
Not sure what the Question is Sabby? If you are looking for my approval to have breast reduction...you have it? I cannot make any woman..or man either...love their physical assets...but most guys I know will understand if you wish to reduce...lol...my problem would be if you wanted to expand or enhance...o.O
well in my opinion you shouldn't do it because it's telling the man upstairs "well I don't like what you gave me" but hey that's just me be happy with what you were born with ...you were created that way for a reason...
You can try working out and see if fat is lost in your chest area. However, not every girl looses boobs when they exercise so its really hard to say if that will work for sure.
Surgery shouldn't mess up being symmetrical unless you have a bad doctor. They usually go out of their way to make them symmetrical. But like all plastic surgery, this costs a lot of money and possible health risks.
Have you tried finding clothes that flatter your chest and hides it? I know a lot of girls who wear tops to cover up their chest and are happy with that.