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Before you go any further down the path of surgery, you owe it to yourself to talk to a psychologist about how you see your body. Investing 50 minutes of your time in doing this could really help you. It’s not healthy to be thinking that way about your body. It doesn’t mean you’re crazy to see a psychologist or mental health professional. It’s just that they may be able to help you see things more clearly, and help give you better strategies to deal with your self-image other than resorting to surgery.
In 2013 in the USA, there were 3,325 breast augmentation procedures performed on women under 18 years of age. 51.3% were for purely cosmetic reasons. Source: www.surgery.org
I’m planning a research project to look at changes in vulvar appearance throughout the menstrual cycle. There’s little research that I can find which discusses changes in vulvar appearance, coloration, labial size etc across the cycle.
I’m looking for participants who:
- will commit to photographing their vulva every day throughout their menstrual cycle (i.e. for a whole month)
- who can provide clear, large, well lit and detailed photos. A good quality camera / phone is necessary.
- will commit to writing a short diary entry every day to describe any changes that they notice in their vulva.
- are NOT taking the pill, or using other hormonal birth control (implants, injections, vaginal rings, IUDs etc). You need to ovulate.
- are over 18 years of age.
All participants will be 100% anonymous with your privacy guaranteed. I will compile the visual and written results and publish the findings on the Large Labia Project when complete.
If you are interested in participating, or know someone who may be, or would like more information about what’s involved, please write to me at email@example.com.
Most people have some degree of asymmetry. That’s pretty much the normal state. I’ll soon be publishing the results of my recent survey into breast size and appearance and will be able to give you a better idea then. My gut feel is that a difference of 2 cup sizes is at the larger end of the scale, but you don’t have a deformity.
Padding is a good way to make clothes fit better. Given that asymmetry is the more common way for breasts to be it’s a shame that clothing and bra manufacturers don’t recognise it and cater for what people with breasts actually need.
There’s no reason to feel self-conscious about what guys say. Were they negative comments, or were they just mentioning it? I can’t imagine it stopped them, ah, playing with them lol. If guys are ever being dicks, and saying negative things, then kick them out, and comment on their balls being uneven sizes (which by the way, is the norm too).
Thanks for your kind words.
Yes it’s a good idea to get yourself checked out. I know my breasts hurt before I get my period, so I wonder if it could be related to your cycle. But as I’m not a medical professional I shouldn’t speculate. If it’s only happening lately then it’s definitely worth checking out.
Do you mean puffy nipples, sort of like these? http://ourbreasts.org/tagged/puffy%20nipples They aren’t that unusual at all, and very attractive. Why do you care what some girls say? Their opinions are pretty irrelevant. Do you know them, or like them, or value their opinion? Why care what they say about your normal breasts?