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I know this is old, but I have to comment... If you haven't yet, don't get surgery - please
You don't need surgery. It's understandable why you'd want it... but if you find someone who loves that part of you, your entire outlook will change, I promise. You'll always have that surgery option to fall back on.
Look for love among the "strange".. if you can tolerate us. We would love you MORE for your uniqueness. I LOVE breasts, but your condition wouldn't bother me.. I actually think it sounds sexy.
You're like a 5 leaf clover, rarer than the rare- perfect simply because it has no peers for comparison. Try to embrace it for a while before you get plastic inserted into you. If that's what you need to be happy, though, I wish you luck.
I'm 20 and my right breast never grew. It is also holding me back: I never participate in any swimming-related activities, even if it's my absolute favorite sport, and I never wear v-necks or revealing clothes because of that. I also dread having to explain that to a possible sexual partner.
For everday life.... well, I hate the idea of plastic surgery; the thought of having some foreign stuff stuck and stitched under my skin disgusts me. So I went to a specialised bra shop that does special commands for women who had breasts removed because of cancer and got myself a silicon breast to wear over my normal one. 215$ (canadian currency). Expensive, but looks more natural than pads and is the same size as my left breast. Of course I'd rather do without. But for now, it works. I still have to be careful of what I wear so that it doesn't show.
And to the other commenters: this isn't (necessarily) about feeling pretty according to the society's standards of beauty or boosting your confidence through your appearance or finding a special -one- person that will accept you. It's about not wanting to be stared at and have to explain every new time that "Yeah, I only have one breast. No, I didn't have cancer. No, I don't want surgery. Yes, I know about pads." Etc. You don't want to be questionned, so you don't participate. Boring, sad? Yes. But what else can I do given my circumstances?
NOW Let's say you get a treatment done, any kind, you pick the one you want. Now, you're, let's say, 'normal.' Look back to your life before the treatment. Would you wish you had done something different? Would you wish you had changed your mind, or perspective? What would you know now that you didn't know before? What would you tell yourself? It is difficult, but everything is a chance to be unique and grow as a person. It is seriously very difficult, but there is always going to be something you don't like about yourself. We all have it: either you are, Idk, a redhead, or too thin, or not tall enough, or have a very big nose... we all feel insecure and want to change something. Would you want to deal with it differently?
Forbid your mind to hold you back.
...and then if you still want it, why not get the treatment?
Awww don't worry. That doesn't make you a freak, ST.
There is someone for everyone out there. Romantic relationships or not. I'm sure if someone really cares about you as a person, they will understand. We all have our flaws, and that is what makes people unique and different.
I know you'll find someone who'll love you no matter your appearance. I mean... it is what's inside that matters the most. But even that is a bit hard to believe if you're not confident about yourself.
Hopefully you can find someone who will accept you for how you look. Appearences shouldn't matter. A lot of people don't see it that way but I know a lot of people who do. But if you aren't comfortable with how you look there's always plastic surgery... I wouldn't go there though, ST. Just keep your head up.
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`anmari has been spreading her infectious positivity throughout our community for over 6 years. Throughout this time Ana has been at the core of all things devious, passionately developing an eclectic gallery, helping organise devmeets, participating in chat events and also recently completed dedicating her time as a Community Volunteer. We are absolutely delighted to bestow the Deviousness Award for May 2013 to `anmari, congratulations! Read More