Breasts are never completely even. When there is a noticeable difference between the two, though, women start to worry. Women wear specialized bras, feel more self-conscious about the way our bodies look, and eventually, some women talk to a doctor. Based on the severity of the problem and the kind of results you want, it is not unusual for women to discuss breast augmentations for both breasts, not just one. You may have dealt with asymmetric breasts since your teenage years, or it may be a recent development associated with hormone changes (like pregnancy). If you have begun to notice significant asymmetry, and it affects the way you think about yourself or your body, don’t hesitate to talk to a doctor.