Breast Gallery - different breasts
On this gallery page we feature breasts that we are not normal or natural for some reason, mainly because of surgery: either breast reduction, breast augmentation, implant surgeries, corrective surgeries, etc.
Another reason is some medical condition. These would include breast hyperplasia (macromastia or gigantomastia), hypoplastic breasts, severe asymmetries (though most asymmetries are normal and common), and congenital defects.
That said, MOST women who THINK their breasts are abnormal actually have perfectly normal breasts. We have many, many pages of photos of normal breasts, and you might very well find a pair similar to yours on those pages.
|"I really like your website and I wish I had seen it before my breast
reduction surgery. I have taken pics of my current breast outlook. Am 31 years old and I live in Kenya, Africa.
I have had 3 operations. The first being 3 years ago for breast reduction. I formed serious keloids and went for a 2nd one. However keloids still formed, and after some research on the net. 1 year ago decided to go for a 3rd surgery plus immediate radiotherapy, so as to avoid the keloid recurrence. The pictures here are after the 3rd surgery .
The color pigmentation on the aeora is because of the radiotherapy. The scar has significantly reduced. Can't say am happy, but the appearance is much better than the 1st surgery.
I would like to tell all the ladies, if you can avoid breast reduction pls do so. Because there is no such thing as perfect boobs.
I am now abit embarrassed to tell anyone am dating that I have had breast reductions, especially because it's unheard off in the African community."
|"I'm 34 years old, about 200lbs and 5 foot 3. I had a
breast reduction at age 20. I have PCOS and do get some cystic acne on my
breasts sometimes. Breast reduction surgery has left me with very sensitive
nipples and small areas of numbness around the scarring but I am very
pleased that I got it done. I used to be an E cup but now am a C cup. This
gallery has really helped me realize that everyone is unique and gorgeous in
their own way - it's such a difference from the perky porn star boobs the
media shoves in our faces all the time!"
|"I'm 23 years old. I've had five cosmetic surgeries. The first three followed my 16th birthday to "correct" a significant breast asymmetry, the fourth to replace an implant with capsule contractor and the fifth for scar revision. While I regret jumping into plastic surgery at such a young age I'm very content with them now, despite their scarring and slight asymmetry, and lovingly refer to them as my "raggedy ann boobs."|
|"Hi I'm 31 yrs old, I am 128 lbs and have been since high school. I have
two children and never breast fed.
I had a breast enlargement from a 34b to a 34d 5 years ago. Having my first child made my breasts droop, they had an empty appearance, I found them unbearable to look at and felt I had the boobs of a 90yr old at 24.
My breast surgery was a success but although I love them in bras and under clothing I hate the way they feel, kinda like shrivelled bags inside, they have ridges all round them. I think if I'm honest I wish I had never had the surgery done because I never considered the maintenance, they only last 10 yrs and the thought of going through the op again makes me shudder. This website is fantastic and someone should do something about the false images women, especially young woman, are subjected to daily. It makes you feel rubbish.
|"I am a 43-year old woman who has been pregnant and nursed with a double (extra) nipple on my right breast. Both the larger and smaller nipples on the right breast produced milk."|
|"I am hispanic, 34 yrs old. I have had five children, tried to breastfeed 3 of them, but it only lasted a few days each. I have also had two breast surgeries. My main problem, since puberty, has been with my areolas and nipples. They would not become erect like "normal" and the areola would just bunch up. To me they looked like a little mound of mud on my breast. I had small 34 b/c breasts before children, while pregnant they were 36 d. Afterward they shriveled up into A cups and suddenly my already ugly nipples began to invert. I was 20 when I had my 1st child and this happened almost immediately after her birth. I wanted to die. After the birth of my 2nd child (actually 10 months after) I went to a plastic surgeon for the problem and he said that breast implants would correct the inverted problem and help with the "deflated" look as well. I was NEVER one to get plastic surgery, but I felt horrible. The implants did
give my breasts a great new shape, made me in proprtion and help the inversion of the nipples. But I still had the "mound of mud" issues.
Fast forward about nine years! I went back to that same plastic surgeon for what I thought would be the classic nipple surgery where they cut some thing that was holding your nipple back from becoming erect and everything is wonderful. Well not my luck, instead I feel worse. I have less nipple to work with and although he said he cut out a doughnut shape of areola it looks worse. Maybe a smaller pile of mud now. I used to be able to pull my nipple and now I can't so much. I went from having a little sensitivity in my nips to none, but I sure do feel pain! He also said I was missing the parts inside the nipple that make them become erect.
About a month after the surgery I went and had my nipples pierced (after much research) that way scar tissue could form underneath and help build them up. The doc said that was the best idea and I probably should have done that before. THNX! I'm still paying his bill! But because my nips don't extend off my breast, they caused me problems and I took them out only to find additional scars. I have very brown nipples and areolas as you can see. Well, now I have big white lines going thru them :( I also have ugly stretch marks on my breasts. I am grateful to this site for REALLY educating women and men on what REAL breasts look like. But I still feel bad because I still feel alone. And although I am married and my husband says he doesn't have an issue with it, I DO! I know men would rather have something a little closer to normal. I've worked in a nursing home and saw what real breasts look like, albeit very old breasts LOL but no one was as ugly as me. And I didn't see anyone on this site who had nipple problems like me. When I was single I felt like I'm not worth it for any man, like they deserve better than my ugly nipples! I know that sounds bad, but I feel really ugly, esp. now :( "
|"I am 43 now (39 at the time of my procedure). My breasts were a UK size 34H. I had a reduction surgery at the end of 2005 and had approx 700 g removed from each breast. The second picture is 7 weeks after the procedure. I suffered no nipple loss - although I am still numb on both breasts on the lower outer quarter of each. I have increased nipple sensitivity. One of my main problems was the scarring. I am mixed race - black canadian/caucasian - and we often suffer darkly pigmented scarring. This has faded by now - 3 years later - but still has a little way to go. My main concern was scarring around the nipple and down the front of the breast, but these scars were invisible within a very short space of time (within a year). My cup size now is approximately 38D. Taking all things into consideration, I am glad I had the procedure. The scarring is a small price to pay for the comfort I now have. I have never been pregnant and up until the age of 30, my breasts were average size - 36C. I took the pill from the age of 16 until my early 30's. In these pictures, I am about 20lbs overweight for my 6ft frame and was not athletic although quite densely muscled for a woman."|
|These small breasts are widely spaced, have a 'tubular' or tuberous shape, and are narrow at the chest wall. There is a chance that they are so-called hypoplastic (under-developed) breasts, which means the breasts do not have enough glandular (milk-making) tissue. Women with hypoplastic breasts usually have milk supply problems and need to supplement the baby's diet with formula.
This condition cannot be diagnosed 100% until the woman has actually tried to breastfeed and it is verified she does not make enough milk. However, these breasts do fit the characteristics otherwise (tubular shape, small, and a large gap between them at the chest wall).
|" I am 19 years old, 5'8" tall, and weigh 140 pounds. I was always incredibly active and even joined the military, where I blew out several ligaments in my knee. I wasn't allowed to be active for around 4 months and still have trouble with strenuous activity. During that time I went from around 115 pounds to 140 pounds. At the time, I was a 32A (American sizing) with inverted nipples, and I stayed that way. Several months after I was married, we saved up the money and I had breast implantation surgery and got 375cc saline implants and am now a 32D/DD bra size. Surgery was very painful, and I now have stretch marks and scarring. I personally am fine with having my scars and stretch marks, but some may not be and may not want to go through the pain and other side effects of having surgery."|
A supernumerary breast/nipple. It cannot be seen from this whether there is breast tissue, or just a nipple present. The third nipple is located under the left breast (on the right side of the image), along the so-called "milk line".
"It's something really unusual, with an incidence of 1:500; I'm almost supernatural! Lol. Once I read in a medical book that in some cases the supernumerary breast was below the normal breast, and the other grew less well. This is exactly the case with me.
É algo bem incomum
É uma mama aditiva
Na linha do seio comum
Ela é bem pequenina
E nem a todos fascina
Pois não tem "cargo" nenhum.
It's very unusual
It's an additional breast
In line with normal breast
She is very tiny
And doesn't fascinate all
Because it doesn't have any "place".]
A big hug and thank you!"
|"In June 2010, my sister passed away from breast cancer. Before she died, she had me take pictures of her breast reconstruction. She never lived to have the last 2 surgeries which would have replaced a nipple. But we wanted to share with others her experience and we didnt want women to be afraid, we wanted them to know what they may be able to expect and give them some resassurance or insight. I applaud you for what you are doing and I commend you for the effort, and hard work you put into your website. She had transdermal flap surgery. Fat was taken from her stomach. where some cancerous cells were also removed and used to do the reconstruction. Her lymph nodes were also removed under the arm."|
|"I am 60 year old male breast cancer survivor (10 years). I have always had large breasts. I have had yearly mammograms since age 40. In fact, that is how the cancer DCIS was found, saved my life. I had lumpectomy on my right breast [see the scar in the photo on the right]. As I have gotten older they have become larger and sag, I now wear a bra. you have a wonderful web site. I am sure it has helped many people. I weigh 185 lbs, 5-11 tall."|
|I am a 24-year-old woman who has never been pregnant. I had a breast reduction when I was 15 years old. These are current, post-op photos. The scars are long-healed now. One picture is a frontal view with my breasts resting naturally. The other picture is with me lifting my breasts so the scarring underneath is visible.|
|"I am currently 34 wks pregnant with my first baby (boy) and am 32 yrs old. About 2 years back I was checked by a dermatologist for I have many many moles and freckles all over my body. He pointed out the mole on my left breast is in fact a 3rd nipple: polythelia he called it. (It's not actually along the milk line, but a few cm to the right of my nipple) I haven't experienced any leaking yet (milk coming in) but he warned me my 3rd nipple might even produce milk as well. We'll see what happens when baby boy gets here."|
|"I have a third nipple under my left breast. Apparently 1 in 50 women have a third nipple (or more). I actually have two, technically, but the other is so tiny you can't hardly see it. Men get them too, though. They are often mistaken for moles. They can be removed but that's time and money."|
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I'm a 39 yr old male. I was born without testicles and a hormonal inbalance which means that my measurements are 38" hips, 26" waist, 38D breast and a 2" penis (all natural). I had this "condition" since birth. I'm always being asked if I'm a male or a female or both. I have accepted this but at times very frustrating. I am extremely unique. I do like women (so am I a lesbian?). In fact, I wouldn't change anything.