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Asymmetrical pectoral muscles, one muscle droopy compared to other, active in gym with no fat. Could it be due to excess estrogen?

i have a problem with my pectoral muscles. My left chest is well developed as should and has more of a square shape but my right chest also developed but has more of a droopy shape to and droops lower than my left chest. I m very active in the gym, my body fat percentage is low and i m very muscular so i know it has nothing to do with fat. but i m also reading on the net about some tissue or excess estrogen and i m really very confused and need some urgent help
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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Hello. Welcome to hcm.
Your condition might be due to congenital mal development of pectoral muscle which will be from birth or weakness in nerve supply which can occur after trauma. Trauma can be to arm,back or head. There no need to worry about excess estrogen or tissue as every persons problem is unique and only a qualified doctor can diagonise the condition.
I advice you to see your doctor who after examining you,wil also order for tests depending on site and cause of pathology and will be treated accodingly.
All the best
Answered: Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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