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well there is some difference in size doesnt matter
but still u have doubt
then u can go to some gynaecologist u can have breast examination and if required other investigations
so \contact some gynaecologist
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minor size difference in both breast is common phenomenon ,& nothing to worry.It can hidden by better bra.If the difference in size is significant.than go for ultrasound breast to find the cause ,there are so many modality in medical science to treat it depending upon the patient expectation & profession .
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