Nov 25, · I'm going to be 17 in 3 months and I'm really worried my breast aren't just small, but underdeveloped, or maybe they are developed but just weirdly shaped.
Underdeveloped breast is also a common problem among women experiencing heavy periods or irregular menses. Women may also experience decrease in breast size after menopause. This happens due to the decrease in their estrogen levels; a drop in estrogen levels often causes the breast Author: Hardip Koradia.
Underdeveloped breasts can be called a number of different things, including small breasts and hypoplastic breasts. Although many may defer to breast size as being an unimportant characteristic of our individual bodies, some women experience some complications regarding their breast size.
Hypoplastic breasts, also called underdeveloped breasts, tubular breasts, or breasts with insufficient glandular tissue, may contain very little breast tissue that can produce breast milk. Hypoplastic breasts can be small, thin, shaped like tubes, or very uneven. They may be spaced far apart, and the areola may appear very large.