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Giving my body and lopsided boobs a thumbs up, I’m just happy everything works!
My name is Krista and I am 20 and have always been incredibly insecure about my chest area. I have pectus excavatum which is a deformity in my bone structure. My sternum is to the left of where it should be and twisted sideways.  Because of this as you can see, my breasts are totally different sizes. In school I always wore a sports bra over my bra if I had to change for gym and shopping for bras or bikini still sometimes ends in tears and I used to be afraid I’d never find someone that didn’t go wide eyed when I took my clothes off. Since then, I have found that someone and through being comfortable with him, and looking at blogs like this I’ve come to realize that no one has a perfect body and I’ve really learned to love the wonderful things about my body. 
Besides the cosmetic effects of my condition my lung is also smaller than it should be, and my heart is an a totally unusual location. When I found that out I was terrified and it took about six months of testing to determine if I needed a possibly life-threatening surgery to correct the medical issues. The verdict? I don’t, my body still works perfectly and I’ve learned that is what I should be truly thankful for.
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Giving my body and lopsided boobs a thumbs up, I’m just happy everything works!

My name is Krista and I am 20 and have always been incredibly insecure about my chest area. I have pectus excavatum which is a deformity in my bone structure. My sternum is to the left of where it should be and twisted sideways.  Because of this as you can see, my breasts are totally different sizes. In school I always wore a sports bra over my bra if I had to change for gym and shopping for bras or bikini still sometimes ends in tears and I used to be afraid I’d never find someone that didn’t go wide eyed when I took my clothes off. Since then, I have found that someone and through being comfortable with him, and looking at blogs like this I’ve come to realize that no one has a perfect body and I’ve really learned to love the wonderful things about my body. 

Besides the cosmetic effects of my condition my lung is also smaller than it should be, and my heart is an a totally unusual location. When I found that out I was terrified and it took about six months of testing to determine if I needed a possibly life-threatening surgery to correct the medical issues. The verdict? I don’t, my body still works perfectly and I’ve learned that is what I should be truly thankful for.

BE BRAVE! JOIN THE BODY PEACE REVOLUTION!

  1. realladybodies reblogged this from stophatingyourbody and added:
    my friend had a similar condition, she had her ribs reset in the end as her sternum wasnt joining correctly. i have...
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    It’s all beautiful, love.
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  8. ifyouveeverbeeninlove said: Also. The younger you are the more likely they’ll do the surgery. There is a chance it might become worse, so you should fix it while you’re young and able. The cut off age is usually 25.