The answer to this is pretty simple. Don’t.
Cup sizes are inexact and vary greatly between bra manufacturers. You may be a C cup from one bra maker and a B cup from another.
The Northern Virginia board certified surgeons for The Austin-Weston Center for Cosmetic Surgery encourage patients to try on breast implants of various sizes and see how they look in clothing to help them choose their size.
Ignore whatever the letter is and go with what looks right for you and makes you happy.
Also don’t make yourself crazy over little differences like “should I get 300, or 325?” This is less than a two tablespoon difference and is not going to make a significant difference.
We all know that recently Heidi Montag was upset when her breasts came out an “F” instead of an “H for Heidi.” How silly.
Writer: Byron Poindexter, M.D.
Filed Under: Breast