I have a chest deformity

Gongsta Gongsta
So i was born with assymetrical pectus carinatum but it is a very mild version of it. UFC fighter Kendall Grove has it too but his is a little on the mild/severe side. Anyways as a kid growing up i didnt notice or seem to mind it. but then around 8th grade i was at a swimming party and a friend pointed out that one side of my sternum stuck out further than the other. i just told him i was born like that and that was it but however ever since that day i became very self conscious about it. i was very skinny growing up and around 9th grade i decided i was gonna put on some mass and i did and im very proud of my progress but i am still very self conscious about it and i feel like i started to get anxiety from it. anyways i wanted to ask the ladies if you gals would care if you ended up in bed with a guy with a weird chest deformity. I can post pics if needed
09/16/2012
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Originally posted by Gongsta
So i was born with assymetrical pectus carinatum but it is a very mild version of it. UFC fighter Kendall Grove has it too but his is a little on the mild/severe side. Anyways as a kid growing up i didnt notice or seem to mind it. but then around 8th ... More
No need to post pics to be honest its really not what's on the outside that counts. From what I can tell on what pics I seen on Google, it really isn't that big of a deal. You still function the same and everything else so why would that be an issue. I am sure some women may have an issue but I don't judge especially if its a medical problem you can't control.
09/16/2012
Cat E. Cat E.
Women aren't as critical of men's bodies as they are of ours. I doubt you'd ever be intimate with a woman and she's care about it. It just doesn't really matter to us.
10/04/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I know what it is, I'm a nurse. It wouldn't bother me at all. Stuff happens and good women care about YOU, not a minor anomaly in your chest.

Building up the muscle is a good idea, usually APC only requires surgery if it may press on your heart or other organs or already is doing so. If your organs are not in danger, but you still feel terribly self conscious about it, you could talk to a cardiac-thorassic surgeon about what could be done.... but if there isn't a medical problem going on, I don't think a surgical solution is necessary.

But, if it really bothers you (and it wouldn't bother me if a man I was interested in had APC) a lot of good cardiac-thorassic surgeons would do what they could to make the surgery "medically necessary."

But, that's just an option. Like I said, if your organs aren't at risk, I wouldn't worry about. But, please for Nurse P'Gell, make sure your doctor does keep an eye on it. It's one of those usually benign conditions that do need to be kept an eye on by a medical practitioner.
10/04/2012
Red Riding Hood Red Riding Hood
Sometimes oddities are beautiful. It just depends on who you run into. I dated a guy that was severely self-concious after having surgery multiple times and lots of scarring and pitting from it. It didn't take away from his beauty then and it still doesn't to this day. He's dated more since then and finally realized it's not that big of a deal. It's all in the good people who see past things like that and appreciate them for what they really are. Little things that make us all unique.
10/05/2012
mistre$$ mistre$$
I definitely wouldn't mind. I wouldn't waste time with someone who finds a fault with such a thing either, not worth it.
10/05/2012
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