First of all, I am 23 years old and a male. I used to drink lots of milk when I was a teenager. I never had any type of bone related disease in my family besides arthritis on joints.
Recently, I took a straight face picture of myself. It was a close up. I realized my face is sort of asymmetrical :eek:. Then I realized that my right clavicle and my right side of my face has more bone density than my left side. I am dominant on the right side. I do chew on my right side of my teeth most of the time. I checked some old pictures when I was younger (7-10 years old) and my face seemed to be symmetrical.
Is this normal findings that now my face seem to be asymmetrical if you look closely? Also my right clavicle is thicker than my left and is that also normal? Is there such a rare disease that as you grow old only one side of the bones of the body grows smaller/bigger? :confused:
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