How to Make Your Boobs Bigger - Pills or Creams?

I have very small breasts, and really want to make them larger. I have been looking at different options, breast augmentation being one of my top choices, but also looking at breast enhancing pills. I'm afraid the hormones and estrogen in them might be dangerous, but of course the websites won’t tell you that! I don't have a lot of extra money for surgery, but I really feel like I want this not only for my self confidence, but overall for my personal happiness. Thanks!

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There are no pills or creams that work for breast enlargement

Hormone therapy to increase breast size is not specific for the breast tissue,so unless you want to be fat and have big boobs, if not a realistic choice. Approximate 300,000 women have breast augmentation is performed in the United States every year,by board-certified plastic surgeons. The procedure is safe and not as expensive as you would think. Suction devices such as inconvenient, time-consuming, and not effective.

Consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon. Many offer financing programs also.

Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Safe breast augmentation

The science is clear - pills and creams will not enlarge your breasts safely - at best you will waste your money.  Currently the only safe, reliable an dproven methods of breast enlargement are by way of surgery using either implants or your own fat to enlarge the breasts.  The old saying "if it seems too good to be true...."

Michael B. Tantillo, MD
Boston Plastic Surgeon
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Don't waste your money

There is no magic pill to target breasts and enlarge them. Like any medicine, side effects do happen. I would be very leary of any claims that a non-FDA regulated pill makes. Typically these supplements include ingredients that are considered generally safe by themselves. These include Barley, black cohosh, Dong quail, Fennel, Fenugreek, Hops, Kava, Oats Pueraria Mirifica and Zearalenone. Best-case scenario it does nothing and you have wasted your money and time. Worse case scenario it stimulates breast tissue in an uncontrolled way and may contribute to later breast tumor development. Although I do not have any studies to say that these pills cause breast tumors, I am not aware of any that prove that they do not. Remember women have a 1 in 7 lifetime risk for developing breast cancer so why push your luck.
By the way just because they call something a “ supplement “ does not necessarily make it safer than a prescription medication. A pill is a pill and a drug is a drug. You are putting a chemical into your body that will interact with your system in someway.

Breast augmentation surgery is a very safe and highly effective surgery for breast enlargement. It is the #1 surgical cosmetic procedure performed in this country every year, and according to Realself has a 95% “worth it” rating. In recent years fat grafting has become a “more natural “ alternative to breast implants.
In my opinion the keys to a successful breast augmentation start by choosing a highly qualified Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. If they are not board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery keep on looking. Good luck.

John Mancoll, MD
Virginia Beach Plastic Surgeon
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Pills to increase breast size

I do not believe that there are any truly effective pills or creams that will increase breast size. Surgery- whether with breast implants or fat grafting to the breasts- is the only effective option for making a significant change in size. Unfortunately, the products claiming to be able to produce results are a waste of your time and money. 

Juan A. Brou, MD
Oklahoma City Plastic Surgeon
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How to Make Your Boobs Bigger - Pills or Creams?

Unfortunately there are no creams, pills or foods that can cause breasts to grow. You can use certain bras and bra inserts to make your breasts look larger in clothing, but the only way to actually increase the size of your breasts would involve surgery in one form or another. To know what options are best for you book a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon near you. Best of luck!


I think your best option would be surgery. There is no good data that that  pills and creams work unfortunately.

Kiran Polavarapu, MD
Fort Worth Plastic Surgeon
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Pills or creams to enlarge breasts

Unfortunately, the only dependable way of enlarging a woman's breasts is to have an augmentation procedure.  High doses of estrogens would not be safe for your body's health in general, and might not enlarge your breasts to your desired size.

Elliott B. Lavey, MD
Danville Plastic Surgeon
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No creams or pills enhance breast size

There is absolutely no pill nor cream on the market that will enhance your breast.  If you are interested in getting larger breast, I would recommend getting the breast augmentation procedure with a board certified doctor who specializes  in what you are looking for.

It is best for you to save your money as you can never put a price on your body.  There is even finacning companies that can help you finance your surgery as low as $79 monthly.

Leonard Hochstein, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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Breast Augmentation Pills or Creams

There are no safe currently accepted pills or creams to enhance your breast size.  Unfortunately, surgery is the only way to produce a safe lasting increase in breast size.  If breast implants are not for you, fat grafting may be an alternative option.  Best of luck!

Breast Augmentation

Yes, breast augmentation is the only safe and reliable way to enlarge the breasts and adjust the shape to optimize the figure. Pills and creams don't work and be careful of the ingredients. Placing the implant behind the muscle allows support and a natural look. There should be no reason that normal breast feeding cannot occur after a routine breast augmentation.

P. Craig Hobar, MD
Dallas Plastic Surgeon
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