Do breast enlargement pumps works? Are there any side effect?
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Do pumps work?
Do breast enlargement pumps work? Are there any side effects?
This is a great question that lingers in the minds of several women. Although some non-invasive procedures sound promising, the truth is that breast augmentation and fat transfer to the breasts are the only ways to increase breast size. Do not be mislead by great marketing and educate yourself as much as possible before making a decision. I hope this has helped.
To my knowledge, the answer is a big NO. There's nothing to give your breast volume or lift, than by having this done surgically.
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Unfortunately, there are no "pumps" that will effectively increase the size of your breasts without some sort of surgery. A tool called BRAVA has been around for several years and is essentially a large vacuum suction cup worn over the breasts to help increase blood flow to the breast but does require fat grafting to enlarge the breasts. It is a cumbersome device that must be worn for 10-12 hours in the day and because of this, compliance is low. Implants are still the standard way of increasing breast size, but obviously require surgery to place them.
Breast enlargement pumps
Many reported only temporary improvement.
Most such pumps now are used in preparation for fat grafting, by increasing the volume of take of the grafted material.
Anyone considering using the pump should consider implants, and fat grafting as well as the BRAVA, and review the pros and cons.
All the best.
BRAVA is a great tool to use with fat grafting!
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