Does breast enhancement creams really work and pills

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Breast creams vs surgery

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Thank you for your question. It may difficult to increase the breast size with home therapy and creams. You may want to consider a consultation with a plastic surgeon to discuss breast augmentation options.

Surgery only effective option

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There is no cream or pill that will enhance the size of your breasts, only breast augmentation will get this done. Be sure to speak with a board certified plastic surgeon.

Dangerous with no chance of success

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Breast enhancement creams and pills do not work.  They do contain multiple substances which are not well studied and are not controlled in any way.  They can be dangerous with no chance of success.

Creams & pills

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Thanks for your question.  I think you will find that these creams and pills are a disappointment.  There is no miracle lotion or medication that will enhance the breasts.

No magic pill to enlarge breasts?

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Other than the birth control pill which can increase breast size as a result of impacting hormones, there is no magic cream or potion that will enlarge your breasts.  The two best ways to augment your breasts are with an implant or with fat grafting. Fat grafting involves removing fat from an area that you don't want it and placing it into the breast.  It is very natural looking, has virtually no scars, and treats two problems at the same time.  It requires meticulous technique and many surgeons do not do this.  It can provide an excellent result...although not quite a magic pill.

Dr Rodger Shortt
Plastic Surgeon
Director of Cosmetic Surgery Training,
McMaster University

Do Breast enhancement pills really work?

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If they did, would I still be in business?  The answer is no, so please don't waste your time and money ordering this from the commercials on TV or the Radio.  Unfortunately, the current standard for breast enhancement options are only implants. Some surgeons also offer fat grafting to the breasts using your own fat and no implants. The results are less predictable than implants and the cost is much higher. Sorry, but hope that helps. 

Erez Sternberg, MD
Jacksonville Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 33 reviews

Breast enhancement creams and pills

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Unfortunately, I  know of no breast enhancement pills or creams that do anything but take your money for nothing.

Breast enhancement creams and pills

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They don't work! They aren't regulated by the FDA and can make absurd claims. Please save your money!

Breast enhancement creams or pills.. Do not work

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Hi, Thank you for your question, the right answer is NO THEY DO NOT WORK.. the only way to enhancement breast is with a BA procedure. Do not be drinking those comertial stuff.

Luis A. Mejia, MD
Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
4.7 out of 5 stars 79 reviews

Breast enhancement with pills or creams

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  Marketing can sometimes be very inaccurate or deceptive.  There are no pills or  products that will make the breasts larger.  Breast enhancement with augmentation is a very good method of achieving the goal of enhancement.  The procedure takes about an hour and the vast majority of patients will leave the implants in for life.  This statement tells you of the effectiveness of the procedure in achieving confidence in an area that might be less than what a patient desires.

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