Names of tablet for increase to boobs?

I am 19 year old i want to increas boobs size

Doctor Answers 5

Names of tablet for increase to boobs?

There is no safe/effective medication, cream, herbs, or nonsurgical method to significantly increase breast size. Be careful about believing heavily marketed “miracles" that you will undoubtedly read/hear about. Best wishes.

San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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Tablet to increase breast size

As of this writing there is no FDA approved cream or pill to enlarge the breast. Breast implants are well studied, FDA approved, and have a long track record. Best to see a board certified plastic surgeon for answers to your individual questions. 

Jeffrey J. Roth, MD, FACS
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
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Pills to increase breast size

I am unaware of any FDA approve medication which will increase breast size. Best of luck and definitely be careful!

"Boob tablets" do not work!

Except for the seller. Honest!

You should see one or more ABPS-certified plastic surgeons for consultation regarding breast implants. Even at 19, you can have silicone gel implants (they would be used "off-label" but are perfectly legal), and they will last a lifetime in most cases. And no, you do not "need" MRI scans every 2-3 years.

For more, information, please click on the web reference link below. Best wishes! Dr. Tholen

Richard H. Tholen, MD, FACS
Minneapolis Plastic Surgeon
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Breast Augmentation Only Way To Dramatically Enhance Breasts

The only way to enhance the size of your breasts safely and effectively with predictable results is breast augmentation. You may experience a very minor increase in size with creams and pills, but nothing that will be as noticeable. In addition, only breast augmentation is FDA approved to enhance the size of your breasts.  

Jerome Edelstein, MD
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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