my height if 5'4. i am 39 kg and 18years old, i have buds in the name of breasts and according to the breast size calculator i am a 28A
Refer a Cream for Breast Enlargement, Which Has No Side Effects and Cause No Problem in Future Breast Feeding?
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Creams and pills
Not many good choices to have larger implants without surgery. You can research and try "BRAVA" suction device, or gain weight (not advised). Hormone pills such as Birth Control Pills in many cases will result in a modest increase but is not predictable.
Surgery is the most dependable and predictable method using implants or your own fat.
Breast creams vs surgery
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There is no such thing
Enlarging breasts with pills or topicals
is not possible as all of the bloggers have said. Should you choose to purchase those products advertised on TV, I hope you will take the time to return the product for a refund assuming their guarantees are not deceiving.
No Cream will make breast get larger
There are no creams, lotions or potions that will make breasts larger. Do not believe any ads you read it simply is not true and would be a complete waste of money.
Breast Enlargement in a Bottle?
Hello and thank you for your question.
There is no cream that has been studied to be safe and approved by the FDA for breast augmentation. There are other options for breast augmentation, including fat grafting.
Pablo Prichard, MD
There is no cream that I know of that can create breast enhancement. The only thing that can augment breasts is implant surgery.
No such magic breast cream exists!
No such "magic cream" exists and despite advertisements in magazines offering such gimmicks you need to research such things carefully. Many specialty stores sell "exotic creams" that contain hormones and are unregulated and dangerous. Be careful out there!
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