I have size 32A breasts I'm a 25.5 yrs old female. I am of slim build (size 10-12). I dont believe my breast contain a lot of breast tissue. If i start taking the pill will this help them grow and if so would I have to stay on the pill to keep the bigger size? Thank You
Is There a Natural Way to Make Breast Grow?
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Will creams/pills increase breast size
Creams and pills will not increase your breast size. I recommend seeing a board certified plastic surgeon to discuss surgical options. Best of luck!
Natural way to make breasts grow
Not many good choices to have larger implants without surgery. You can research and try "BRAVA" suction device, or gain weight (not advised).
Surgery is the most dependable and predictable method using implants or your own fat.
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Natural pills to make breasts grow
The breasts grow with the stimulation from hormones. I would not recommend this hormone supplementation for this purpose
BCP and Breast Growth?
BCP formulations are different, and people's responses to them are different. The pill does not reliably increase breast size, and I would not recommend taking the pill for that sole purpose.
Hormones and Breast Size
Hormones play a role in breast size, although it is hard to predict a consistent cup size. A woman's breasts can fluctuate in size throughout the month and her life. Implants are a way to control your cup size and assure larger breasts. Keep in mind, both implants and the pill come with risks.
Birth control pills can stimulate breast maturity/growth.
Tho only other "natural" way to achieve breast enlargement is to gain weight.
When you gain weight, your body will deposit some fat in the breasts, but no way to determine how much. Not a good recommendation.
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