Why are my breasts not growing? (photo)
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Breasts Not Growing
Good Afternoon and thank you for your question, first of all you should know that breast augmentation is an option for you, however I suggest that you see your primary doctor first to rule out another possible reasons for this, maybe it’s only a predisposition to small breast. If you decided to do a Breast Augmentation, you can see this before and after from a real patient and have an idea of the results.
Why are my breasts not growing?
Thanks for your question. There is no specific way for you to make your breasts grow larger. If you gain weight, become pregnant, etc they may become larger. But the simplest and most reliable way to increase your breast size is with augmentation (breast implants). The goal of breast augmentation for most patients is to increase the size of their breasts to be in proportion with the rest of their body. Breast implants can help you feel less self conscious and help with your confidence. I would recommend seeing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon for an in person examination to discuss. Patients are usually very pleased after surgery and enjoy their new implants. Good luck.
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Why Are My Breasts Not Growing?
Thank you for your question and photo. Some women are genetically predisposed to small breasts. If you have overall health concerns, it would be a good idea to meet with your primary care physician for assessment. If you would like to discuss surgical breast augmentation, book a consultation with a board certified Plastic Surgeon to discuss your options.
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Breasts - why have mine not developed?
- I truly understand your frustration -
- You do have breasts but they are small -
- Small breasts can be inherited, can be from being thin, or both.
- The only way to have larger breasts is with breast implant surgery -
- There is no other way to enlarge them that we know of so far.
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