- Breast Enlargement Pills: What They Do, Do They Work, and Side Effects
- What are breast augmentation pills and how do they work?
- Do they work?
- How quickly do breast enhancement pills work?
- Can I get breast enlargement pills on the NHS?
- Are the results permanent?
- What are they made of?
- How much do they cost?
- Where can I buy breast enlargement pills?
- Are breast enhancement pills better than breast enhancement creams?
- Are they safe?
- What are the possible side effects?
- I can’t bring myself to try breast enlargement pills. What should I do?
- Do vitamins help breast growth?
- Can birth control pills enlarge my breasts?
- Where can I get more information?
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Breast Enlargement Pills: What They Do, Do They Work, and Side Effects
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What are breast augmentation pills and how do they work?
They are herbal pills, often sold by online companies, that contain plant-based chemicals called phytoestrogens.
These chemicals mimic the female sex hormone estrogen, which “tricks” your body into thinking you are pregnant. The idea is that your body will produce more estrogen, as it would during pregnancy, and that your breasts will enlarge (without producing milk, as the manufacturers claim).
Some manufacturers of these products say that by taking them, you can increase the size of your breasts by two to three cup sizes in about three months.
Do they work?
Although there is some research that says that various herbs in breast enhancement pills have an effect on your hormones, the specific effect of phytoestrogens on breast tissue is unclear.
Although there are testimonials from women who claim to have had successful results, there are no clinical trials that prove that herbal remedies increase breast size.
Also, taking these pills could have a negative impact on your health, including an increased risk of breast cancer if you are postmenopausal. The herbs in the pills can also interact with other medications that you may be taking.
How quickly do breast enhancement pills work?
Some manufacturers claim that women who take the pills will see results in as little as two weeks. However, there has never been a clinical trial that proves that these pills work, or how long they take to work.
Can I get breast enlargement pills on the NHS?
No, breast enlargement pills are not available on the NHS. If you want to try these pills, you will have to buy them online, either from manufacturers’ stores or from stores like Amazon.
Are the results permanent?
Manufacturers of breast enlargement pills often claim that the results are 85% or 90% permanent, but there is no clinical data to support this.
What are they made of?
The exact ingredients depend on the manufacturer, but herbs can include anything from wild yam extract to Siberian ginseng root, to cayenne fruit, and guarana seed. These are just examples: the manufacturer must list the ingredients in their entirety on the packaging.
Just because a product is called natural or herbal does not always mean that it is good for you or safe to use.
How much do they cost?
Some pills cost more than 40 pounds for a month. Since many manufacturers recommend taking the pills for six to nine months to see benefits, committing to a course of them could end up being very expensive.
Breast enhancement creams tend to be cheaper, but there is no proof that they work either.
Where can I buy breast enlargement pills?
You can buy breast enhancement pills online, either directly from the manufacturer’s store or through retailers like Amazon. Most pharmacies and health and beauty stores do not sell breast enhancement pills, although some do sell breast enhancement creams.
Are breast enhancement pills better than breast enhancement creams?
Breast augmentation creams and pills have not been proven to work, so it is impossible to tell if one is better than the other. The benefit that creams have over pills is that they are likely to have fewer side effects than pills and tend to be cheaper to buy.
Are they safe?
Although the safety of some of the individual herbs used in breast enhancement pills has been scientifically investigated, the safety of the herbs when combined with others has not been investigated.
.Herbs can interact with each other or with other medications or herbal remedies that you are taking for certain health conditions, with harmful consequences.
Since it is difficult to find out if the dosage and strength of some herbal ingredients are safe, it is generally considered risky to take breast enlargement pills.
It is important to remember that just because a product
What are the possible side effects?
It is difficult to predict what side effects breast enlargement pills might cause. It has been suggested that phytoestrogens could increase the risk of developing some types of breast cancer, and that other ingredients could change the composition of the blood. However, as individual differences and existing medications always play an important role, always speak to your GP for advice.
Possible side effects and contraindications will depend on the ingredients contained in the breast enhancement pills.
Below are some of the herbs commonly found in breast enhancement pills and their possible side effects:
- Chasteberry may interfere with birth control pills or hormone replacement therapy
- Fenugreek can cause diarrhea or worsen asthma symptoms
- Astragalus can cause diarrhea or affect blood sugar levels or blood pressure levels
- Dong quai can slow down blood clotting, so it should not be taken if you have blood disorders or are about to undergo surgery, as it may increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery
If you are thinking of taking some kind of herbal medicine, talk to your GP. It will help you assess the risks and possible side effects.
I can’t bring myself to try breast enlargement pills. What should I do?
You are right to question something that, even though it is labeled “herbal” or “natural,” could affect your health. Do as much reading and research as you can: Cancer Research UK, the NHS, and Harvard Medical School give good advice on breast enhancement pills. It is also a good idea to speak with your GP and ask for his or her opinion on the safety of these pills before purchasing.
Do vitamins help breast growth?
No. Taking vitamins will benefit your overall health, but none have been shown to help breast growth.
Some vitamins, such as vitamin D, can help ensure that your breasts are healthy and reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Can birth control pills enlarge my breasts?
Yes. However, not everyone who takes birth control pills will experience an increase in breast size. For those who do, the increase in size is likely to be very small.
Birth control pills can stimulate breast growth in some women, as many contain estrogen and progestin (the synthetic version of progesterone), the hormones responsible for the development of breast tissue.
If you experience an increase in breast size, it is unlikely that it will last beyond the first few cycles of taking the birth control pills or when you have stopped taking them.
Where can I get more information?
When researching breast enhancement pills, stick to fact and evidence-based websites such as Cancer Research, NHS, and NetDoctor. Avoid public forums where pill makers can pose as satisfied customers. And keep in mind the old saying that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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