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What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

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What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

Post by aliceemmettee on 13th November 2015, 5:49 am

I have very small breast size. I don’t even fill a 32A cup. This really worries me and make me unhappy as I’m not able to wear clothes other people of my age do. Since there is no perfect shape I don’t even wear a bikini. One of my friends asked me to go for a breast augmentation from Dr. Asif Pirani's clinic Toronto. She had already got breast lift from there and it's really successful but I’m scared of going under knife. Has anyone tried breast enhancement pills? Will they show good result? Should I consider breast augmentation surgery? Any advice or suggestions are appreciated.
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Re: What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

Post by MrsF on 13th November 2015, 10:22 am

Hello Alice!

I think that if the pills really worked many would opt for them instead of surgery. The surgery scared me a lot too and this is why I have put it off for so long but now after doing my research I realised its a very straight fwd procedure that can make you a happier person.

If your breasts make you very unhappy and affect your daily life you should book a consultation and speak to someone. Then see how you feel.

But to answer your questions I doubt pills will make a vast difference X
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Re: What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

Post by kay-uk on 13th November 2015, 10:30 am

Don't waste your money on pills. They don't work. The only tablet that can possibly increase breast size is the oral contraceptive pill and this doesn't always happen or stay. 

You could always go and meet a surgeon for an opinion- you're not committed to following through with the surgery, but can be useful information.
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Re: What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

Post by Twinky on 13th November 2015, 10:53 am

Echo what the above ladies have said. Don't waste time or money on pills, if they worked, we wouldn't be here!

Go book a consult, have a chat and see how you feel at the end of it.

Good Luck
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Re: What to consider - augmentation surgery or pills?

Post by Charlii on 13th November 2015, 11:14 am

The ONLY way to increase breast size is implants. No pills sold will do this, and more often than not they are dangerous and illegal. Going under the knife is a huge decision, but it is the only way to bigger boobs. As above, meet with a few surgeons, get a feel for the op and what you can achieve. You are under no obligation, so you can make a fully informed decision


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