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how to get a bigger, buttock, larger breast and curvier hips? with a vitamins or herbal supplements?

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Dr. James Zasuly
27 years experience Plastic Surgery
Surgery: Herbal supplements only help those who are selling them. Surgery is the best option for the breasts, although weight training can enhance breasts, butt, and thighs.
Answered on Jul 7, 2016
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Dr. Bryan Levey
26 years experience Pediatrics
Neither: Your general shape, which includes all that you've mentioned, is largely determined by genetics. If you are genetically small breasted, supplements won't make them bigger. But you can very much improve the shape of your buttocks and the lift of your breasts with good, regular exercise that involves both cardio and resistance training. You can look fantastic without being large breasted.
Answered on Nov 22, 2015
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Dr. Frederick Coville
38 years experience Plastic Surgery
Many factors: Although a healthy diet, and some basic nutritional supplements, along with a good exercise regimen, will help you live longer, be healthier and give you a wonderful shape, you most likely will lose both buttock size and breast size with that regimen. Both buttocks and breasts are mainly made up of fat. If want bigger, then plastic surgical options should be considered, such as fat transfer.
Answered on Mar 8, 2014
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Consult with a: plastic surgeon or learn to love yourself as you are.

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