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What is a good, safe exercise to enhance breasts?

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Dr. Daniel Careaga
Plastic Surgery 18 years experience
No: Unfortunately there is no exercise, food or medication, either prescribed or natural that can increase your breast size safely. They will likely increase with pregnancy and breastfeeding, but surgical breast augmentation is the only safe way to enhance your breast volume.
Dr. Christopher Khorsandi
Plastic Surgery 22 years experience
No: The only known way to safely augment the size of your breasts is through breast augmentation surgery. While bench presses and push-ups may help to increase the size of your pectoralis muscle, this does not typically make your breasts any bigger.
Dr. Ayo Adu
Dr. Ayo Aduanswered
Sports Medicine 14 years experience
Bench press: The pectoralis muscles lie underneath the breasts. Bench press, dumbbell press and chest flyes are good exercises for its development.

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