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Do "breast actives" lift bust and make them more perky or bigger? How?

Do "breast actives" lift bust and make them more perky or bigger? How?

Seems unlikely: Those kinds of remedies rarely if ever work. Such remedies are almost always gimmicks, and none are fda approved. The same can be said for penis enlargements, hair growth, etc. ...Read more

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Would breast active lotion or pills work to get bigger breast? Or bust boomb lotion? I would like to have bigger breast

Would breast active lotion or pills work to get bigger breast?  Or bust boomb lotion? I would like to have bigger breast

Try at your own risk: Those are not medically proven. There's no telling what the active ingredients are. If you do so, just be aware that you are at risk of losing your money or having possible undesirable effects. ...Read more

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Is it okay to use breast enhancement pills for 17 year old like me like the breast actives brand? Thanks! Im flat chested

Is it okay to use breast enhancement pills for 17 year old like me like the breast actives brand? Thanks! Im flat chested

Waste of money/time: You will get the same effect if you howl at the moon at night. No kidding. Some OTC products contain hormones that can cause transient changes in you breast, but they will disappear over time. You will have whatever your genetic makeup gives you unless you have surgery to enhance them. ...Read more

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Can pills make breast bigger, not birth control pills... Example like breast actives, triactol, or purafem, help please?

Can pills make breast bigger, not birth control pills... Example like breast actives, triactol, or purafem, help please?

No: Normal girls and normal women do not get bigger breasts by taking pills. Breasts grow as young women get older, and as they gain weight. Breasts are temporarily bigger during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Of course, a woman's breasts can grow while using pills, but that's just a coincidence. ...Read more

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Do the breast enhancement pills "breast actives" cause breast cancer or uterus cancer?

Do the breast enhancement pills "breast actives" cause breast cancer or uterus cancer?

Unknown: Breast enhancement pills are not regulated and therefore may have various unknown substances in them. Some of those substances, especially if they include estrogen, may increase risk of cancers. ...Read more

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17 days late period, clear brownish discharge some flakes. No cramps. Sore breasts. Sexually active ?

17 days late period, clear brownish discharge some flakes. No cramps. Sore breasts. Sexually active ?

Do a pregnancy test: The 1st,2nd and 3rd reason would be the most likely , if you are sexually active and normally have regular cycles. ...Read more

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Very light period (brown spotting), no cramps but strong hormones, massive headache and very tender breasts. Not sexually active. Is something wrong?

Very light period (brown spotting), no cramps but strong hormones, massive headache and very tender breasts. Not sexually active. Is something wrong?

Something wrong: There are two things you should consider. 1: Please see a Gynecologist to evaluate medical conditions 2: Please have your Gynecologist also refer you to a Psychologist who will help you with headaches, concerns, and other potential issues. Sounds awful but well worthwhile for a woman your age. Please let me know how things go. ...Read more

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17 days late period. Neg hpt. Light brown clear discharge. Sexually active sore breasts ?

17 days late period. Neg hpt. Light brown clear discharge. Sexually active sore breasts ?

Time and technique: If you did the test correctly and it was negative at 17 days after a missed period, you are very unlikely to be pregnant. Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD. Consult this site for more information on this topic. http://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes.aspx Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more