Does progesterone or conjugated estrogen enhance breasts?

Maybe. Estrogens can quite possibly, but individual results would vary widely. That also isn't a usual medical reason for using those drugs.
No. Most 35 year old women produce sufficient hormone that added estrogen or Progesterone disrupt cycles and do not appreciably change breast size--although some small degree of swelling with estrogen may occur briefly at the start.

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Is it safe to use progesterone and conjugated estrogen to enhance breasts?

Not really, unless. Not unless certain criteria are met, and not wihtout a knowledgable doctor to supervise and rperscribe. Even then, it would be an unusual way to enhance breasts. Read more...

Is it safe for me to use progesterone and conjugated estrogen for breast enhancement?

NO! If you want breast enhancement, see a plastic surgeon. These medications are not fda approved for this indication, nor are they particularly effective for this. Women with normal levels of these hormones will note occasional and mild breast swelling with their menstrual cycle hormonal changes; taking these only reduces the natural levels produced. Also can increase breast cancer risks! just say no. Read more...

Partial hyster. In 2007 for endometreosis. Once a month my breasts swell and hurt, hot at night, insomnia. Do I need estrogen or progesterone?

Progesterone. Swollen breasts are from high estrogen and/or low progesterone. You can use Progesterone starting as soon as your breasts start to swell and take it before bed to help your sleep. If you get an over the counter Progesterone cream, be sure that it doesn't have parabens as a preservative because they have been suspected of increasing the risk of breast cancer. Read more...

Once a month my breasts swell & are tender, after this week they resume normal size and I feel sick. Is this a drop in estrogen or progesterone?

Neither. Most of your symptoms are probably due to Progesterone that is secreted by the ovary after ovulation. This is normal. Feeling sick can be due to a couple of things, and can also be normal. You can check with your doctor about the different ways to treat these problems if they are bothering you a lot. Read more...

If I have too much estrogen, or not enough progesterone, does that make me more susceptible to breast cancer?

Breast cancer risk. Maybe: some breast cancers take up estrogen as a sort of growth hormone to encourage growth, so too much estrogen can speed growth of these cancers. There is a very small increase in breast cancer risk with estrogen only given postmenopausally for the symptoms. Relative increase in Progesterone only is associated with some breast disorders also but cancer risk is unclear. Read more...
High E2/Prog is NG. A high estrogen/progesterone ratio is a contributing factor to many medical and metabolic problems. Breast, ovarian, cervical cancer, pms. High e2/prog ratio will activate your parasympathetic nervous system and cause symptoms from excess vagal stimulation. Have your doctor check your e2 and prog during mid luteal phase of your menstrual cycle (day 18-21). Read more...

What does one do if one has an estrogen and progesterone imbalance. My breasts feel so heavy but I'm not pregnant. My period is due in a few days, ?

Hormone changes. It is common for women to have breast swelling and tenderness or pain it's fibrocystic change and if its a problem discuss it with you gyn or try oil of evening primrose which can help. Read more...
Varies. During the normal menstrual cycle, Progesterone levels vary greatly. Thus, for many women who use Progesterone the dose has to vary depending on estrogen levels and other factors. For adjustments, cream rather than capsules allow for better regulation of dose. Generally start with a low dose such as 1/8 teaspoon of Progesterone cream. And work up slowly. Read more...