35 doctors weighed in:

Pills for breast augmentation work?

35 doctors weighed in
Dr. Francisco Agullo
Surgery - Plastics
17 doctors agree

In brief: No

There are no fda approved pills for breast augmentation.

In brief: No

There are no fda approved pills for breast augmentation.
Dr. Francisco Agullo
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Dr. Darryl Blinski
Dream on! No lotions, potions, or snake oils work. There are NO FDA studies that prove non surgery except the BRAVA might increase breast size.
Dr. Payman Danielpour
Surgery - Plastics
5 doctors agree

In brief: No

Simply put no so don't waste your time or money.

In brief: No

Simply put no so don't waste your time or money.
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Dr. Annette Occhialini
Surgery - Plastics
4 doctors agree

In brief: None

That i know of.

In brief: None

That i know of.
Dr. Annette Occhialini
Dr. Annette Occhialini
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
3 doctors agree

In brief: Hormones?;: +/-

The use of hormones for male to female trangenders is well accepted.
There use in women is considerably more controversial due to the potential risk of promoting breast cancer. In fact hoone blocking drugs are commonly used to treat women with breast cancer to limit growth. Other homeopathic drugs have been used but their effectiveness and safety is not accepted nor verified.

In brief: Hormones?;: +/-

The use of hormones for male to female trangenders is well accepted.
There use in women is considerably more controversial due to the potential risk of promoting breast cancer. In fact hoone blocking drugs are commonly used to treat women with breast cancer to limit growth. Other homeopathic drugs have been used but their effectiveness and safety is not accepted nor verified.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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Dr. Todd Sisto
Breast Surgery
3 doctors agree

In brief: None could be both

Safe and effective.

In brief: None could be both

Safe and effective.
Dr. Todd Sisto
Dr. Todd Sisto
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Dr. Tom Pousti
Surgery - Plastics
2 doctors agree

In brief: No

No safe/effective pills or lotions are available for women interested in increasing breast size.

In brief: No

No safe/effective pills or lotions are available for women interested in increasing breast size.
Dr. Tom Pousti
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Dr. Thomas Fiala
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not yet

There are no FDA-approved medications designed for breast augmentation.
However, there are some medications, like certain birth control pills, that may cause some mild breast size changes as a side effect. These changes usually resolve when the medications are stopped.

In brief: Not yet

There are no FDA-approved medications designed for breast augmentation.
However, there are some medications, like certain birth control pills, that may cause some mild breast size changes as a side effect. These changes usually resolve when the medications are stopped.
Dr. Thomas Fiala
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Dr. John Mancoll
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

Wouldn't it be great if they did! The breast is made up of two main things; breast tissue and fat.
So for a pill to enlarge a breast it would either have to stimulate fat or breast tissue. Neither one can be done safely nor is there such a pill that is specific enough to target only the breast.

In brief: No

Wouldn't it be great if they did! The breast is made up of two main things; breast tissue and fat.
So for a pill to enlarge a breast it would either have to stimulate fat or breast tissue. Neither one can be done safely nor is there such a pill that is specific enough to target only the breast.
Dr. John Mancoll
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Dr. Jeffrey Roth
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No.

To get the results that women ask for, (volume, upper pole fullness, etc), one needs a breast implant, (as of this writing).
There is currently no fda approved pill, or topical treatment.

In brief: No.

To get the results that women ask for, (volume, upper pole fullness, etc), one needs a breast implant, (as of this writing).
There is currently no fda approved pill, or topical treatment.
Dr. Jeffrey Roth
Dr. Jeffrey Roth
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Dr. Eric Chang
Surgery - Plastics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Device called brava

There is a no surgical device called brava that enlarges the breast without surgery.
The device does work, but needs to be worn several hours a day for several weeks to actually work. On top of that, it can be uncomfortable and the effects are only temporary!

In brief: Device called brava

There is a no surgical device called brava that enlarges the breast without surgery.
The device does work, but needs to be worn several hours a day for several weeks to actually work. On top of that, it can be uncomfortable and the effects are only temporary!
Dr. Eric Chang
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Dr. Gary Tuma
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: No oral therapy avai

There are no recognized oral therapies to enlarge the breast currently FDA approved.

In brief: No oral therapy avai

There are no recognized oral therapies to enlarge the breast currently FDA approved.
Dr. Gary Tuma
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Dr. Raymond Jean
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: No

There are no reliable medications for breast enlargement only breast augmentation surgery

In brief: No

There are no reliable medications for breast enlargement only breast augmentation surgery
Dr. Raymond Jean
Dr. Raymond Jean
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Dr. Joseph Mele
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: Still No.

The is still no magic pill that makes breasts grow.
Unfortunately, the dietary supplement market is not well regulated. What is on the label may not be what is in the capsule. When the claims are suspect, the purity of the product should also be suspected. Be careful out there.

In brief: Still No.

The is still no magic pill that makes breasts grow.
Unfortunately, the dietary supplement market is not well regulated. What is on the label may not be what is in the capsule. When the claims are suspect, the purity of the product should also be suspected. Be careful out there.
Dr. Joseph Mele
Dr. Joseph Mele
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