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lil_kiwi
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I don't like the size my breasts are at the moment. And I was looking to some alternatives that aren't harmful or injecting something foreign or doing really bizzare stuff to your breast to grow and I found out about the brava bra. Has anyone tried it? Does it work? How much did you grow? Please tell me all the pro's and con's. Thanks
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DarkChild717
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Really, there's nothing out there that's non-invasive that will change the actual size of your breasts.

You can tone the muscles underneath to enhance the appearance of size, but that's about it.

If you are still in puberty, you are still growing, so no worries.

Also, look at the women on both sides of your family for a better indication of your final size, when you do stop growing.


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In my family, the only time I will gain bigger boobs is when I am pregnant and after. And I really don't want that right now, i am only 17
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DarkChild717
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Then my suggestion is to learn to like your body as is. Really, I'm sure it's fine. It's not going to happen overnight, either. I assure you, no one has "perfect" breasts. The thing is, their breasts are just right for them.

Also, being 17, you're not quite out of puberty yet. Your body is still changing, and that's okay.


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daria319
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Don't worry. I noticed that my breast size changed when I gained weight in college. As long as you're healthy(eating right, not overexercising or starving yourself) ,though, breast size shouldn't matter to anyone.
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*cries*


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Aw, it's ok. . .what do you really want larger breasts for anyway? Do you think it will make you a happier person? If I said I wanted to surgically enhance my ears, or my hands or my nose or some other body part because I think it would make me happy. . .well, that wouldn't make a lot of sense to you, would it? Neither does breast enlargement.
If it's because you think men (or women) perfer bigger breasts. . well, frankly, not all of them do. Breasts of any size are beautiful and I really think the best (and much healthier and less expensive) thing to do is to just change your attitude and learn to love your body . . .I know, that's much easier said than done, in fact my parents used to say the same thing to me when I was a kid and I'd hate it because I just didn't know how to "change my attitude," but once I figured out how to do it and thought, "Maybe I'll try thinking about this a different way," and when I was able to do that, I found my whole outlook changing. Anyway, it isn't as easy as I just made it sound, but I wish you the best of luck and hope I helped at least a little bit.

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I'm on the other end of the spectrum (36g)and let me tell you, bigger is definitely not better. Bigger=pain. I have chronic back, shoulder, and neck pain as well as a sizeable pair of dents in my shoulders from bra straps holding too muich weight. I admit this is a little better since I got custom bras (almost worth the insane prices) but it's still rough.

This may or may not help, but I figured I'd throw this in as well: I'm 17, in a highschool loaded with mannerless guys and I STILL rarely get noticed (where as guys are all over my perky 34b friend). It's all in the mannerisms.


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