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How can I increase the size of my breast at the age of 20 years ?

hi would u plz tell me that my beast has stop growing from my age of 13 because i pressed ice cubes on it in my age of 13 now their size is like a size of 13 years girl i m now 20 years oldplz kindly tell me the solution what can i do m worried.....!!!
Asked On : Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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Breasts size will not reduce by pressing ice cubes on them . The growth of the breasts depend on the hormonal changes , breasts generally increase in size during puberty and reach a good size after that. frequent handling of breasts, general weight gain, ocp's can all cause increase in size
But if your weight is less or hormonal disturbances, it will fail to grow, in some, familial causes , as in every women in family will have small breasts, such cases we cant do anything
Advise you to go for a check up to a Gynecologist and some hormone tests and could be treated accordingly, else padded bra, breast augmentation surgeries are an option.
Answered: Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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