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Is having a soft and tiny breast a problem ?

i have tiny and very soft breast is that a problem i look very thin...... and i weight 45kgs... all my friends has good lookin breasts... bt, my breast is so tiny and soft... i need to grow it and i need to make it hard.... but how... can u please help me....
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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You haven't mentioned your age dear. If you want to firm and enlarge your breasts by home remedies you can try these. Rotate your arms after lifting them by the sides for 8 times everyday. Take an ice cube and gently massage over your breasts in a circular fashion going more upwards in strokes. Do this 2-3 times a day for 10 minutes each time. You can apply Olive oil mildly and massage gently yet deep to help toughen the tissue and make then firm. Eat food rich in soya which has phyto-oestrogens which help to increase breast size by healthy hormones. Drink plenty of milk, eat pulses, cereals, chicken, lean meat for proper protein mass. GOOD LUCK !!!!
Answered: Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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