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Are there ways to make breast larger for a teenage girl?

small breast at 15?... will it stay that way? help pleasee!!? my friends seems to be really down about her brest size.. i think she told me she was either a A32 or A34... i cant really remember exactly , but its one of those.. anyway she was talking to me the other day, and she told me how she felt, and how sometimes when shes joking around with some of her other friends they joke around about her small breast .. she says she just shrugs it off but when they re gone i can tell it really bothers her.. i wanna know ways that i can help her... are her breast going to be the same size like this forever? shes 15 and have already went through puberty.. and are there ways to make breast larger for a teenage girl? i dont know what to do .. please help! i want my friends confidence back :(
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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um... shes 15. Shes not through puberty. KNow what? screw it. Tell her to eat plent of carb and throw herself in front of a bus.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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