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Can massage or diet increase breast cup size ?

what are REAL ways to make your breasts grow about 2 or more cup sizes without surgery or cream or pills or any secret recipies or books I REALLY want my beasts to grow. im 19 in an A Cup still. its annoying that whenever i do some looking to find a way to enlarge them, they suggest surgery or pills or cream. i need an exercise or massage or types of foods i should eat type of suggestion.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Dec 2010
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The breast is made up of mammary glands and fat tissue;so the more fat deposit at the area the bigger the breast will be.The size is determined naturally and there is no method which can increase the size of breast naturally so you will have to be satisfied with what you have or wait till there is natural deposition of fat around your breast.This is the reason you get opinions like surgery which does increase the size but the increase due to the hormonal pills is temporary and it reverts back to normal after you stop the pills.
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