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Differences between natural and synthetic breast enhancement

i went to my doctors to ask if there is anything i can take that has eostrogen in it as i have very small boobs. He suggested the pill. I have heard of hormone replacement therapy and would like to know the differences between natural hormones and synthetic ones, regarding the effects o breast tissue growth. I have a very high metabolism and find it hard to put on weight i am 5 foot 7 and weigh about 8 and a half stone. Would growth hormones help as i have heard these tric your body into thinking you are going through puberty, if so can you take growth hormones at the same time as eostrogen tablets?

Asked On : Wed, 10 Feb 2010
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Hi... Artificial hormones like the ones used in hormone replacement are obtained generally from the serum of mamals such as horse.. they have the same effects on humans, well that is the difference.. Estrogen action is mainly on the ovaries. It also  enhance the actions similar to that which occurs during puberty.. That also includes its action on the breast.. The other medical pills used for breast enhancement are testosterone, growth hormones. Apart from these are natural homeopathic products, exercises, local application creams and so on..Discuss with your doctor to know what would be the best option..

Answered: Wed, 10 Feb 2010
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