The concept of breast enlargement by ingesting pills is appealing to many women who are hesitant to undergo breast implant surgery. Many women view breast enlargement pills as an easy and inexpensive way of increasing their breast size.
Breast enlargement pills contain phytoestrogens, a naturally occurring non-hormonal plant estrogen that promotes the growth of new breast tissue. These pills, as the manufacturers claim, activate the inactive estrogen sites in the breasts and increase breast size.
The ingredients used in the pills are a combination of ancient herbs that naturally adjust the hormone levels and stimulate breast growth. Most of the pills contain seven ingredients, including fenugreek, don quai, saw palmetto, wild yam, blessed thistle, and damiana. The manufacturers assert that the consumers can see the result often in a couple of weeks and the consumption of pills for 3 - 6 months can lead to an increase in the breast by 1or 2 cup sizes.
Do these pills really work? No, says some of the studies. On the contrary, they could be dangerous. Though manufacturers claim to have conducted research on their products, none of the medical journals have reportedly published their studies. It is understood that the studies, they claim, may have been derived from historical anecdotes or some isolated studies.
The ingredients of breast enlargement pills, as per some studies, supposedly interfere with certain medicines. It is claimed that while fenugreek may interfere with medicines taken for blood clotting, chaste-berry tree may interfere with birth control pills. Don quai, one of the ingredients used in the pills is a known carcinogen.
All breast enlargement pills are not the same, and therefore the results may differ for every individual. These pills are sold as herbal supplements and so the US Food and Drug Administration does not evaluate the product for their safety and effectiveness. Educating oneself about the ingredients found in the pills is of utmost importance. Individuals should also thoroughly go through the independent reviews of the products. Besides, individuals who take medication should equip themselves with the thorough knowledge about the potential negative effects of consuming the pills.
One of the main effects of pregnancy is larger breasts. While some women are thrilled to go up a cup size or two, those of us who already have a large chest may not be so excited. When you are pregnant or nursing, it’s very important to keep your breasts healthy and not put too much pressure on your back. The right bra can help you feel 100% more comfortable.
Finding a comfortable nursing bra should start before your baby is born. Around 30 to 32 weeks, your bra size will be about the same as it will be when you’re nursing. This is a good time to go nursing bra shopping. Another reason to shop for nursing bras while you are pregnant is that you can wear them in the third trimester after you have grown out of your regular bras. You should also be sure to buy one nursing bra that is a cup size larger than you are at 30 weeks, or one that will stretch to fit a larger size. Right after birth, your breasts will be “engorged” with milk. You will need a larger bra during this time.
Buying a nursing bra for large breasts is similar to buying a properly fitted bra when you are not nursing. The best way to find a perfect nursing bra is to get advice from a professional bra fitter. It is better to be fitted by an experienced fitter in a specialty store, not at a chain store. If you don’t have time to go for a fitting or do not live near a quality bra store, here is how you can check to make sure you are wearing the correct size:
Step one: Check your band size. The bra band should make a straight line across your back and feel snug. If the bra band rides up, that means the bra is too loose. While you might thing that a loose bra is more comfortable, that’s actually not true. Women with large breasts need a tight bra band to hold their bust in place. If the bra is too loose, it will pull down on your shoulder straps – ouch! Most women go up one band size or less after having a baby. So, if you were a 36 band before you were pregnant, you would probably be a 36 or 38 band when you are nursing. If your bra band is digging into your sides or leaving marks on your back, you should try a larger size.
Step two: Check your cup size. Try on a bra in your correct band size. If the cup size is correct, the cups of the bra should fit all of your breast tissue. You should never have a bulge at the top or sides of the cup. Wearing the right bra size is extremely important when you are pregnant. If your bra cup is too tight, it will put pressure on your breasts and can interfere with milk production. Keep going up to larger cup sizes until you find a size that can hold all of your bust without “spilling out”. Don’t worry about what letter size you have to wear – it is better to have a G cup bra that fits perfectly than a D cup bra that hurts you.
go up to a higher band size! This will just give you less support.
When you are taking care of a baby, it’s easy to forget about taking care of yourself. One way you can feel great while you’re nursing is to indulge in a pretty and flattering nursing bra. Bra companies today make much prettier nursing bras than they did even just a few years ago. Having a sexy nursing bra in your drawer is a great pick-me-up on bad days.