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Which breast or thigh reduction products if any are most effective and are there any age restrictions for taking them?

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2006-02-25 05:58:56
2006-02-25 05:58:56

Unless your doctor reccomends them (and I know of none who do) they ARE NOT EFFECTIVE OR SAFE. Do not take them. They are at best a rip-off and at worst a killing machine. No matter what age you are, these pills should NEVER be taken. Try Breast Sucess, There known for their 100% Sucess, they do have after and before pics too, so u can see the results other has had, and its 100% natural, and u get a guranteed money back, so its worth a try. Go for it, not far as i known anybodying dying from breast pills. so its not dangerous. first i would like to comment on the first two answers. the first, NEVER should NOT be used. to be honest, there are certain pills/cream/enhancements (for breasts anyway) that WILL work on CERTAIN women. some will not produce ANY results for one woman and the same product will be a miracle to the other. i do not know about safety and side effects, but i know some actually work. (BUT KNOW THAT SOME MAY NOT BE SAFE AT ALL!!!)it might not work for you but different women react to different products differently. just like some people are allergic to some foods while others arent. the cause as far as i know is unknown. to the second, before and after pics for ANY type of product may not be as they seem. some products claim to have better results than others. many of their before/after pics are coming from biased people and are not reliable. you cannot believe what you see or hear from people you dont know. REMEMBER: THE COMPANIES THAT MAKE THE PRODUCTS ARE ONLY IN IT FOR YOU MONEY, NOT FOR YOUR RESULTS! heres an example of unreliable before/after pics; weight loss pills: there has been cases reported for many products that the models used for before/after are people being paid to gain and then lose the weight either using the actual pill AND EXERCISE ON THE SIDE, or completely thru exercise. the companies literally seek people who are naturally thin to model before/after pics because naturally thin people lose weight fast than naturally thicker people. the company will take their before pic, then pay them to gain weight (usually on their own), then they come back sometime later and get their picture taken with the added weight. this is just simply put in a short summary, there is more that goes into those before/after pics than the public actually sees. and so to conclude with the answer to your question! some pills WILL work for SOME people and not work AT ALL for others. this is not for some random person online to say which will work and which wont. just do some research on all the people that a certain pill has worked on and see what they all have in common in heredity and hormones and so on. then see if you have the same. see how you would react to the ingredients in each pill and how each one works because not all products enhance the same way. it probably will be extremely hard and take up some time to get the right product/procedure to work but there is hope that a pill MIGHT work (might as in maybe none will for you). usually there is an age requirement for enhancement products but a lot of people do not follow the requirements because many are teens seeking fast results. this is actually more dangerous than it seems. but all i know for this is that it is best for you to reach your maximum growth. as in you know FOR SURE that everything (not just your body part you are trying to enhance)has been completed in growth. best to check in with your doctor before even deciding on whether to use these products. ok that was long but i hope it helps! :)

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