While there are obviously fewer risks than with plastic surgery, you should know about the side effects breast enhancement pills can cause.
The herbs used in natural breast enhancement work on the body much the same way as hormone pills. They cause the same reactions as estrogen. Too much estrogen in the body can cause fibroids and benign tumors to get worse, and can cause growth in other body parts. There is also a risk of the pills altering your menstrual cycle. A few women have reported heavier periods and worsening cramps, bloating, and irritability. If you are taking birth control pills speak with your doctor before risking the side effects of birth control pills.
If you are pregnant, you should probably not ever attempt to take breast enlargement pills. Your boobs will grow with pregnancy and likely stay just a little larger. It's better to not mess with your hormone levels when you're pregnant. After pregnancy, wait until you are done breastfeeding, and then revisit the idea of breast enlargement if you find you still want to.
I agree with you that herbs found in such supplement or enhancement pills may have certain effects. These pills do not undergo the same rigorous studies and clinical trials the standard drugs undergo and this suggests incomplete or undocumented side effects as well as interaction with other medications and chemicals in the body. It is recommended that before taking such pills, it is best to talk to your attending physician first for proper evaluation. Take care and best regards.
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