How To Transsexuals Grow Breasts Without Getting Implants?


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Alex Wheeler Profile
Alex Wheeler answered
There aren't any natural remedies that help those born with male genitals grow breasts, but there is a way to grow breasts very gradually without going under the knife to receive breast implants through cosmetic surgery.

The hormone that is key to a female body (especially when it comes to breasts and sex hormones) is Ooestrogen. Oestrogens are the primary female sex hormones and many transsexuals are given oestrogen tablets or injections when they are going through the process of going from male to female.

Oestrogen does lots of things to a body, apart from just helping to grow breasts on a transsexual. Oestrogen promotes the formation of secondary sex characteristics, accelerate metabolism, reduce muscle mass to accentuate curves and to reduce the formation and muscle definition, increases fat stores, increases uterine growth, increases lubrication of the vagina and reduces bone resorption.

For a transsexual looking to increase breast growth, going to the doctor and speaking to him or her about an oestrogen supplement is a very good idea, as it also promotes other female characteristics. Although, it must be noted that taking oestrogen supplements for breast growth is not the way to go for a 'quick fix'. Growing breasts from an oestrogen supplement takes quite a while and is a slow process, and growth will be noticed very very gradually.

If you are looking to have breasts quickly, then again, it may be worth talking to your doctor or consultant. They may be able to recommend an increased dose of oestrogen and will be able to talk you through options, especially the cosmetic surgery option which may be more risky, but is quickly completed.

Decisions like these should be talked over with a professional, as decisions like these should not be made rashly.
Brett Blatchley Profile
Brett Blatchley answered
I too am transsexual:

Estrogen and Progestin are both important hormones for the development of breasts (in both genetic women and transwomen). Estrogen will make them grow, especially with respect to their size, but progestin is also needed to promote femininely-shaped breasts, as it promotes the development of the milk ducts and related tissue. Perform a search on "Tanner Scale Breasts" for a discussion of this and the stages of breast development. Generally transwomen can expect their breasts to grow (over a number of years) to be a cup-size smaller than their genetic mother or sister. Also, most transwomen only reach Tanner Stage III in their breast development, whilst most genetic females can expect to reach Stage V. The earlier a transwomen starts her transition, the more breast development she can expect.
John Nawrocki Profile
John Nawrocki answered
Estrogen. When estrogen levels get too high, male breasts can begin to grow. Some tissue is more sensitive to estrogen than others.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Well I'm a transexual, and the only way possible is to have a hormone replacement theropy, meaning, you will have to take a testostorone blocker, to stop male hormones, and take estogen, to produce female hormones, what that does is take you through a female puberty meaning they will be sore and all that
Lee Jay Profile
Lee Jay answered
Of course there are a number of things advertised that claim they will make breasts grow, be it with women or those of us who are transgendered.  Most are gimmicks ... But I found that female hormones are the only sure way.  Though being transgendered a male hormone supressent also helps, since all of us a balance and anything that will tilt that balance to the female side will result in developing more female characteristics, including breasts.
toronto 416 Profile
toronto 416 answered
Ok! So why can't women use the same treatments to increase their breast size instead of using implants?
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John Nawrocki
John Nawrocki commented
Estrogen and progestin, the hormones found in birth control pills, often lead to an increase in breast size that generally reverses after a few cycles or when the woman goes off the pill. One reason the breasts become larger and feel engorged is because the hormones in the pill cause edema, or fluid retention.

The estrogen and progesterone in birth control pills can also lead to breast tissue growth, in which case the change in breast size tends to be more constant.

That said:

Hormonal factors are very important in the development of breast cancer. The amount and duration of estrogen exposure seems to be the key issue. The younger a woman is when she has her first period, and the older she is when she stops having periods, the more likely she is to develop breast cancer.
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Kyoko Katayama answered
They receive female hormones from their doctor.
Susan Arant Profile
Susan Arant answered
Hormone inplants. People can get hormone treatments to bring out their bodies.
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toronto 416 commented
Ok! So why can't women use the same treatments to increase thier breat size instead of using implants?

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