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One of my friend is asking that how can she make her boobs and vagina large in size. Can you suggest me some method.

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TO INCREASE YOUR BOOBS- Gain some weight. That's right. Eat more foods that contain estrogen. Estrogen is a female hormone that is responsible for increasing the size of your breasts, among other things. Eat foods that contain phytoestrogen. Avoid taking estrogen pills or estrogen supplements to increase breast size. Tips to Make Vagina Hole Bigger It is extremely common for a woman to get worried about their vaginal size. Vast number of women think that their vagina is too small, especially a virgin lady. Vagina is elastic. It can expand greatly during child birth or during intercourse. Usually the front size of the vagina is narrow and measures around 1or 1 1/2 inches when the vagina is relaxed and the walls are collapsed to each other. The inner size increases in the diameter as we go deeper. How ever the size of the vagina increases after child birth, and during sex due to the elasticity of the vaginal muscle. You may think that 1 inch or 2 inch is small for insertion of male genital organ, but it can accommodate most of the size of male penis due to the lubrication of the vagina during sex and due the elastic nature of the vagina, it can stretch enormously. In some instances there may be pain while inserting tampons, or during sex. It may be due to dry vagina or vaginismus. If you masturbate hygienically see to it that you get deeper on weekly basis, take care that it doesn’t hurt during self insertions. Try this and hope the results will come for your friends.
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