She is 28 year old (female) very lean and thing figure have tremendous white discharge before and after mensuration, her breast is vary small which looks very odd when he dressed. Please advise some exercise or home made remedies which can solve his problem.
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Certain exercises like pushups, wall pushups, bench presses, chest presses and chest compressions can help in breast enlargement. These exercises involve the movement of the arms and shoulders, which will tone the skin and muscle tissues in and around the breast area. This in turn will make your breasts firmer and appear larger.
Do these exercises daily for at least 30 minutes. Also do massage which helps in two ways. First, it increases blood circulation, and secondly, it helps stretch out the tissues within the breast to make them appear bigger and firmer. Use natural oils like olive oil or almond oil to massage your breasts.
1. Rub the oil between your palms for two to three minutes to generate heat.
2. Place your hands on your breasts and rub inwards, continuing around your breasts in a circular direction.
3. Do a minimum of 100 to 300 circular rubs in the morning and again before going to bed.
4. Follow this remedy twice daily for one or two months to get positive results.
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There are no home remedies which can increase breast size> only make up items like push up bras or padded bras can give an illusion of larger breasts when dressed up. Creams, medicines, exercises or massages have no beneficial effect on breast size. The only two proven methods of breast enlargement is Brava - fat grafting and breast implants
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