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Am I too old?
#1
I see some good success stories for younger women. I also read info that says you can grow breasts at any age. But some of the scientific data tells a different story of lowered hormone levels, decreasing mammary gland tissue, etc.

I'm spending a lot of money on this and I am 44 years old. Are there any other women in my age bracket that have experienced success?
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#2
Very interested in replies on this thread, I'm 37 and sometimes have the same concern. 
I've read through a lot of old posts on these forums and some on the Noogleberry site. I recall a few success stories from older members, but many more from younger women than me.
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I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.
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(16-03-2018, 03:11 AM)James98 Wrote: I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.


Thank you. Smile

This really helps. I read her post and I feel motivated
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#5
I saw a post on an old thread from 2012 from someone named Babakins who was 39 at that time. The only problem is that she hasn't posted since 2014.
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#6
I can slot myself In there. I’m not huge by any stretch but I’m certainly bigger than when I started a few years ago and that’s with some huge health challenges inbetween..
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(16-03-2018, 03:11 AM)James98 Wrote: I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.


That’s fascinating James that women’s progress was amazing
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(16-03-2018, 07:28 AM)EllaC Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 03:11 AM)James98 Wrote: I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.


That’s fascinating James that women’s progress was amazing


Thank you for responding Ella

What programs have worked for you?
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(16-03-2018, 05:30 PM)Tinytown Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 07:28 AM)EllaC Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 03:11 AM)James98 Wrote: I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.


That’s fascinating James that women’s progress was amazing


Thank you for responding Ella

What programs have worked for you?

That's tough. At one point herbs did work for me, the generic blends , the fenugreeks, goatsrues etc BUT they majorly messed me up big time. Lowered blood sugar etc etc. Estrogen dominance although not reflected in bloods (which is worse) so I've had to self treat there.
Weight gain at one point but then lost it all due to illness.

Starting again now that I've regained the weight although this time it hasn't gone to breasts I'm tending towards pectoral massages, general massaging to keep circulation going, fat brushing - each time i wear a bra pulling fat from around my armpits into the cups (and i have very little body fat but you'l be suprised how much you can pull in) which ideally will train it to stay there... the fatty acids i find give me a boost. Borage etc. Ive done a "little" noogling here and there but a bit weary of it. I think there is no one size fits all or this would be alot easier. Just trying to address what is going on "under the hood" if you will and trying to balance the body out with diet and supplements (specific to what you need and under guidance).

This is likely no help whatsoever but i think each journey is totally different but acheivable. As i was saying in another thread i found some of my friends in their 20's who were skinnier than me (and im still quite slim) but hit 30's + now have nice breasts and curvier figures and they didn't do NBE. I"ve long given up on trying to acheive a "certain size" cause if you look at my photos me trying to be a 34D would look ridiculous on my frame - so overall getting a bigger size for my frame is what i strive for.
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(16-03-2018, 06:49 PM)EllaC Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 05:30 PM)Tinytown Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 07:28 AM)EllaC Wrote:
(16-03-2018, 03:11 AM)James98 Wrote: I'm trying to remember a name or two, but there have been women, late 50s and I think even 60s who have had great success with massaging with oil and noogling. Ah, found it janonthemtn at noogleberry formum was 63.
https://www.noogleberry.com/forum/index....l#msg51722
There are several others.


That’s fascinating James that women’s progress was amazing


Thank you for responding Ella

What programs have worked for you?

That's tough. At one point herbs did work for me, the generic blends , the fenugreeks, goatsrues etc BUT they majorly messed me up big time. Lowered blood sugar etc etc. Estrogen dominance although not reflected in bloods (which is worse) so I've had to self treat there.
Weight gain at one point but then lost it all due to illness.

Starting again now that I've regained the weight although this time it hasn't gone to breasts I'm tending towards pectoral massages, general massaging to keep circulation going, fat brushing - each time i wear a bra pulling fat from around my armpits into the cups (and i have very little body fat but you'l be suprised how much you can pull in) which ideally will train it to stay there... the fatty acids i find give me a boost. Borage etc. Ive done a "little" noogling here and there but a bit weary of it. I think there is no one size fits all or this would be alot easier. Just trying to address what is going on "under the hood" if you will and trying to balance the body out with diet and supplements (specific to what you need and under guidance).

This is likely no help whatsoever but i think each journey is totally different but acheivable. As i was saying in another thread i found some of my friends in their 20's who were skinnier than me (and im still quite slim) but hit 30's + now have nice breasts and curvier figures and they didn't do NBE. I"ve long given up on trying to acheive a "certain size" cause if you look at my photos me trying to be a 34D would look ridiculous on my frame - so overall getting a bigger size for my frame is what i strive for.


Thank you so much. I feel the same way.

I've never had a petite frame. I've never been stout or fat either. Somewhere in the middle. I've always hated my bust size because it never matched my body. When I went through puberty my hips and thighs curved out so fast I got stretch marks, but all of my life I have maintained an A cup. Even when I weighed 140 pounds.

When I was 25 (before the days of the internet), I spent hundreds of dollars on a breast growth system that obviously failed. I'm very excited to believe I may finally have a more balanced physique.

I'd love to learn more about the fat redistribution. That may help me since I'm so bottom heavy and since I've gained 20 pound since I started NBE over the last 3 months.

Also, I use the Bosom Beauty Boost. I love it!!! It's very comfortable and easy to use. I've attached a link in case you're interested.


gismostore.com/
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