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I'm new here and my chest size is causing depression.
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Hi everyone. This is my story about why I'm here.

Growing up I had some insecurities about my breasts but I didn't make a big deal about it since I figured puberty would sort everything out. I am now 22 and I have given up all hope on puberty, much worse my chest size is causing many negative side effects for me. Depression being a main one, even my own boyfriend is completely fed up with how much this depresses me. I don't feel confident anymore and I often hide my figure in baggy clothes or wear oversized bras. 

I get into the shower and cry. I just cry when I think about my breast size in general. 

I have been attempting some NBE techniques recently. I am not able to buy any pills but I have started using the natural help. I have been feeling a small difference, my bras previously quite loose are feeling more filled out and I may move to a different size soon. My breasts are often sore which I may attribute to growth. I know nothing is fast or easy and I am happy to feel changes but it is still depressing to see my small breasts. They are really a cause of mental anguish and depression in  my case.

Looking for some support and encouragement with likeminded women on this forum who understand my struggles.
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There are many success stories here. The most important thing for nbe is to massage your breasts with oil like coconut oil or almond oil. Apply just enough to be absorbed in 5 minutes or so of massaging. Do this twice a day, or better still 3 or 4 times spread out over the day. Best of luck ☺
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#3
Hi sadgirl,

Thanks for sharing your story, I think it’s brave! I’m new here too and I’m just like you. I have depression and anxiety and my small breasts cause chronic insecurities within myself. I have suffered this since my teens and I am now 32. I’ve tried the whole ‘accepting the way I am’ and I have been close to wanting surgery. My younger sister opted for breast implants when she was 23, her body rejected the silicone TWICE then she had a fat transfer that went wrong. After all this, it has left her breasts the same size as they were but so scarred she’s even more Ashamed of them now than before all the surgery   This put me off implants for sure! So now i am taking the nbe route. I have been using the noogleberry for a couple of months now I am hoping for some results Smile!!

Actually, reading what other men and women have gone through on this website has really made me feel like I’m not alone. I’m sure everyone on here will give you lots of support and encouragement! 

So, what nbe are you trying at the moment? Why have you chosen it and how long have you been doing it? 

Love,

Elize
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(23-04-2018, 05:19 PM)SadGirl2 Wrote: Hi everyone. This is my story about why I'm here.

Growing up I had some insecurities about my breasts but I didn't make a big deal about it since I figured puberty would sort everything out. I am now 22 and I have given up all hope on puberty, much worse my chest size is causing many negative side effects for me. Depression being a main one, even my own boyfriend is completely fed up with how much this depresses me. I don't feel confident anymore and I often hide my figure in baggy clothes or wear oversized bras. 

I get into the shower and cry. I just cry when I think about my breast size in general. 

I have been attempting some NBE techniques recently. I am not able to buy any pills but I have started using the natural help. I have been feeling a small difference, my bras previously quite loose are feeling more filled out and I may move to a different size soon. My breasts are often sore which I may attribute to growth. I know nothing is fast or easy and I am happy to feel changes but it is still depressing to see my small breasts. They are really a cause of mental anguish and depression in  my case.

Looking for some support and encouragement with likeminded women on this forum who understand my struggles.


I feel the same, you're not alone! That's why I joined this site because it does help to know there are other people with this problem. I've recently gone down a bra size (and I was small to begin with) - my bras are hanging off me and I don't fill the cups. And as if that's not bad enough my ever present acne as gone from moderate to cystic so I just look in the mirror and cry and don't feel like leaving the house sometimes. One problem is depressing enough and now I have two reasons to feel completely lacking in confidence. I don't feel attractive or like meeting anyone when I'm like this! I'm sure the breast decrease and acne worsening are connected and I'm really depressed as well because I'm trying to work out the reason for it and coming up with nothing. I just want it fixed and it's so frustrating. 
It sounds like you're having some growth from NBE, so try to focus on that and keep going! I'm trying to make plans/programmes for myself and think positively - it's all we can do! If you think your breasts are underdeveloped then book to see a hormone specialist or endocrinologist - the money is worth it if you're this upset.
Don't ever feel alone though! And keep up with your NBE - focus on the fact that you've felt some growth/changes, it's a great sign!
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massage your breasts with oil like coconut oil or almond oil
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Thanks everyone for the understanding posts and tips. This forum makes me feel a bit less lonely in my issue but sadly it doesn't stop the self loathing until I reach my goal.

Today I saw a 12 year old with a more mature body than myself, I'm 22. I feel like that was the ultimate proof puberty failed me.
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(30-04-2018, 02:31 AM)SadGirl2 Wrote: Thanks everyone for the understanding posts and tips. This forum makes me feel a bit less lonely in my issue but sadly it doesn't stop the self loathing until I reach my goal.

Today I saw a 12 year old with a more mature body than myself, I'm 22. I feel like that was the ultimate proof puberty failed me.


I understand how you feel, I've felt it myself recently. Have you had your hormones tested or been to a doctor? I would really recommend it if you haven't, because it could show something and then you'd be closer to finding a solution or the right treatment to help you. 
I ended up going to a private hormone clinic on Wednesday, which was really expensive for me but worth it as I was listened to and they really helped.  You may have PCOS, as that condition often leads to breasts stopping developing in puberty or the growth being stunted due to either a hormonal deficiency of estrogen/progesterone or testosterone/androgen dominance.  This is where my issues lie, although I'm not overweight or hairy, my FSH/LH ratio is reversed and my estrogen is low in relation to my testosterone.  It's really worth checking.  It could give you the answer you've been looking for.
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