Breast Enhancement Pumps
What are Breast Enhancement Pumps like Brava?
Illustration: Cathy Wilcox
As far as breast enhancement pumps go, it seems like a step up from the $24 air vacuum pumps which are out there and we don't recommend, but it's more like a medieval torture technique. Brava's two semi-rigid plastic domes are affixed to the breasts, and connected to a battery-operated computerized vacuum device. The device is worn for 10 hours a day for 10 weeks - and if the woman misses a day, she must wear it for an additional week.
The device costs $3200 initially plus $495 for an extra set of breast-domes once the patient has outgrown the originals. Women who follow the product instructions can expect an average breast enlargement of roughly one bra cup size. There is no risk of breast cancer, according to initial studies.
There is no information that shows that the device an FDA-approved gadget.
February 18, 2005- Breast Enhancement Pumps
BRAVA breast enhancement
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Check out these testimonials from a European Forum on brava:
Brava system March 17 2005, 6:48 PM
I considered using the brava system,until i found some testimonial's on the net from brava users who have experienced a range of problems like blisters,lesions and scarring.You should research this product some more,before you make a decision.Sue
Respond to this message Pam
Re: Brava system March 20 2005, 6:04 PM
A friend of mine in America told me she's heard of Brava users suffering rashes, blisters, dermatitis, back pain, bad scarring, stretch marks, severe sagging, nipple discoloration, and nipple insensitivity, so I'd proceed with extreme caution if I were you. Also, it's apparently rare to find anyone who has used Brava and has gained a significant lasting size increase.
Respond to this message Eileen
Re: Brava system March 22 2005, 10:28 AM
This all sounds very negative. Let's be balanced about this. There were some women on Richard & Judy who did it and apparently it does work, but you wear these plastic domes 10 hours a day for at least 10 weeks. A bit tedious to put it mildly, but surely better than having an operation because the breasts you get will be all yours with no risky implants.
Respond to this message Alison
Breast pump May 11 2005, 8:53 AM
As a doctor I would urge using any "pump" with caution as incorrect use could damage the breast tissue. In particular I would strongly suggest not using any pump of any kind unless under the strict supervision of a doctor.
Here is a less expensive breast enhancement pump available and you need to wear this breast enhancement pump system 2-4 times a day for 30 minutes a session, for 6-10 weeks. There is a phase 2 where you need to continue to use it 2-4x a week after that then possibly 2-4x a month.
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