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Switching Programs
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Hey everyone!

Wanted to update here, and post some thoughts on a transition I'm making. I've had some success with MissMadScientist's program, I gained some breast tissue after a month. Went from a 30AA to a small 30A. However, I noticed that whenever I attempt this program, at the beginning i get growing pains from day one of my cycle. And then after a month, I only get growing pains during luteal phase. Because of the first month, I was able to grow consistently, and gain a cupsize - in December 2019.

In January 2020 - February 2020, my growth has stalled, or extremely slow since its only half of the month I'm growing. 

I've decided to explore other programs. I think that since MissMadScientist program wasn't cycling, my body needs a program where I will cycle. Especially since my body is only responding during specific parts of my program. I believe with cycling I can be more attune with my hormones, and get my breasts to be responsive throughout my cycle. Just like everyone else's programs. I'm not very good at explaining my thought process. But I hope if you're reading, you can understand. 


I will be trying out Mayusakimilk's program. I was inspired by Yekaterina's recent 'success' post. I have also read her Introduction to the site, and feel we have similar bodytypes - pearshape, fast metabolism, etc. However I'm starting with an A cup not a B cup. Although some of the products she mentioned are either sold out or no longer available (ie. pueraria 99%, whitex, and bravia cream). After some research I found alternatives, that were also more affordable. I will be ordering them soon, and aiming to start my program at the end of the month when I get my period.

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Follicular Phase:
1 Tablet PM before bed - (PURAFEM Alt.) 
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 
Drink Soy Milk

Period: 
1 Tablet Glamour
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 

Luteal Phase:
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.) 
2 Tablets Puruoi
Vitex Tea

On-Going:
Massage with Olive Oil (since Brava Cream is sold out)
Fat Brushing Technique

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PRODUCTS
 PURAFEM Alt. https://www.purafem.com/product/pueraria...a-capsules
 Whitex Alt. (Placenta Alt.) - https://www.amazon.com/Maruman-Placenta-...e5354760da
Puruoi - https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/bali...-mnn-pb01/
Glamour - https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/bali...r90doukon/

Here's her thread -  Yekaterina - https://www.breastnexus.com/showthread.p...#pid207304



- MariaAM
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Follicular Phase:
1 Tablet PM before bed - (PURAFEM Alt.) - I'm considering doing ELLest Ladies Pueraria - a Japanese Brand from Rakuten Market.
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 
Drink Soy Milk

Period: 
1 Tablet Glamour
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 

Luteal Phase:
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.) 
2 Tablets Puruoi
Vitex Tea



On-Going:
Massage with Olive Oil (since Brava Cream is sold out)
Fat Brushing Technique



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Some other info I gathered from reading up on Ginie's success. I will have to closely monitor my base body temp (BBT) so that I can find out when my body starts ovulating. Once i start ovulating, I stop taking PM - so that it doesn't mess with my period.

I've tried PM once before, however I don't think I took it correctly at all. I didn't know how to cycle, or take it. I think when I get the supplements for this program, I will start on my period with Glamour. Apparently Glamour is a less strong PM mixed with other supplements. And then ease myself into the ELLest PM once my period is over. 

I tried finding info on other Japanese programs, since theres a long history of NBE in Japan too. Most programs include Ladies Pueraria, Whitex, and Glamour. And theres much success there. I figured, it wouldn't hurt to try this program out, and see how my body responds. Hoping for the best! Just also checked ELLest its usually $80, but found it for $37 today!! https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/puer...em/191922/ I think its a sign to purchase haha. I want to stick to japanese products as closely as I can, so I can really mimick those programs.

- MariaAM
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(04-03-2020, 08:05 PM)MariaAM Wrote: Follicular Phase:
1 Tablet PM before bed - (PURAFEM Alt.) - I'm considering doing ELLest Ladies Pueraria - a Japanese Brand from Rakuten Market.
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 
Drink Soy Milk

Period: 
1 Tablet Glamour
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.)
2 Tablets Puruoi 

Luteal Phase:
1 Tablet Whitex (Placenta Alt.) 
2 Tablets Puruoi
Vitex Tea



On-Going:
Massage with Olive Oil (since Brava Cream is sold out)
Fat Brushing Technique



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Some other info I gathered from reading up on Ginie's success. I will have to closely monitor my base body temp (BBT) so that I can find out when my body starts ovulating. Once i start ovulating, I stop taking PM - so that it doesn't mess with my period.

I've tried PM once before, however I don't think I took it correctly at all. I didn't know how to cycle, or take it. I think when I get the supplements for this program, I will start on my period with Glamour. Apparently Glamour is a less strong PM mixed with other supplements. And then ease myself into the ELLest PM once my period is over. 

I tried finding info on other Japanese programs, since theres a long history of NBE in Japan too. Most programs include Ladies Pueraria, Whitex, and Glamour. And theres much success there. I figured, it wouldn't hurt to try this program out, and see how my body responds. Hoping for the best! Just also checked ELLest its usually $80, but found it for $37 today!! https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/puer...em/191922/ I think its a sign to purchase haha. I want to stick to japanese products as closely as I can, so I can really mimick those programs.

- MariaAM


Good luck! I will be changing to a PM program as well. Wishing you the best of luck. Keep us updated.
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