Is it realistic to expect to be a dd cup on just male to female hormones? ?

I am going on hormones as soon as I get permission from my dr.  want to be a dd chest but want to avoid surgery if possible. I follow someone who said she developed a dd chest with just six months on hormones and no surgery. Is that possible or is she lying.

PS any tips to increase my chest size? I wear a bra constantly and do chest increasing exercises (pushups, etc.) and already have developed a small chest. I read online greens help. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Not possible.

    Surgery is the only way to increase breast size to that extent - keep in mind that if you do go the surgical route, you will want to get in shape first, because that much weight on your chest will cause back problems.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    That's not possible. Person is lying.

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  • reme_1
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    2 months ago

    A double d cup is a real *****. From a woman who was stuck with a large chest it is VERY uncomfortable!!!!! You will not be happy.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    A troll called "Samuel" instead of "Samantha" claims he wants to be a woman with DD breasts...  most women with that breast size want breast REDUCTION surgery... you're obviously a troll

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  • 2 months ago

    The cup size is in no way related to the amount of estrogen used.  Too much estrogen, in fact, is counter-productive to your goal, as it is converted to testosterone.  The eventual size of your breast is directly related to your genetics. 

    Generally, if you are young, you can expect to achieve about 1 cup size less than your mother or sisters.  Rule of thumb, the older you are when you start, the less growth you will experience.

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  • 2 months ago

    I think it's somewhat possible. But that probably depends on many factors, such as how high the dosage is, how long you're on it and how your body works or something. Tips include

    Taking supplements

    Drinking plenty of water

    Eating more than 3 meals a day

    Eating plenty of healthy food

    Doing pull-ups or chin-ups

    Doing dips

    Doing push-ups

    Trying drop sets

    Supersetting 2 or more exercises in order

    Using dumbbells or a cable station to do flyes

    Doing bench presses

    Keeping up moderate cardio

    Rest your muscles effectively

    Checking your weight targets every couple weeks

  • "Is it realistic to expect to be a dd cup on just male to female hormones?"

    Completely unrealistic.

    "I follow someone who said she developed a dd chest with just six months on hormones and no surgery."

    They are probably lying.

    Trans women are lucky if they get a B cup. C cups are very rare and D cups are virtually unheard of. And full development takes a lot longer than 6 months. I would advise you to not worry about this right now. Just get on HRT and enjoy the ride. I say that because 50% of the changes from hormones are mental. How you think, smell, taste and much more will subtly changes. Gove hormones at least 2 years to work before considering any augmentation surgery.

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    Source(s): me-woman who was born transsexual (post-op)
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