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breast growth without affecting fat?
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hi, I'm a thinner guy who has been trying to make his body more feminine and also grow breasts and read a lot of advice here. I've gotten good results out of pm but since I've been thinner I've been trying to gain some weight to also make a more shapely body with the pm. However i've noticed that while on the pm, I can't gain any weight and it equalizes out and I don't lose or gain any. I think its the progesterone in the Pm. Is there anything or any way to still get the effects of pm with it or something like it without sacrificing weight gain?
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(20-10-2018, 12:34 AM)hallace Wrote: hi, I'm a thinner guy who has been trying to make his body more feminine and also grow breasts and read a lot of advice here. I've gotten good results out of pm but since I've been thinner I've been trying to gain some weight to also make a more shapely body with the pm. However i've noticed that while on the pm, I can't gain any weight and it equalizes out and I don't lose or gain any. I think its the progesterone in the Pm. Is there anything or any way to still get the effects of pm with it or something like it without sacrificing weight gain?


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Have you research bovine glandular supplement from Swanson , we as males would need to persue a program that lowers the T , even maybe look into a "Spiro" blocker tha tell your receptors that you don't need To ( I am researching this currently ,as for a diet program like above that would be great as a maintenance after you have been able to find a process that's right for you to rerogram what your distribution would require in a femme state
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