Do Breast Enlargement Pumps Really Work?

Breast Enlargement Pumps

Breast enlargement pumps first came onto the scene in the 1970s. Back then, they were largely unregulated and didn’t provide users with any guidelines or instructions on how to use them.  As a result, quite a lot of women ended up with damaged breasts because they just weren’t using them right. Fast forward to 2018 and not only are modern-day breast pumps a very huge improvement from their initial beginnings, but they’re now FDA-approved and come with plenty of instructions and guidelines in the form of texts, videos and audio materials.

What is a Breast Enlargement Pump?

Breast enlargement pumps are medical devices that, as the name implies, are used to make women’s breasts larger. They usually have hoses coming out of a cup-shaped contraption, which when placed onto the breast creates suction through the pumping mechanism that helps to amplify breasts over time. Some breast enlargement pumps come with two cups for both breasts, while others only have one, and will either be manually operated; battery operated or will need to be plugged into an electrical outlet.

If you’re currently in the market for a breast pump, then you’ll do well to take certain factors into consideration, like the ease of use and convenience.

How Breast Enlargement Pumps Work?

Breast enlargement pumps gradually increase the size of your breasts by boosting collagen and tissue production in your breast tissue while maintaining your hormone levels on an even keel. Some even say that these devices are capable of increasing the amount of fat found in your breasts, which is a good thing because breasts are primarily made of fats, so the more fat there is, the more plump and attractive your breasts will be.

Also, these devices actually increase blood flow to your breasts, causing the tissue within to expand. You see, the human body is extremely suggestible and malleable, and if you repeatedly manipulate the tissues in any part of your body, you will eventually start seeing results. This is the same principle followed by modern-day waist trainers or the way ancient Chinese bound their feet in order to make them daintier. The point is that whatever you consistently do to augment the human body, it will eventually adapt to your will and you will see the results you desire.

The best thing is that modern-day breast enlargement pumps are much gentler and safer than the ones which were manufactured back in the 1970s. They come with helpful safety precautions to help you use them right so that you don’t get any damage on your breasts. All you have to do is apply the right amount of pressure over a certain amount of time as specified in the instructions, and the pump will work on growing the mammary glands, increase blood flow and produce more collagen in order to develop new breast tissue that will make your breasts bigger.

That said, most breast enlargement pumps require consistency in order for them to work, and you have to be patient because results can only be seen over a long period of time, and even then, only after you’ve used it consistently while following the instructions correctly. Granted, you may start to see results immediately after you’ve used the pump for the first time. But this is only a fleeting effect and your breasts are likely to return to their normal size and shape after a few hours. However, this initial result does give you a taste of what your breasts will look like after using the pump for a prolonged period of time.

In fact, most if not all FDA-approved pumps on the market right now require that you wear them for 12 hours straight each day in order to get plump and larger breasts. However, the good news is that these pumps come with a computer box that controls how much pressure is being applied at any given time, and adjusts it to ensure consistency throughout. This makes it safe and reliable to use in the long term.

If 12 hours sound like a really long time to be wearing this device on your breasts, then you should consider investing in a hand-operated pump. Not only is it more affordable, but it’s also designed to apply more pressure on the breasts than the electric pump, while promoting faster blood circulation, and causing the nipples and breast tissue to grow larger at a much faster rate. The only downside with this type of pump is that it only offers temporary results which can last for about 2 hours, and your breasts may feel tender and sensitive during that time.

To speed up the pumping process, it’s advisable to purchase a breast pump with two cups so that you can pump both your breasts at the same time. Although they’re slightly more affordable, breast enlargement pumps with only one cup will slow you down considerably.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Breast Enlargement Pumps


  • No foreign ingredients introduced into the body: This is perhaps one of the main reasons why some women find breast pumps a great option. Unlike breast augmentation surgery, breast augmentation pumps don’t require surgical treatment or having any foreign objects lodged into your body permanently.
  • Cost-effective: You won’t lose any money by forgetting to pump your breasts, unlike certain supplements or creams that require you to start all over when you forget to use them once.
  • Options: You can choose between an electric and a hand-held pump. While it takes a long time to see results when using an electric breast pump, the effects last for much longer than what you’d get when using a handheld pump.


  • Lack of evidence: Since their return to the market, the newly FDA-approved breast enlargement pumps generally don’t have any research-based evidence to back their claims, but that’s probably because they’re fairly new to the market.
  • Price: FDA-approved breast pumps are usually expensive, and although they’re still cheaper than getting surgery, these devices cost more than other breast enlargement methods like pills and creams.
  • The pump needs to be worn for long periods of time: 12 consecutive hours is a long time to be wearing a device for anyone, and that’s the amount of time that you need to have the pump on every day in order to get the desired results. However, some women have commented that it’s not that uncomfortable to wear because it feels similar to wearing a padded bra, which is not an unusual sensation for most women.
  • Malfunction: Although rare, the machine controlling the pump can malfunction and pump pressure unevenly to your breasts.

Extra Tips

  • As with anything, exercise caution when using your breast enlargement pump. If you see discoloration on any part of your breasts, that could be a sign that the pump is restricting blood flow in your breast tissue, and you should discontinue use for that particular day and try again another time, this time following the proper instructions.
  • Have patience. Breast enlargement pumps work very slowly, so much so that some women might think that they’re not working at all. But the key is to not give up midway because if you stop using the pump after stretching out the tissue for half the recommended time, then you might end up with misshapen breasts.
  • Like with most purchases, you get what you pay for. Cheaper devices might work for some time, but are most likely to break down and even cause damage. Slightly more expensive devices are not only more effective but will generally last longer.
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Rudy Mawer is a certified sports nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). He has a first class bachelor's degree in Exercise, Nutrition and Health and a Master's degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science. Rudy has worked as a sports nutritionist and trainer for 7 years and has helped hundreds of people transform their physiques. He has worked with many professional athletes and teams, including the NBA, professional bodybuilders, world triathlon gold medalists, and Hollywood celebrities. Rudy bridges the gap between science and real-world application. He applies the latest research into his writing and consulting practices.


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