Womans boobs grow from a size B to DDs in months thanks to contraceptive pill

A woman’s boobs grew from a size B to a large DD cup in the space of two months – and no surgery was involved.

Darcie, 20, has claimed that her busty chest is thanks to none other than the contraceptive pill.

The stunning blonde first sported a smaller B cup but since taking the combined pill, Darcie noticed a difference.

In the space of a couple of months, Darcie quickly found that her boobs started to get bigger.

Taking to TikTok to share her busty transformation, Darcie captioned the post: “A good thing at least.”

At first, Darcie shared a snap of herself in a blue halter neck bikini top as she flaunted a smaller chest.

However, in the space of 2-3 months the blonde bombshell’s chest looks a lot different.

Donning a fitting black latex dress and bunny ears, Darcie flaunted her size DD breasts which has now filled out her cleavage.

She also shared a snap of herself in a racy brown leather corset, accentuating the size of her chest.

Darcie then shared a video of an opened packet of the combined pill Gedarel and blamed her boob growth on “this monster”, referring to the birth control method.

Many people have been left in awe at Darcie's claim, as her video has now been viewed 2.2 million times.

One person commented: "This is not fair I'm still barely an A cup and I've been on the pill for 2 years."

Another user added: "I stopped taking mine and dropped down two cup sizes. I'm back on it now purely bcuz (because) of that reason."

Someone else chuckled: "That's it, I'm going on the pill."

But is there any truth to Darcie's claim?

Women's health app Flo wrote on its website: "The combined birth control pill is a chemical compound of oestrogen and progestin – two reproductive hormones that contribute to shaping the hips and chest by changing the way fat is distributed throughout the body."

"So, do birth control pills make your breasts bigger? There is some evidence to support that this might be true."

If you're thinking about taking birth control pills, it's best to speak to a professional or your local GP to see which brand is right for you.

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