Do breast growth pills like revitabust (that contain no estrogen) interfere with depo provera birth control?

I’m interested in both revitabust breast enlargement pills and the depo provera birth control shot. But if I take both of them at the same time, could they cause health problems or interfere with each other? Note that revitabust does NOT contain estrogen nor does depo provera.
Thanks!

Answer:

I do not believe that the Revitabust will interfere with the effectiveness of the depo shots, and I also do not believe it will cause any health issue.

I will tell you, however, that in my professional opinion – Revitabust and products of a similar ilk are CATEGORICALLY AND TOTALLY A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY.

John Jones, MD

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3 Responses to Do breast growth pills like revitabust (that contain no estrogen) interfere with depo provera birth control?

  1. izzy says:

    It contains …
    RevitaBust pills use ingredients like fennel seed, fenugreek seed extract, and Pueraria mirifica in order to help the tissue grow.
    The compounds that make Pueraria mirifica so special and different from other phytoestrogen plants are Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol. These two compositions posses highest estrogenic activity among the known phytoestrogens.

    Plant-derived estrogens (phytoestrogens) — Plant-derived estrogens have been marketed as a “natural” or “safer” alternative to hormones for women with menopausal symptoms. However, there is no evidence that phytoestrogens are safe or effective.

    I have picked this up online, you would do better to check with the doctor giving you the depo provera shots.

  2. John Jones, the Florida Gyn says:

    I do not believe that the Revitabust will interfere with the effectiveness of the depo shots, and I also do not believe it will cause any health issue.

    I will tell you, however, that in my professional opinion – Revitabust and products of a similar ilk are CATEGORICALLY AND TOTALLY A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY.

    John Jones, MD

  3. Terri says:

    No, however I’d rethink depo provera as a contraceptive. most women on it have very serious health and fertility issues because of it. http://www.rateitall.com check out the reviews.

    Plus pills to make breasts bigger are just scams out to get your money.