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    Default Preparation H for puffy nipples???

    I have a minor case of gyno.(I am currently in a battle with the insurance company to pay for it.) I have heard that preparation H might help reduce puffiness. I have also heard that mineral ice works too. Has anyone tried this and was it sucessful???

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    If it is minor, Arimidex can reduce it, and possibly nullify it altogether.

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    Preperation H will only make your nipples hard. Which makes them look less puffy. But then again would you rather smell like preperation h and mineral ice or have puffy nipples?


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    I have heard that Glycerin works wonders. I have been told that is what alot of dancers use to keep perky!

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    I have heard the same thing about glycerine, however I am having a hard time finding some. I have found numerous products that are made with glycerine, I just haven't found one that's pure. Which is why I am looking for something else to try. As far as the arimidex, I got gyno during puberty, so I am pretty sure that it won't work.
    Thanks for the replies

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