Natural About Woman's Miracle For over 30 years, Christensen Labs, has promoted healthy lifestyles. The Founder, Randy Christensen, originally researched and developed "Woman's Miracle" as an alternative to his daughter-in-law's desire for Breast Augmentation. She had two small children and wanted her full, youthful breast back.

Randy believed, there was a way to increase breast size naturally, without harsh or dangerous surgeries. He contacted companies that "CLAIMED" increased results; however, he kept coming up with the same issues...there were no studies that actually showed real results.

Randy, then set out to learn more about herbs and the affects they have on our bodies. After much research, trial and error, he finally discovered the formula used in "Woman's Miracle!" He quickly got two volunteers to agree to take his pills for 3 months and let themselves be measured and photographed, before and after. The results amazed both the volunteers and Randy!

Knowing, that having only two women was not enough proof of their effectiveness, Randy asked for more volunteers, and the response was huge. Not only, did the pills increase size, but also volume in women who's breast had "flattened" or hollowed out from child bearing and nursing! Volunteers averaged an increase in size of 22% every 3 months and an astonishing 58% increase in density. That ranges from a 1/2 cup size, and in some women, 2 cup sizes over a few months time. A bold claim, but they are ACTUAL RESULTS. Even more amazing were the side effects women reported! Increase in happiness and a feeling of wellbeing, reduction of headaches, increase in skin tone, reduction of wrinkles, regularity in bowel movements, and some reported ease through their monthly period and/or menopause symptoms. These are just a few of the positive effects, which make "Woman's Miracle" a true miracle.

PIP Breast Implants Bursting

January 17th, 2013 |

The recent scandal of the PIP breast implants has caused many issues for women with the implants, many have tried to have them removed and replaced with some clinics offering the service for free.  However, others are not as lucky and have had to pay for the operation again out of their own pocket. The scandal led to a review, which has finally come to an end and a report has been released. The report has found that the gel will not be a long-term threat to the health of women who have the implants.

The report showed that the implants were not made of toxic or carcinogenic silicone filler.  Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS medical director said the PIP implants would still rupture twice as likely as other implants.

About 47,000 women in the UK have PIP implants with around 95% fitted privately and a small minority on the NHS following cancer for breast reconstruction surgery.

Prof Keogh and his team found there was insufficient evidence to show that the removal of PIP implants was necessary, however they did identify the worry that the problem was causing.

Their research found no link between the implants and cancer and evidence was inclusive of the increase of rupture rates.   The final report has now been published and Prof Keogh says tests in many countries have, “shown that the implants are not toxic and therefore we do not believe they are a threat to the long-term health of women who have PIP implants”.

He noted that the PIP implants were not of the same standards as other breast implants and they were more likely to rupture.  The report said that they would recommend women who have symptoms such as tenderness, soreness or lumpiness to speak to their GP or surgeon.

Women who had their PIP implants on the NHS can still have them removed or replaced free of charge.  The NHS in England and Scotland will also remove private patients implants but not replace them.

It is important to remember to ask questions when having any cosmetic procedure, in addition to breast enlargement, and finding out the risks that may occur.

Breast Implants May Pose Cancer Risk

June 20th, 2011 |

(this is just to inform our costumers, not to generate or promote fear.)

News Report from Jan. 27, 2011

US federal health officials say they are investigating a possible link between breast implants and a very rare form of cancer, raising new questions about the safety of devices which have been scrutinised for decades.

The cancer, known as anaplastic large cell lymphoma, attacks lymph nodes and the skin and has been reported in the scar tissue which grows around an implant.

The Food and Drug Administration is asking doctors to report all cases of the cancer so the agency can better understand the association.

The agency has learned of just 60 cases of the disease worldwide, among the estimated five million to 10 million women with breast implants.

The agency reviewed the scientific literature going back to 1997 along with information provided by international governments and manufacturers.

Most of the cases were reported after patients sought medical care for pain, lumps, swelling and other problems around the surgical site.

“We are very interested in trying to understand more specifically which patients may be at more risk and which breast implants may present a higher risk,” said Dr William Maisel, FDA’s chief scientist for devices.

The agency saw no difference in cancer rates between patients with saline versus silicone implants. There was also no difference between patients who got the implants for cosmetic reasons versus those who underwent reconstructive surgery after breast cancer.

Because the disease is so rare, FDA researchers suggested the issue may never be completely resolved.

“A definitive study would need to collect data on hundreds of thousands of women for more than 10 years. Even then, causality may not be conclusively established,” the agency said.

Still, the FDA said it is working with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons to register patients with the cancer and track them over time.

Breast implants are marketed in the US by Allergan Inc and Johnson & Johnson’s Mentor Corp. Those companies will be required to update the labelling for their products to reflect the cancer reports.

A handful of researchers have published papers on instances of the lymphoma in breast implant patients over the past three years, prompting FDA’s review.

Some research suggests bits of silicone can leak into skin and lymph node cells, triggering the cancer. Even saline implants include trace amounts of silicone to help them maintain shape.

The lymphoma is an aggressive form of cancer though it is often curable, according to experts. Treatments include radiation, chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, if the disease returns.

Reports of the cancer among women with breast implants have been reported anecdotally for years, according to Dr Jasmine Zain, a lymphoma specialist at New York University’s Langone Medical Centre.

“We’ve seen it from time to time over the years but this is the first time the FDA actually looked at all the case reports and made a statement,” Zain said.

The FDA pulled silicone breast implants off the market in 1992, saying manufacturers had not provided medical data showing their safety and effectiveness. At the time, there were worries about a connection to a variety of diseases, including cancer and lupus. Alarming cases of ruptures added to the concern.

But in 2006 the agency returned the implants to the market after most studies failed to find a link between silicone breast implants and disease.

The approval came with conditions, including a requirement that the companies complete 10-year studies on women who have already received the implants to study leaks, as well conduct new decade-long studies of the safety of the devices in 40,000 women.

The FDA said the companies have continued to pursue those studies, though several of them have enrolled less than half of the patients needed to make them statistically useful.

Dr Diana Zuckerman said the studies “will be completely useless unless the FDA can convince the companies to do more to keep women in their studies”. Zuckerman’s group, National Research Centre for Women and Families, opposed the FDA’s decision to re-approve silicone implants.

Wells Fargo analyst Larry Biegelsen, who covers the medical device industry, said the negative media coverage over the issue could hurt implant sales.

“At this point, we do not expect breast implants to be removed from the market, but sales growth could be negatively impacted by the media coverage,” Biegelsen wrote in a note to investors.

My Report

June 20th, 2011 |

I wanted to report my experience with Woman’s Miracle, the Natural Breast Enhancement Supplement. I took the pills for 2 months and then got pregnant.    So, I stopped taking them for now, and plan on resuming after the baby comes and I am finished with breast-feeding.  However, what I experienced in the 2 months that I took Woman’s Miracle, was added energy, fuller lips, clearer skin, an easier and milder monthly cycle, less anxiety (a feeling of calmness), improved moods, and the best part… fuller breast.  In the two months, my breast did not become GIANT, HUGE melons popping out of my chest, but they became fuller and perkier.  The recommended use, suggest 3-6 months and a 1 month maintenance.  I believe my results would have only gotten better had I had the opportunity to take them for a longer period.   Overall, I loved the way I felt and looked as I took Woman’s Miracle, and will definitely begin them again post-pregnancy!
Amy

I’ve Been Taking Woman’s Miracle for 12 Days

April 28th, 2011 |

I wanted to jump on and post a few things about how I am doing and feeling while taking Woman’s Miracle.  I feel so great.  I know that is not why I am taking the supplement, but holy smokes, I feel HAPPY.  I have been singing, smiling, laughing, and am just feeling all around happier, like my old happy self again.  I also feel more energetic and on task.
Now, onto what is happening with my chest.  I am feeling fuller and when I look at my breasts, it appears to me that the lower half of my breasts is becoming fuller and my nipples are slowly “coming to attention” (haha, that’s military for standing taller and firmer).  What I mean, is that they aren’t pointing directly at the ground any more, which is very exciting to me.  I was starting to feel like a saggy grandma.
My breasts are sensitive, like they are having small growing pains, but whatever, I am good with that, as long as they are increasing in size!!  Yeah, Hooray for real results.

Woman’s Miracle Is Having A SALE

April 21st, 2011 |

If you’ve ever wanted fuller, firmer, or even larger breasts, or know someone who does,
Woman’s Miracle is having an Easter Sale-End of April sale.
Save $5.00 on your order +(Plus) receive FREE SHIPPING!
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Day 6

April 20th, 2011 |

This is a small post, but I just wanted to add that I am on day 6 of using Woman’s Miracle Natural Breast Enhancement, and I am filling fuller breasts.  It’s not a huge, or drastic difference yet….but I know that it will come!  If I am experiencing a little fullness now, what will it be like in 3 months time??  I am excited!

First Few Days of Woman’s Miracle

April 18th, 2011 |

Hi ladies, this is Amy here at Woman’s Miracle, and I am on my 4th day of using Woman’s Miracle and wanted to report back.  First off, not much.  But, this isn’t augmentation and I am not going to see results over night.  These types of experiences take some time.  However, I am happy to report…
*I have been peeing a lot, but this could be because I have been drinking a lot of water to swallow the pills.
*I am having great bathroom experiences. (opposite of the before mentioned)
*I feel relaxed and not so on edge with life.
*I haven’t had a headache in 4 days…which I generally experience a few each week.
*AND>>>>>> my breast feel a little fuller.  (Not too exciting…but I can’t wait to see what the next coming weeks bring!)

Using the Miracle Pills

April 15th, 2011 |

Hi, my name is Amy and I am a sales rep here at Woman’s Miracle, and I am often asked the question, “Have You Tried Them Yourself?” Well, guess what???  I am going to use them and report my results for all to view.

Before I get into to much detail, I want to add that tonz of women have used Woman’s Miracle and received amazing results, and those testimonials are all over our website and even this blog.

So, I should give you a little back history on myself, so it is obvious where I am coming from and why I would use them.
I am a pretty healthy, non-smoker, non-tobacco, non-drug user, and I eat my fruits and veggies.  I am 5’9,  165+ lbs, in my early 30’s, and have 3 children.  I breast fed all three of my children until they were one, and experienced extreme deflation and drooping when finished.  Unfortunately, (um…this is embarrassing) but my breasts are still in this state.  Yuck huh!!

Anyways, I have wanted to get breast augmentation so many times.  But there is always something that keeps me from doing it.  First, getting the funds together, has held me back.  Then there have been times when I have had plenty of money to go through with the procedure, but have been afraid of the side effects that augmentation can have.  Also, not wanting to be in pain and/or putting foreign objects into my body.  Being *ALL-NATURAL is also a big issue I have struggled with as well.

So, I am excited, (to say the least) about using Woman’s Miracle, and all the incredible possibilities that come with the supplement.  I can fill up my deflated, droopy breasts.  I can have fuller, firmer, and perkier breasts.  And the cool part is that I will be all natural!!!

Today, I measured myself and started my first dosage of pills.  (I hate to tell the world how small I am, and how droopy I am, but here it is…)  I measure 9 in. from each collar bone to the center of each breast.  I measure 9 in. from the ribs on the outer edge (under my armpit) to the middle sternum, on each side.  Oddly enough, I also measure 9 in. from the center of one breasts to the center of the other breast.

Stay Tuned to see what happens with me and my chest….haha!

Post Nursing Shrinkage Fixed

March 16th, 2011 |

((NEW TESTIMONY FROM A HAPPY CUSTOMER WHO HAS BEEN TAKING WOMAN’S MIRACLE FOR TWO MONTHS))

Just wanted to let you know that things are going good.  When I started I was not even really a size B anymore, with all the post-nursing shrinkage.  Now my B bra is almost full.  We are very excited down here.  Also before I started taking Woman’s Miracle I had severe headaches almost every week! Since starting the pills I maybe get 1 headache a month and it is much less painful.   Thank you Woman’s Miracle!

Thanks so much.
Melinda

Woman’s Miracle is Truly a Miracle

March 3rd, 2011 |

{{THIS CAME IN FROM ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS}}

Woman’s Miracle has made an incredible difference in my life! For several years I suffered with digestion complications as a result of having my Gall Bladder removed. After many different attempts to correct the problem, my surgeon informed me that I was probably one of the rare few who, after having my gall bladder surgery, would probably struggle with stomach pain for the rest of my life.

This news was heartbreaking. I had not been able to keep solid food in my digestive tract, any food I ate produced severe stomach cramps and constant diarrhea. I was a mess, losing weight, strength, feel weak and distressed all the time. I tried everything imaginable to find relief. Doctors had me try powdered mixes designed to add fiber to my digestive tract, these had a small but minimal effect. I was even given anti-depressants in an attempt to slow my digestive rate.

It was at this point in time I was introduced to Woman’s Miracle. Randy Christensen, became aware of my plight and suggested that the herbal ingredients in Woman’s Miracle might help me find relief. Within two days of taking Woman’s Miracle, I began to be able to eat without stomach pain. Several days later my bowel movements returned to their normal function. It has been five months since I first took Woman’s Miracle, and I am back to my normal self and feeling great!

Thanks to Woman’s Miracle, I have my life back!

Lanette O.