Transfemme Male Breast Enlargement
his product can be used for those males looking for breast enlargement only, males looking for Male to Female Feminization and for Transgender Women.
Our Transfemme® male breast enlargement pills contain a natural glandular therapy and are potentized using a proprietary quantum technology, targeting the male body to convert testosterone into estrogen, leaving your body full of excess estrogen.
These high serum levels of natural estrogen in turn trick the brain into thinking that enough testosterone is being produced, further slowing the natural production of testosterone. This happens when estrogen saturates testosterone receptors in the hypothalamus region of your brain. The saturated hypothalamus then stops sending out a hormone to the pituitary gland to stimulate secretion of luteinizing hormone that the gonads require to produce testosterone. High estrogen can thus shut down the normal testicular production of testosterone. Good news for the males seeking natural make breast enlargement or the transgender MTF woman needing to get rid of testosterone.
The estrogen is then taken up by testosterone receptor sites in cells throughout the body. When an estrogen molecule occupies a testosterone receptor site on a cell membrane, it blocks the ability of serum testosterone to induce a male hormonal signal. It does not matter how much serum free testosterone is available if excess estrogen is competing for the same cellular receptor sites.
A further benefit of excess estrogen is that it increases the body’s production of sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG). SHBG binds free testosterone in the blood and makes it unavailable to cell receptor sites.
When estrogen increases the production of SHBG, which binds any existing active free testosterone into an inactive “bound testosterone.” Bound testosterone cannot be picked up by testosterone receptors on cell membranes. For testosterone to produce male sexual characteristics, it must be kept in the “free” form (not bound to SHBG) in the bloodstream. Your new excess estrogen hormone levels compete for testosterone receptor sites in the sex centers of the brain and the genitals.