• No but food does
  • it does not target your hips but it can make you gain weight
  • Your hips will naturally expand some between ages 19-29. The bones will spread even more during pregnancy in preparation for child birth. Birth control mimics pregnancy, so it's not inconceivable.
  • Mine didn't, though my hips have always been huge. You shouldn't be upset if they do though lot's of men love big hips. There are scientific reasons why too. Primal instinct says big hips are good for childbearing which is subconsciously the goal of all humans. Same thing with big breasts, they are good for nursing and nourishing children therefore attractive in a mate.

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