Gynecomastia

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How Long After Male Breast Reduction Surgery Can I Return To My Active Life?

Even with the most rigorous exercise program or active life, genetics can often still create undesired impacts or changes to our appearance. One common condition among even the most active men is the enlargement of the tissue and structure of the breast. This can create a feminine look to a man’s chest and cover any …

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11 things you need to know about enlarged male breasts

Men with enlarged breasts may feel self-conscious and avoid participating in activities that involve taking off their shirt or avoid wearing shirts that are too tight. Gynecomastia surgery corrects enlarged male breasts and can give men back their confidence and improved self-esteem. Read on to learn more about this common condition and treatment. Gynecomastia means …

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Is Gynecomastia Normal?

When you typically think of a male’s chest compared to a female’s chest you’ll think of the obvious difference: one has breasts and the other doesn’t. And although you may think it’s extremely rare to see a male of any age with enlarged breasts or tissue, you may be surprised to learn that in some …

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What’s the Difference Between Breast Cancer and Gynecomastia?

One of the most common misconceptions that patients have about gynecomastia is that it leads to breast cancer. However, it’s good to know that the connection between men who have gynecomastia and men who have breast cancer is virtually non-existent. One of the reasons why people get gynecomastia and male breast cancer confused with each …

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Caveat Emptor!

If you watch any television, I’m sure you’ve seen those car insurance commercials where the inadequately insured speaker argues that he didn’t buy the wrong insurance policy—he had the wrong insurance company. Well, that can apply to many of life’s purchases, including cosmetic surgical services. This was recently the case of a patient in my …

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