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I have very small breast and want to get rid of it. I feel very bad when I go without shirt.Please suggest me how can I get rid from that.
I'm 22 male. I have gynecomastia for the past 8 years. It started during puberty. And since then it had grown very slowly. But now it has become cumbersome for me and I want to undergo surgery to remove it. But my concern is that is it caused due to hormonal imbalance or maybe there is some underlying health problem?
Dear sir, suffering from male biggest chest. Is there any treatment in ayurvedic. Right chest pain and both chest big. Can be permanent treatment to this.
Most men, about 60%, see some development of breast tissue in their lifetime. This growth could be round, symmetrical and occurs bilaterally. This growth of breast tissue in males is medically known as gynecomastia.
- The most common cause is an imbalance between the oestrogen and androgens, with excessive oestrogens leading to the growth of breast tissue.
- Excessive use of anabolic steroids
- Unknown reasons
It can affect men of all ages, and if this presents as a serious problem, then surgery is the most definitive form of treatment.
Surgical options: There are two major options available for correcting gynecomastia – liposuction and excisive surgery.
- Done either under local sedation or under general anaesthesia depending on the extent of the tissue proliferation
- A small incision is made either in the armpit or around the areola
- Excessive fat tissue and breast gland tissue are suctioned out
- The chest contour also is altered at the same time, if desirable
- Post-surgery, the person is made to wear a compression garment for the first few days
- This helps in keeping the tissue in place and also helps reduce swelling
- Healing takes about a couple of weeks’ time, depending on the person’s overall health status and the extent of surgery.
- This is done when the extent of gynecomastia is more severe
- These people would have sagging, stretched skin around the breast area
- More amount of fat and glandular tissue can be removed through excision
- This is more often done under general anaesthesia
- The incision is often done around the areala (dark portion around the nipple) so it is concealed or along the natural creases which are formed due to excessive breast tissue
- Excessive breast tissue is removed and the incisions are closed
- There could be swelling, pain, bruising, and higher chances of post-surgical infections
- Recovery will take about ten days to two weeks
- Refraining from exercise is often advised for up to 2 weeks
- Restore a masculine appearance
- Shorter surgery
- Faster recovery
- Minimal or invisible scars
- Almost immediate results that can be dramatic
- Improved confidence and self-image
After the surgery:
- Surgery is definitely a sure way to remove the male breast tissue, it is almost a permanent treatment for this condition.
- It is very important to get a trained, experienced surgeon for the procedure
- It is important to follow post-op instructions including pain management, infection control, and recovery
- If it was caused by use of steroids or obesity, lifestyle modification is essential to prevent recurrence
I'm 22 year old male and I have pubertal gynecomastia. Is there any way I can get rid of that without any surgeries? Are there any medicines available to cure that? If so, then please suggest me some. Thank you.
Dear sir, I am suffering from gynecomastia from last 15. Years from 13 years of age. I want to get rid of this permanently. Please suggest me what should I do and how much total cost for gynecomastia surgery?
I'm not sure as to whether I have gynecomastia or not. I'm looking for an appointment with an experienced personal.
Hi I'm male 25. I have male breast. My left breast is swallowed. It's in very bad shape. I think its called gynecomastia. Any endocrinologist, who can suggest what could been done in such cases.
My breast size is increase abnormally It is so weird in looking. So please give permanent solution of gynecomastia.
An Overview of Gynecomastia
According To Dr Vinod Raina About Gynecomastia is a medical condition characterized by the overdevelopment of the breasts in males. This medical anomaly is due to either too much estrogen, which is a female hormone, or too little amount of testosterone, a male hormone. Either of the two scenarios above can stimulate the breasts' glandular tissues to develop a swelling which manifest as a breast bud or enlarged breast. Babies, teenagers, and older men can all have gynecomastia.
Gynecomastia in Newborns
Baby boys can develop gynecomastia because of estrogen from the mother. In fact, breast buds is a common phenomenon among infant males, although it should gradually and by the time a baby is 6 months old, it should also disappear altogether. In some cases, however, it could stay for a much longer period of time.
Gynecomastia in Pre-Teens and Teenagers
Pre-teen boys may suffer from gynecomastia because of estrogen-producing tumors. In addition, breast buds are normally common by the time a boy reaches the age of puberty. The longest time such breast buds can last is up to two years, but in some instances, it may disappear within the first year.
On the other hand, hormonal changes during puberty may cause gynecomastia in teenage boys. Early puberty to middle puberty is usually the period when gynecomastia occurs in teenage boys. However, it can disappear within 6 months to 2 years.
Gynecomastia in Adult Males
According To Dr Vinod Raina About Gynecomastia in adult males is usually the result of other existing conditions or diseases such as cirrhosis of the liver, lung cancer, and overactive thyroid. Hormonal problems such as cancer of the adrenal glands, pituitary glands, or testicles can also be a determining factor. Use of certain substances such as alcohol, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine can also catalyze the development of gynecomastia.
In general, it is currently accepted among medical professionals that the following drugs can cause gynecomastia;
a. Antiandrogen drugs
b. Antianxiety and antidepressant drugs
c. Chemotherapy drugs such as alkylating agents and anticancer drugs
d. Digitalis and heart medicines
e. Medicines for epilepsy
f. Medicines for ulcers
Symptoms of Gynecomastia
Apart from enlarged breasts, males with gynecomastia have firm and rubbery breasts. A breast bud may appear on both sides, with size like a nickel or quarter. In teenage boys, breast buds are actually common and can last up to two years, after which it gradually disappears.
The most common methodology for diagnosis of gynecomastia is through careful analysis of medical history as well as physical examination. Although tests may not be required to arrive at a definitive conclusion, it may be done when breast lumps are unusually hard and fixed, large, one-sided, and tender. In this case, a biopsy may be required to determine the root cause of the problem as well as to rule out any other problem.
Gynecomastia in babies and teens usually does not require medical treatment. This is because the condition disappears over time. On the other hand, if the condition is caused by a medicine used for treating other conditions, stopping the medicine usually treats the gynecomastia. In case of hormonal imbalance such as the lack of testosterone or increased levels of estrogen, hormonal treatment would be the course of action.