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GYNECOMASTIA

Gynecomastia, or frequently known as enlarged male breast, increases breast gland tissue in patients.

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Reasons for Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is generally the result of the imbalance in the level of sex hormones.

Estrogen controls female characteristics like breast growth, whereas testosterone controls male characteristics, such as muscle mass and body hair. That being said, males produce a small amount of estrogen, and females produce a low testosterone amount. High estrogen levels or imbalanced testosterone levels in men cause gynecomastia.

Gynecomastia occurs naturally at different times during a male’s life. These phases are:

  • After Birth: Newborn boys are still under the effects of the estrogen they got from their mothers while developing in the womb. However, the gynecomastia disappears within a couple of weeks after birth.
  • At Puberty: Hormone levels change during pubescence. Breast enlargement often goes away six months to two years after the start of puberty.
  • At Mid-Life and Beyond: Breast enlargement frequently climaxes in men between the ages of 50 and 80. Approximately one in four men in this age range have breast enlargement.

Many other conditions causing gynecomastia are obesity, lack of proper nutrition, tumors in the testicles or adrenal glands, and liver disease. Nonetheless, certain drugs, such as diazepam, spironolactone, and anabolic steroids, can also cause gynecomastia.

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Gynecomastia affects up to two-thirds of the male population. The psychological impact of the disease is substantial for the patients.

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Procedure

Gynecomastia is the most popular cosmetic procedure with men, and its popularity goes on increasing.

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Procedure

Gynecomastia provides a reliable and natural-look for patients to enhanced chest appearance.

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BEFORE OPERATION

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In preparing for gynecomastia surgery, the patients may be asked to get lab testing or a medical evaluation, take certain medications or adjust current medications.

The doctor might require the patient to avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory medications, and herbal supplements because they can increase bleeding.

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DURING OPERATION

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In the first two levels of Gynecomastia, the excess tissue is removed by liposuction. At the third level of the condition, liposuction is also used to remove excess fat. Concurrently, the excess skin may require removal depending on the sagging status of the chest.

In the fourth level Gynecomastia, a similar operation to breast reduction surgery is performed. The breast reduction procedure is done by making a flipped T letter. By this method, you can get a firm breast after taking off the excess tissue and saggy skin.

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AFTER OPERATION

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During the recovery period, dressing or bandages will be applied to the incisions to reduce swelling and support the new chest contour.
The patients will be informed about specific instructions to take care of the operational area as taking medications or a possible follow-up with the plastic surgeon.

The final results of gynecomastia surgery are permanent in many cases.

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    Gynecomastia Methods

    If enlarged breasts are significant and disturbing even after initial treatment or observation, the surgeon may advise surgery. Three gynecomastia surgery options are:

    Liposuction

    In cases where gynecomastia is the result of excessive fat tissue, a liposuction technique can be used. Liposuction requires the insertion of a cannula through small incisions.

    The cannula is moved in a controlled motion to loosen the excess fat, which is then removed from the body by vacuum suction.

    The most appropriate liposuction method for your case will be defined by your surgeon.

    Mastectomy

    When patients complain of gynecomastia, they usually complain about lumps in their breasts with or without excess fat in the breasts. Mastectomy is the surgical removal of the excess glandular breast tissue through an incision in the margin of the nipple-areolar complex and/or skin excision.

    Mastectomy is recommended for enlarged breast tissue or excess skin removal to correct gynecomastia. Incision sizes vary depending on the specific conditions and surgical preference.

    Liposuction & Mastectomy

    Sometimes both liposuction and mastectomy may be used to treat gynecomastia to get the most beneficial results.

    The surgeon removes the breast tissues with liposuction to eliminate the excess fat and the excess glandular breast tissue through an incision.

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    Gynecomastia Procedure

    The procedure may vary from person to person but generally;

    Procedure Duration

    1-2 hours

    Anesthesia

    Local or General Anesthesia

    Recovery Time

    In a Month

    Expected Results

    Enhanced Chest Appearance

    Preferred Method

    Liposuction

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    Frequently Asked Questions

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