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Can Gynecomastia Be Treated with Exercise?

A question commonly asked by males who have gynecomastia is whether or not the condition can be successfully resolved with exercise. The answer to this inquiry often depends on a variety of different factors, the most important of which is the specific underlying cause of the enlarged breasts. If the development of overly large breasts is primarily caused by being […]

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What’s the Difference Between Gynecomastia & Pseudogynecomastia?

The appearance of enlarged breasts is a concern that affects many adolescent and adult males. While “gynecomastia” is frequently used as a blanket term when referring to this issue, the condition may actually qualify as “pseudogynecomastia” for certain individuals based on the anatomy of their abnormally large breasts. In true gynecomastia, overly large male breasts are mainly caused by an […]

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Recovery from Male Breast Reduction Surgery

In my last blog post, I revealed my unique, less-invasive approach to male breast reduction. One of the many advantages of this innovative technique is the minimal downtime that typically ensues (or doesn’t, if you will). As a result of such small incisions being utilized, stitches are generally not needed, and the entire recovery process is often quick and relatively […]

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My Less-Invasive Approach to Male Breast Reduction

On average, I perform male breast reduction to treat gynecomastia about five times a month, as it is a very popular procedure at my practice. The technique I utilize is best defined as chest wall sculpting with a “pull-through” or “mini-strip” excision of the “fibrous” gynecomastia tissue. Essentially, this approach is a very detailed and focused liposuction of the chest […]

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Am I a Candidate for Male Breast Reduction?

Gynecomastia, or the abnormal development of enlarged male breast tissue, is a common condition many males experience. Both teens and adults are bothered by this condition, especially men in their forties who have begun to develop excessive breast tissue or have been struggling with the condition since they were in high school. Depending on its severity, gynecomastia can often lead […]

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