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Slide 1: ==== ==== DO NOT go ahead with ###~ Gynecomastia Surgery ~### UNTIL You've Read This Shocking ###~ Gynecomastia Surgery Review ~### http://LoseManBoobs4x.com ==== ==== Gynecomastia, commonly known as "man boobs", is a condition that affects far more men than the great majority of people realize: as many as 50% of all men will suffer from gynecomastia at some point in their life, and as many as 60% of young teenage males will suffer from it for at least a few years, though the condition often (but not always) goes away on its own. What people call "man boobs" can be caused by one of two things: 1) A hormone problem, or 2) Obesity, and the second one is something that's not really gynecomastia and is sometimes referred to as "pseudogynecomastia" because the term "gynecomastia" really refers to excess mammary tissue in the male breast, and man boobs caused by obesity are caused by excess fat, not mammary tissue. Let's delve further into precisely what this condition is, what causes it, the different types of it, and the treatments available for it... What It Is Gynecomastia is the abnormal presence of excess mammary tissue in the male breast resulting in visually larger-than-normal "breasts". It can occur at any point in a male's life, even while still in the womb due to the influence of the mother's female hormones, but is most common during adolescence and old age--in both of those cases it is considered to be an abnormal condition associated with disease, hormone imbalance, or metabolic disorder. In the case of adolescent gynecomastia, it's often an understandable source of emotional distress, but it should be noted that in the majority of those cases it will go away of its own accord within a few years, though as many as 30% of boys who develop gynecomastia in adolescence will have it for the rest of their lives. What Causes It Gynecomastia is generally attributed to either an imbalance of sex hormones or the sensitivity of the breast tissue to those hormones (that is, you have a normal hormone level but your breast tissue is over-sensitive to those hormones), though a specific cause is rarely determinable in each individual case. The exception to the above is if you're taking either the drug Digoxin or Furosemide or both, as approximately 4-10% of all gynecomastia cases are due to these drugs (the chances are higher if both drugs are administer simultaneously). Lastly, it could be due to excess fat, aka obesity. In this case the problem isn't really gynecomastia, but that's something specifically caused by excess mammary tissue, whereas in this case your "man boobs" are caused by excess fat, not mammary tissue.
Slide 2: Types of Gynecomastia -Puffy Nipples: This is one of the most common forms of gynecomastia and results when the excess mammary tissue is confined almost entirely under the areola, sometimes extending slightly outside of it. -Pure Glandular: This particular variety is almost exclusive to bodybuilders and athletes using anabolic steroids and results from the fact that the body will convert excess testosterone (which there is because of the steroids) into estrogen, which triggers the excess growth of mammary tissue in the breast. -Adolescent: In this case the condition is considered to be hereditary in nature (that is, it's genetic and you inherited it from your parents) and is extremely common with as many as 30-60% of all adolescent boys suffering from it at some point. It usually shows up around 12-14, right when puberty begins, and goes away on its own within 2-4 years. -Adult: This is the most common form and is identical to adolescent gynecomastia except that most adults who have the condition developed it in adolescence and kept it into adulthood, which happens in as many as 30% of adolescent gynecomastia cases. -Pseudogynecomastia: Like we've mentioned before, this isn't considered "real" gynecomastia because it's cause by excess adipose tissue (fat) though it looks much like real gynecomastia, but it requires entirely different treatment (covered below). -Asymmetrical/Unilateral: This is when either only one breast is enlarged or one is unevenly larger than the other. -Severe Gynecomastia: This particular type is often distinguished by saggy and/or excess skin along with significantly enlarged breasts and is most often found in older people due to the fact that skin elasticity decreases with age which results in more skin being produced to hold the excess tissue because it won't stretch as much as it used to. Treatment The correct way to deal with gynecomastia is to treat the underlying cause, which is typically a hormone imbalance, and when done correctly will usually lead to a significant improvement in the condition in a relatively short period of time. First of all, any medications such as the ones mentioned above that may aggravate or even cause the patient's gynecomastia should be switched for an alternative that won't do that (e.g. risperdal can be changed out for eplerenone). Effective endocrinological (endocrinological = "dealing with hormones and the glands that produce them such as the endocrine glands") treatment should be done within the first 2-3 years because after that the breast tissue will tend to harden at which point surgery becomes the only option (the surgery in question would potentially include liposuction, skin sculpture, reduction mammoplasty, gland excision, or a combination of those techniques). The type of treatment, within those first 2-3 years, that would be an option would include drugs known as "selective estrogen receptor modulators", such as tamoxifen and clomiphene, or certain androgen drugs (in short, that means
Slide 3: testosterone or a synthetic version that elicits essentially the same reaction from the body) or aromatase inhibitors like Letrozole. It should be noted that these medications are not universally approved for the treatment of gynecomastia (depends on your country and doctor), and many American insurance companies will refuse to pay for surgery related to gynecomastia because they consider it a cosmetic procedure and most policies don't cover those. Viable Home Treatment Options Depending on the type and severity of the gynecomastia in question, it may be possible for the patient to effectively treat it themselves without resorting to prescription drugs or surgery. If it's pseudogynecomastia caused by excess fat only, then there are diet and exercise regimens that can be very effective at addressing it, and if it's true gynecomastia there are still various changes in diet and supplements that can be used to achieve proper hormone balance, and a resource that I highly recommend for further information about that is this article on how to get rid of man breasts that has diet and exercise advice, plus additional information on how hormones effect gynecomastia and home-treatment options concerning that. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Andrew_Kawaski ==== ==== DO NOT go ahead with ###~ Gynecomastia Surgery ~### UNTIL You've Read This Shocking ###~ Gynecomastia Surgery Review ~### http://LoseManBoobs4x.com ==== ====

   
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