Before And After Gyno Surgery

Look at the pictures before and after gyno. Gynecomastia is derived from the Greek term ‘gynec’ for feminine, and the Greek term ‘mastos’ for breast.

The condition involves excessive development of the breast in the male. Excess breast tissue may be the result of fat (adipose) cells and/or glandular (breast) cells.

Treatment varies with the type and severity of the problem. Also the individual’s age and skin elasticity play a role in the determination of the optimum treatment plan.

Gynecomastia is the condition where males develop enlarged breasts. Gynecomastia is generally linked to hormone inbalances and is not harmful, but it often makes patients feel self-conscious.

Liposuction is one of the procedures used to remove the excess tissue, and in some patients, a direct excision is also needed for best contouring.

Gyno is a benign enlargement of the male breast. Although it won’t kill you, it can be embarrassing.

Most cases result from naturally occurring hormonal changes around the time of puberty, although marijuana, certain prescription medications, and abnormal hormonal conditions can be the culprit.

If the condition lasts for more than 2 years, it is not going away on its own and you may wish to consider surgical correction after a thorough medical evaluation to investigate causes of the condition.

Gynecomastia is excessive breast tissue in a male and is a benign condition.

Most gynecomastia is idiopathic. It can be a natural transition in puberty. It is seen in severe liver disease, steroid use, excessive marijuana smoking, adrenal tumors, testicular tumors, some medications (aldosterone). Most of the time there is no specific cause however.

Gyno is in excess of fat and breast tissue in the chest. This is commonly seen in men who may be overweight, may have experienced significant weight loss, may have used medications including steroids, or for natural but unknown reasons.

In these patients, there are many options for the correction of this deformity. If the fact is diffuse throughout the chest, liposuction is an excellent technique for its correction. If the fat is centrally located, it may be excised easily through a small incision at the base of the areola.

Regardless of the surgery that you receive, it is essential to wear a tight compressive vest garment after the surgery to ensure that the skin adheres smoothly to the underlying muscle.

Gynecomastia refers to male breast enlargement. For most men this usually means fatty chests. But for some men, they can actually have glandular breast tissue.