Is Gyno permanent?
Is Gyno permanent? Nirmal is a 24-year-old healthy young man who works in an IT company. Because of their work they have to sit in front of the computer for several hours. In his spare time, he works hard in the gym and likes to look good. For the last one year he wanted to propose a girl friend. Life was going well and he was enjoying it.
Recently, their attention was towards the emergence of their breasts and this problem especially came more when they went to the gym or swimming. Gradually he became so worried about it that he stopped going to the gym. He started gaining weight and succumbed to depression. Even Nirmal stopped roaming around with his friends. His girl friend was very worried for him and under pressure took him to the doctor.
Revealed after investigation
After examining him, the doctor told him that he was suffering from gynecomastia. After initial screening he was advised to go to a cosmetic surgeon. He underwent gynecomastia surgery, after which he began to feel normal and life again became normal. It is estimated that 50 percent of men may suffer from gynecomastia (enlargement of breast tissue in men) at some stage of their age. This problem arises due to imbalance of hormones in the body.
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Talk of treatment
With the help of modern technology, small surgeries can be done with keyhole technique. The scar is also not visible after this surgery. Surgeons remove excess fat and glandular tissue to form chests that are flat, strong and healthy like normal men.
How to choose a cosmetic surgeon
Male breast surgery is included under cosmetic surgery, but if you want the best results, then choose a cosmetic surgeon who has received proper training. You should gather all the information about the surgeon, find out about their qualifications and experience.
Cryolipolysis is a non-surgical option for small gynecomastia. This option is helpful in reducing male breasts and can be repeated for better results.
Inputs: Dr. Anoop Dheer Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon, New Delhi
Is Gyno permanent?