Monthly Archives: November 2017

Pubertal Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is usually secondary to the normal hormonal imbalance that commonly occurs in boys during puberty and it affects up to 40% of adolescent boys by the age of 14. Boys suffering from Gynecomastia form breast tissue that is usually less than 4 centimeters in diameter. That breast tissue usually disappears, without treatment or gynecomastia… Read More »

Living with Gynecomastia

Those who live with Gynecomastia face a tough road, particularly adolescents who face teasing and scrutiny from their peers. Usually, among teens, Gynecomastia symptoms will pass. In adults, the struggle may not be as difficult as reconstructive surgery is always an option. However, Gynecomastia can be a psychologically devastating disorder causing feelings of shame, embarrassment… Read More »

How to get rid of Gynecomastia

There are a number of ways to get rid of Gynecomastia, the most common being breast reduction or plastic surgery and gynecomastia pills. Of course, there are also medications on the market to help treat Gynecomastia. Medication, along with exercise and a healthy diet can help reduce breast size without surgery. There are also undergarments… Read More »

Psychological issues from Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia can be a psychologically devastating disorder causing feelings of shame, Gynecomastia embarrassment and humiliation among patients. Obviously, even the name itself, derived from Greek to men “woman breasts,” or the more common slang term, “man boobs,” can cause a man to question his own masculinity. Those suffering from Gynecomastia struggle with anxiety over taking their shirt… Read More »

Gynecomastia Symptoms

The most common symptoms of Gynecomastia are enlarged male breasts and tenderness in the male breast. However, because Gynecomastia could be a sign of a more serious disorder, particularly in men over 50, it is important to watch for other symptoms such as fatigue, exhaustion, depression, dry, coarse and/or itchy skin and hair, constipation and muscle cramps,… Read More »

What causes Gynecomastia

Although it can effect any age group, Gynecomastia is most common among adolescents and men over fifty. In adolescents, the problem usually goes away on its own bit in older men, Gynecomastia is usually treated with surgery or gynecomastia pills. There are a number of reasons why men may develop Gynecomastia. In young men, it is usually… Read More »

What is Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia refers to the excessive development of abnormally large breasts in males. The term is derived from the Greek word “gyne,” which means “woman,” and “mastos” which means “breast.” Any male, any age can suffer from Gynecomastia, even adolescents. Among adolescents, Gynecomastia symptoms usually disappear within a few months to a few years, at the most. Generally the… Read More »

Man Boob Exercises

If you are trying to lose those unwanted man boobs try upper body exercises like weightlifting to tone. Try boxing and incorporating upper body exercises into your session. If you are a runner try moving your arms more as you go. And, of course, remember to stay away from the fast food. Find more here.

How to get rid of man boobs

There are a number of ways to get rid of man boobs, the most common being breast reduction or plastic surgery. Of course, there are also medications on the market to help treat man boobs. Medication, along with exercise and a healthy diet can help reduce breast size without surgery. There are also undergarments available… Read More »

Gynecomastia Treatment

There are a number of ways to treat Gynecomastia, the most common being breast reduction or plastic surgery. Of course, there are also medications on the market to help treat Gynecomastia. Gynecomastia pills, along with exercise and a healthy diet can help reduce breast size without surgery. There are also undergarments available to help those… Read More »