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Gynecomastia, Gynecomastia Components, Living with Gynecomastia

The Early Signs of Gynecomastia

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Many teenagers and men struggle with gynecomastia, but that doesn’t necessarily stop embarrassment or a decrease in confidence. Luckily, with the help of board-certified gynecomastia expert Dr. Joseph Cruise, you can get back your confidence and achieve the toned, masculine chest you desire You may be wondering how you know…

Gynecomastia vs. Chest Fat: Which Do I Have?

By DLM Developer

If you have enlarged breasts, you might be wondering whether it is the result of fat or a symptom of overgrowth of breast tissue (gynecomastia). We will discuss some of the key differences between gynecomastia (excess breast tissue)  and chest fat so that you can determine if you are ready…

When Should I See a Doctor for Gynecomastia?

By DLM Developer

You’ve probably heard of the term “man boobs”—commonly used to describe the enlargement of male breasts to the point of appearing like a feminine breast. In the scientific community, this rapid breast tissue development in men is called gynecomastia.  Regardless of what you call it, it’s not a surprise that…

Does Gynecomastia Affect Mental Health?

By DLM Developer

Gynecomastia, which causes enlarged breasts in boys and men, can take a substantial mental and emotional toll on those living with it. Even mild gynecomastia can have negative effects.  What is Gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is a condition that causes benign enlargement of male glandular tissue in the breasts. This can result…

5 Common Gynecomastia Surgery Complications

By DLM Developer

One of the most important steps in undergoing surgery is fully understanding the risks and rewards. The best way to make a fully informed decision is by consulting a board-certified plastic surgeon who can give you the most up-to-date information and help you determine if your chosen procedure is the…

Is There a Non-Surgical Way to Treat Gynecomastia?

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Gynecomastia is an embarrassing condition for men afflicted by it. This medical condition causes excess breast tissue development in men that have been harshly nicknamed as “man boobs.” If you are unsure about surgery, there are a few non-surgical treatments. Non-Surgical Gynecomastia Treatments Non-surgical treatments for gynecomastia may only work to…

Gynecomastia in Bodybuilders

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Bodybuilders may feel especially embarrassed by their gynecomastia since body image is important to them and they work hard to maintain a toned physique. However, it is important to remember that even the most fit men can develop gynecomastia. Oftentimes, gynecomastia in bodybuilders is caused by steroids or other work-out…

Gynecomastia in Your 40s: What to Know

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Gynecomastia is the name for enlarged male breasts. Although it’s normal to experience gynecomastia around puberty or your teens and 20s, it’s also possible for gynecomastia to occur in middle age. For patients in their 40s, gynecomastia can even seem to appear out of nowhere. You may find yourself avoiding…

Gynecomastia in Your 30s

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Gynecomastia often develops during adolescence, but it is a condition that may develop later on as well. Common reasons it may develop in adulthood include taking certain prescription medications, marijuana, and steroids. There can also be an underlying medical condition such as hormone imbalance. Men in their 30s should focus…

Gynecomastia in Your 20s

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

What is Gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is a medical condition that causes the development of excess breast tissue in men enlarges their male breasts which can sometimes look feminized. If you have gynecomastia in your 20s, it is likely carried over from undiagnosed or untreated teenage gynecomastia. It is estimated that about…