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Gynecomastia Components, Living with Gynecomastia

What Does Gynecomastia Feel Like?

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Gynecomastia, a condition unique to males, manifests as an excess of breast tissue, often stemming from hormonal imbalances. When testosterone levels dip below those of estrogen, the chest can enlarge, impacting individuals of all ages and influencing both their self-confidence and daily routines. Fortunately, through gynecomastia surgery, individuals can restore…

Can You Live with Gynecomastia?

By Dr. Joseph Cruise

Living with gynecomastia can be a challenging condition to navigate. While the condition in the vast majority of cases is not life-threatening, the discomfort and stress can cause a man’s quality of life to decline. Additionally, a feminine chest appearance can harm self-esteem and confidence. Finding a way to live…

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…

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…

Gynecomastia Triggers: 5 Mistakes to Avoid

By DLM Developer

Gynecomastia is a condition where there is an increase in the amount of breast (glandular) tissue in both boys and men. It can occur in one breast or both and can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal imbalances, certain health conditions, and medications.   While the condition is…