Gynomastia

I had gynomastia. As a result of getting gynomastia my areola's would also expand to twice as big and contract at random. But they would stay big more then being small. I had -surgery a year ago but my aureola's are still expanding and contracting. When they do this, my chest enlarges a little also which makes them look feminine. I had another surgery 5 months ago to take more tissue out, but they are still acting up..... the reason I am writing is because I am looking for a remedy to fix this issue. I don't care if it's non traditional as long as there is a real chance it would work... I will in no way hold any one responsible for the leads I get that may lead to the issue I have getting fixed... If you have any ideas please help me.

An exam with a board certified plastic surgeon is best. It is always possible that not enough tissue was excised, however it is also possible that you may be having continued breast growth from such issues as weight gain, medications, or hormonal imbalance. All of these issues need to be addressed.

Sincerely,

Thomas C. Wiener, MD

Houston

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https://plasticsurgery-houston.com/gynecomastia-houston/

this information is not a substitute for a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon

Thomas C. Wiener, MD
Thomas C. Wiener, MD
2323 Clear Lake City BlvdHoustonTX77062US

Thomas C. Wiener, MD

2323 Clear Lake City Blvd, #152, Houston,
TX, UNITED STATES, 77062

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I have considerable experience in treating gynecomastia. It sounds as if you have had sub-optimal removal of the tissue and that additional surgery, by an expert in gynecomastia surgery, might serve to correct your problem. Best advice is to seek a board certified plastic surgeon with demonstrated experience, interest and expertise in gynecomastia surgery. Good luck!

Elliot W. Jacobs, MD, FACS
Elliot W. Jacobs, MD, FACS
815 Park AveNew YorkNY10021US

Elliot W. Jacobs, MD, FACS

815 Park Ave, New York, NY, UNITED STATES,
10021

Hello,

In my professional opinion an exam would probably be needed to see specifics of what you are describing. I do suggest making sure you are seeing a Board Certified Plastic surgeon, if not schedule a consultation. I suggest scheduling with three different and choosing the one you are most comfortable with from there. Good luck in your future procedure to correct the gynecomastia.

Sam Speron, MD
Sam Speron, MD
950 N Northwest HwyPark RidgeIL60068US

Sam Speron, MD

950 N Northwest Hwy, #102, Park Ridge, IL,
UNITED STATES, 60068

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