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General => Gynecomastia Talk => Topic started by: Aimster on August 08, 2005, 09:23:36 PM

Title: Is this gyno or fat?
Post by: Aimster on August 08, 2005, 09:23:36 PM
When I make my back straight my chest looks flat but whenever I sit and I am slouching or when I am bending down my chest comes hanging out and I have a nice pair of boobies that I can grab and squeeze.

My chest also looks fine when i am laying down with my arms over my head but if I am on top looking down they hang .. :(

I am overweight a little.. im 6'3 205.

Does this sound like anything anyone in here has?
Title: Re: Is this gyno or fat?
Post by: Aimster on August 09, 2005, 05:37:28 AM
Well when I press on my nipples it feels like there is a lot of "air" stuck inside my chest. I have puffy nipples I think.

I feel little bumps all around when I press on my nipple.
Title: Re: Is this gyno or fat?
Post by: gynosucks1 on August 09, 2005, 01:54:09 PM
lose the fat

look in the mirror, if u still have breasts, u have gy no
Title: Re: Is this gyno or fat?
Post by: nothingworse on August 09, 2005, 03:44:09 PM
It sounds like you have mostly glandular but probably a little fat. Lost some weight first, the amount of weight you think you should lose like 20 pounds or so. You said you are 6'3" so you are not really overweight at 205pounds. Maybe lose 10-20 pounds and then your gyne should look a little better. Losing the fat first always helps. It made my moderate case go to mild/minor but still bad enough. Then go set up an appointement with your GP or a Plastic Surgeon. Probably a plastic surgeon as going through your GP is usually not the best way to do it. The PS will tell you whats wrong and the don't go oh you have a minor case they won't concern about the case unless it is life threatning. Good luck man.
Title: Re: Is this gyno or fat?
Post by: Paa_Paw on August 13, 2005, 06:37:18 PM
Believe it or not, Fatty breasts is one type of Gynecomastia.

In any case, It makes no difference since the effects of gynecomastia are psychological/emotional rather than physical.  Also, it usually is some glandular tissue growing through and surrounded by fat.  The surgeon will know for sure after the surgery is done; not before.
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