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Is it best to go to a surgeon that does 300+ of these operations annually or to well regarded surgeon that does ~50/year.

I have been given advice that surgeons that have such a narrow focus are not as good as surgeons that treat gynecomastia amongst other procedures.

Thoughts?
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Gynecomastia Talk / Re: Gyno Surgery at Kaiser SoCal
« Last post by lynnii2 on Today at 07:26:35 AM »
Hello jon.smith

I was wondering if you could tell me the name of you doctor that did your surgery? I also live in the Ontario, CA area and looking to have Kaiser also do my surgery. Thank you
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Gynecomastia Talk / Re: Fmla
« Last post by lynnii2 on Today at 07:19:53 AM »
Yes you can take FMLA for anything. All you need is a doctor to sign off. By law the employers is not allowed to have detail due to hipaa law. 
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All Xrays are only as good as the Radiologist whom reads them!
Not very helpful to you making decisions (but true)

PS I am a qualified radiographer

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Acceptance / Re: Shaving underarms
« Last post by paulpark21 on October 28, 2020, 12:53:49 PM »
I also shave my underarms.  Mostly for hygenic reasons, but do like the look
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Bali Minimizer
« Last post by aboywithgirls on October 28, 2020, 07:07:15 AM »
I agree with you, John, 100%! Wearing a bra that fits is so important. The right size is only half of the equation. The right shape is really just as important. Different bra makers and Different Styles need to be tried on to see and feel what works best for you. 

Some of us are FOB or full on bottom and some of us are FOT or full on top. Some of us are front and center and others have side boob to contend with. If you go and get professionally fitted at a boutique that carries multiple brands and styles, a good fitter will find the right bra for your girls to give you a great look and shape and support. 
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Bali Minimizer
« Last post by Johndoe1 on October 28, 2020, 05:56:10 AM »
I too finally went to a locally owned shop and got professionally fitted after my straps kept falling and my band kept creeping around on my back and things just didn't feel like I was being supported correctly. I found, like many women, I was wearing the wrong size bra and the wrong shape. It was the classic cup too small and band too large. And because of the bra hanging on my body and not moulding to my body, parts of the bra outline could be seen when things shifted and I was forever looking for private places to readjust my straps.

Now I wear the right bra size and style for my breasts and i rarely adjust my straps and band and I can feel the active support of my breasts. It has also given me an unexpected level of confidence in my appearance I didn't have before because I know things are not moving around and the girls look the way "I" want them to look.
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Bali Minimizer
« Last post by aboywithgirls on October 28, 2020, 05:11:35 AM »
It's important to have these conversations about bras and breasts. It's how we learn. Well, we also learn through trial and error. I had made many errors over the years.  I also made a great decision. I went to a reputable bra boutique and got professionally fitted. My bra size, like most women, was all wrong. Not only that but the shape was all wrong for my breasts. Getting fitted was one of the best decisions I've ever made. 
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Acceptance / Re: Shaving underarms
« Last post by curiousk on October 28, 2020, 05:01:22 AM »
Razor blade when I get out of the shower.  Not a lot of hair to shave, takes about 30 seconds and it’s done.  I do it once every 3-4 weeks.  I’ve never been very hairy.
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Acceptance Garments / Re: Bali Minimizer
« Last post by 42CSuprise! on October 28, 2020, 12:50:19 AM »
It still boggles my mind that we're having this conversation about our breasts.  How in heavens name did that happen?  
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