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Ask a Doctor / Re: Why is my gynecomastia not subsiding?
« Last post by Miguel Delgado MD on Today at 09:11:58 AM »
You have described your situation very well.  The statement by your doctor " it will subside" is not necessarily true.  At your age it usually does not resolve. You have normal labs, a history of possible hormone use and gland growth. I suspect that you basically have gynecomastia which will not resolve. Many cases are of unknown etiology as well. You can wait and see what happens and if all else fails, surgery is an option. Best of luck.
U.K. / Re: Good UK Gynecomastia surgeons
« Last post by awm328 on Today at 07:35:27 AM »
I have my consultation ( which is free)  with Dr Hassan Nurien at Harley Street in London in a couple of weeks time

Will let you know how it goes 
Did you go ahead with the procedure?
Your Stories / Re: My Gyno - Side effect from prescriptions.
« Last post by JustJer on Today at 07:32:03 AM »
Paa_Paw, thank you for your words, and for your contributions to this forum!  I have appreciated your posts very much.  

I honestly would have never considered wearing a bra to help me with my condition had I not found this forum and read how others had benefited from wearing one.  

Thanks to all those on this forum for your contributions.  You’ve helped me better understand and deal with this condition.  It’s easier when you know you’re not alone.  

Take care!
Your Stories / Re: My Gyno - Side effect from prescriptions.
« Last post by Paa_Paw on Today at 12:18:48 AM »
Welcome to the club no one really wanted to join.

Your story is not uncommon. My experience was different in that I was diagnose in 1949 at the age of 12. 

Over time, and for many different reasons, the condition becomes more and more common due to medication side effects and sometimes simply due to the effects of age. 

By the time men reach 70 years and more, the incidence reaches 70% more or less depending on which liar is telling the story.

An avid hiker and backpacker, I too found that a bra was a real blessing when engaged in those activities.  Though I personally have not found a bra especially helpful otherwise.

Congratulations for having a helpful and supportive wife.
User Photos / Re: What do you think? Would I benefit from wearing a bra?
« Last post by JustJer on Yesterday at 02:51:20 PM »
Thank you, Paulpark21.  After wearing these for a few days I couldn’t imagine going without them.  The first one is wire free, but I do have a black underwire minimizer. (Attached Picture)  I too think that an underwire provides superior support.  I’ll definitely be buying more underwire bras! 

I don’t know what I would do without my wife being there for me, helping me through all of this.  She has been very understanding.   

Thanks also to everyone on this forum for their help and advice!
User Photos / Re: Dealing with it
« Last post by paulpark21 on Yesterday at 02:03:04 PM »
Without seeing what you look like with your uniform it's hard to make any comment.  Is the uniform too tight - that  shows you are wearing a bra (assuming that is what you are referring to).  If your job is on the line perhaps something like a compression garment will work for the job.
User Photos / Re: What do you think? Would I benefit from wearing a bra?
« Last post by paulpark21 on Yesterday at 01:55:44 PM »
The bras look good on you.  The top one (underwired?) looks like a good fit.  I like underwires the most, they give the best support.  The other two look good, but I'm not crazy about sports bras.  But if you are comfortable with them, then that's all that counts.

It's nice to have a wife that is comfortable with your wearing of a bra.
Acceptance / Re: Long time coming
« Last post by aboywithgirls on Yesterday at 11:01:39 AM »
Genetics do play a major role. I happen to wear the same size bra as my sister. She is 2 years older than me and I was always 2 years behind her in development. Consequently, I wore her hand me down bras from the time I was 12 until I was 16. My mother said that I needed to start wearing a bra full time. I said that I would if I got my own bras. She took me bra shopping that day and I was fitted at JCP. I still accepted some nicer bras from her.

The rest of our figures and measurements are almost identical.
Acceptance / Re: Long time coming
« Last post by Johndoe1 on May 31, 2020, 03:59:32 PM »
Not all women have large round hips. Estrogen is a strange beast. It works differently in everyone.
Acceptance / Re: Long time coming
« Last post by AtoDDD on May 31, 2020, 03:06:29 PM »

My feminization has manifested differently. I have the same narrow  hips and lack of butt fat as any normal male, so all my lower body cloths are male. My secondary female characteristics i.e “feminization” lnclude smooth radiant thin skin, small supple muscles, small narrow shoulders, narrow set rib cage which  cause my breasts to project forward as is typical with women’s breasts.
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