Author Topic: please tell me is it fat or gyne?  (Read 1571 times)

Offline Dale Warnio

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I wouldn’t say bad or good, just that the construction of your breasts is the same construction as women’s breasts, so your breasts could be capable of producing milk just like a woman’s breasts are. 

Offline abardo

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I wouldn’t say bad or good, just that the construction of your breasts is the same construction as women’s breasts, so your breasts could be capable of producing milk just like a woman’s breasts are.
so it caused by imbalance hormone right?, if i consume testosterone things, would it help?

Offline Dale Warnio

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Yes and no. 

 Yes, most likely a hormone in balance.

 No, surprisingly enough, taking testosterone should increase your breast growth 

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Yes and no.

 Yes, most likely a hormone in balance.

 No, surprisingly enough, taking testosterone should increase your breast growth
okay thank you very much, i just still confused why i have a larger girl's breast then some of the girls

Offline Aussie63

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I am sorry for what you are going through abardo. I think we all need to take a breath and realize how young you are, and how brave you are for reaching out.

I know it won't be easy but it might be better to wait until your growth stops before deciding what to do about it. There might be situations now where a compression top will hide your growth adequately, but have you thought about how you would make yourself comfortable in the medium and long term before getting surgery to remove your breasts, if that is what you would eventually do? Have you imagined what to wear in the meantime? How does that make you feel?

Offline curiousk

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I'm going to agree with everyone else.  This is not a good or bad situation.  You have a decision to make in dealing with this.  Surgery or acceptance.  I believe that it's important to talk to people you trust like your mom, older sisters, friends that are girls, your doctor.  In the short term, they can help you with dealing with your appearance and the movement of your breasts.  That might included wearing a compression shirt or a bra.  Your doctor can run tests to check your hormones.

My breasts were the same size of yours at 15.  At that time, nobody talked to me about it.  Not my mom, sisters or doctors.  I had some girls in my classes tell me that I should wear a bra.  I could have used some advice at that time.  If I could go back in time, I'd wear a bra and be comfortable at 15.  The jiggling and movement caused a lot of discomfort.  Wearing layering shirts gets hot in the summer.  If you are considering wearing a bra, talk to a female friend you trust about it.  Then go to a store or boutique and try some on.  See if this is something you would be comfortable wearing.

I never wanted surgery and I understand why some guys don't want it.  If you choose surgery, talk to a lot of doctors and ask for references on previous patients.  

This is a great website with lots of information and perspectives.  Use the message boards and PM anybody for advice.

Offline abardo

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I'm going to agree with everyone else.  This is not a good or bad situation.  You have a decision to make in dealing with this.  Surgery or acceptance.  I believe that it's important to talk to people you trust like your mom, older sisters, friends that are girls, your doctor.  In the short term, they can help you with dealing with your appearance and the movement of your breasts.  That might included wearing a compression shirt or a bra.  Your doctor can run tests to check your hormones.

My breasts were the same size of yours at 15.  At that time, nobody talked to me about it.  Not my mom, sisters or doctors.  I had some girls in my classes tell me that I should wear a bra.  I could have used some advice at that time.  If I could go back in time, I'd wear a bra and be comfortable at 15.  The jiggling and movement caused a lot of discomfort.  Wearing layering shirts gets hot in the summer.  If you are considering wearing a bra, talk to a female friend you trust about it.  Then go to a store or boutique and try some on.  See if this is something you would be comfortable wearing.

I never wanted surgery and I understand why some guys don't want it.  If you choose surgery, talk to a lot of doctors and ask for references on previous patients. 

This is a great website with lots of information and perspectives.  Use the message boards and PM anybody for advice.
i really wanted to talk about this to people near me, but my family said that it will gone by time, and for my friends, i have tricked twice by my friends , first by a boy and second by a pair of girls. so i decided to not talk to friends anymore about this

Offline curiousk

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I'm not sure that they will go away in time.  Chances are that they will stay the time or getting bigger.  You have glandular tissue in your breasts that is responding to the hormone imbalance like a female.  That's your reality right now.   

It's wishful thinking by your family that they'll just go away in time.  It might, but not likely.  That sucks that you tried talking to friends and they betrayed you.  Like I said, a lot of us on the forum have a lot of experience and wisdom to share.  

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I am sorry for what you are going through abardo. I think we all need to take a breath and realize how young you are, and how brave you are for reaching out.

I know it won't be easy but it might be better to wait until your growth stops before deciding what to do about it. There might be situations now where a compression top will hide your growth adequately, but have you thought about how you would make yourself comfortable in the medium and long term before getting surgery to remove your breasts, if that is what you would eventually do? Have you imagined what to wear in the meantime? How does that make you feel?
i still really dont know what to wear, maybe this pandemic time make me more confortable, because i dont have to meet with the boys who mocking me or girls who jealous with me

Offline Dale Warnio

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I think you might want to try a compression vest going out and a bra at home.   That way you can find out what works best for you 

Offline SideSet

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I agree that it is very very unlikely to go away and very likely your breasts keep developing for a few more years.

I also agree you should try wearing a bra at home.

I think a compression vest might work now for going out, but when your breasts grow bigger, might not work for you.
« Last Edit: February 26, 2021, 06:07:18 AM by SideSet »

Offline blad

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I would agree to at least try a bra and see how it works for you, as you may need to accommodate having growing breasts for some time.

I developed breasts at age 13 and, although I initially resisted the suggestions to try a bra, I ultimately realized that I preferred wearing one. So I speak with some experience. 
If the bra fits, wear it.

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I would agree to at least try a bra and see how it works for you, as you may need to accommodate having growing breasts for some time.

I developed breasts at age 13 and, although I initially resisted the suggestions to try a bra, I ultimately realized that I preferred wearing one. So I speak with some experience.
but in my place, a boy wearing a bra is seen as very2 strange, and i dont have a friend which is a girl who can help me buy that

Offline MarcoB

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I'm sorry to hear of your lack of support from your family; and I suspect your age puts you in a difficult spot where you don't have very good financial resources or even ability to have a paypal or credit-card account, to buy yourself the needed clothes discreetly, online.  If I'm wrong (hopefully I am), maybe you can give us an idea of what you could afford, and some measurements, and collect some recommendations here.  All of my own clothes were always bought for me by the women in my life until nearly age 60 when gyne started its intrusion into my life, and I felt like I had to handle it alone.

Bras are generally not cheap (although there are exceptions), and unless you can try on quite a few at a lingerie store, it will take quite a few purchased online (and a lot of research) before you finally land on ones that fit you right and are comfortable.  I understand many (if not most) lingerie shops will make appointments for males before or after hours so they don't freak out the women.  I haven't gotten my nerve up to try it yet myself.  I started with really cheap Chinese sports bras I bought online; and although they're not my favorite, at least they prevent the pain I was getting when riding bike, and I still use them for that, and there's no tell-tale bra outline clearly visible through my jersey.  The problem I've had with them for anything else is that they bite into the fronts of my shoulders.  It's more comfortable (but more expensive too) to have something more resembling a bra, although I'm still cheap, and I want something that hides well, too.  (With reasonable shirts, ie, not tight, my gyne is still hidable, and hopefully will remain that way.  My mother's breasts are very small, which I hope will work in my favor.)  Running without a bra is awful.  My need is greater now than it was last summer though, so I'm wondering how I'll get through the coming summer discreetly.  Going braless ranges from irritating to painful. I hate it!

There have been a couple of other 15-year-old boys on the forum recently, but they don't stick around long.  It would be great if you could all communicate and see what has helped the others, in the various aspects, social, family, fitting, finances, etc..  I really feel for you.  Kids can be so cruel.  For me as an introvert, it was bad enough in high school even without having gyne yet.  Hopefully this forum will turn out to be a huge help for you.

Offline Dale Warnio

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 I think blad is right.  You should at least try a bra. I think you’ll really like it and look very good in it. 

 Could you ask your mom? 

 Are there any girls who have said you need to wear a bra? You could ask one of them. 

 You could also sneak into one of your mother’s bras.


 

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