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Offline anon643

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made a better thread....

Linkback: https://www.gynecomastia.org/forum/index.php?topic=11074.0
« Last Edit: April 23, 2008, 03:36:54 PM by anon643 »

Offline DAVE598596

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do you shave your titts?

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« Last Edit: July 27, 2007, 10:56:58 AM by anon643 »

Offline omega

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i agreeee. if u lose weight. the gyne will go downn alot

Offline outertrial

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You wont have trouble finding a doctor to operate on you but i honestly think youd be better off losing the weight before then deciding on surgery. If you do have gyne left once youve slimmed down the surgery will work out a lot better than if you have it now, when the surgeon will really just be guessing how much to take off.

Offline neenos

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You know I was in your situation when I was about 17, I was about 240 pounds with gyne but yours are a bit bitter. Since then I lost some weight (165lbs now) and just last Friday I had the operation done. I gotta say that I wouldn't of done it any other way. Losing weight before the surgery and then getting it done is icing on the cake. Try doing some cardio at home or at a gym if you got the time & money, its worth it.

Offline anon643

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how much smaller were they when you got to your lowest weight?

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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  • 31 Year Gynecomastia Victim...
I think the moobs are part & parcel to your overall appearance right now, & not full-blown gynecomastia.

Why do you think that?

GB
Surgery: February 16, 2005. - Toronto, Ontario Canada.
Surgeon: Dr. John Craig Fielding   M.D.   F.R.C.S. (C) (416.766.8890)
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Offline anon643

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I think the moobs are part & parcel to your overall appearance right now, & not full-blown gynecomastia.

Why do you think that?

GB

you think i'm full blown?

Offline anon643

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guess all i can do is wait and see

Offline sickman

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  • moobs aint cool.
loose some weight man

Offline matthew1

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 man, your a hairy chewbacca lookin dude,
          I agree, loose  some pounds and see  how it goes from there

Offline anon643

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you guys have any suggestions about what to do at the gym? lately i do like 35-45 mins (depending on how i feel) of cardio. I read some posts how exercise your pec's make the situation worse. Then I came across some site where a trainer said to workout your  your upper pec's. For some reason i had a feeling that this guy had no clue what he was talking about. It makes sense, kinda , but i see no results of people who have tried this anywhere. Anyways i'm gonna update this thread when i hit 200, right now 240, then i'll update it again when i hit 170-180. If the chest is still this bad then, i'll be getting the surgery i think.

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wish i knew if i had true gyne, or pseudo. At the moment i'm kinda scared to start working out my chest at the gym.  So afraid all the work i put in might make things worse.

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diet has been good, i actually consult with a nutrionist so, the weight is coming off, slowly but surely. Excersize i do like 45 mins cardio but I haven't done any resistance training. I am very worried about pectoral excersizes. Myabe i should just stick to upper chest? can that still make things worse if you have gland?


 

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