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Offline tedhasboobs

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In the last few months I have noticed my body hair moving to more of a female type.
I have much less leg, groin, and armpit hair that I did recently. My chest hair is about the same, but growing slower.

Linkback: https://www.gynecomastia.org/forum/index.php?topic=31554.0
I'm Ted, and I have boobs.

Offline TigerPaws

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In the last few months I have noticed my body hair moving to more of a female type.
I have much less leg, groin, and armpit hair that I did recently. My chest hair is about the same, but growing slower.
Hum.... My post seems to have disappeared. Oh Well here it is again.

Please see an Endocrinologist, especially if you are experiencing additional secondary female traits. There are many reasons for a reduction in body hair, if you are also experiencing some breast development or tenderness see a specialist as soon as possible.

If you have a Lady who you have been with for a while ask her if you smell different, this is another sign of a hormone change.

My system went full Estrogen dependent because of treatment for an enlarged Prostate. Direct Estrogen injections along with Testosterone suppressing medications 100% solved my Prostate issues but left me with full firm distinctly 38D female breasts. Additionally my body hair thinned and some all but disappeared along with a number of other distinctly female secondary physical traits.

You really should see someone who specializes and understands what you are going through because there are some serious conditions which mimic Estrogen dominance.  

Offline tedhasboobs

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Been growing boobs for about 5 years now.

Offline TigerPaws

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Been growing boobs for about 5 years now.
Have you been to an Endocrinologist who is familar wiGyneocomastia? If not get to obe ASAP, you may have an underlying medical condition which could ne serious.


Offline aboywithgirls

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I have been in a T and E battle most of my life. E has been the dominant hormone. Very little body hair,36G breasts, wide hips and round butt. For me the doctors agreed that it was best to do nothing when I was younger. They all.said that it should correct itself. 
Well, now, I have to wear a bra all the time just to keep the "girls " from running wild all day. I also have to shop for my slacks and jeans in the ladies department. Not to mention going to the Breast Care Center every six months because of the medicines I'm on.
So definitely get things rolling and find the best specialist you can get.
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Offline tedhasboobs

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Yeah, I know I need to see a dr about it. Got bigger health issues right now though.
GP has noticed the boobs for sure, but has not mentioned it.
The wife likes the reduction in hair though.

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More breast growth and less body hair. I  can relate.  Another year goes by and I go up another cup size. I  think that there are more and.more of us that are becoming and.more sensitive to the effects of estrogen in our food and medications. 

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More breast growth and less body hair. I  can relate.  Another year goes by and I go up another cup size. I  think that there are more and.more of us that are becoming and.more sensitive to the effects of estrogen in our food and medications.
Agreed, Phytoestrogens are almost everywhere from the food we eat to the soap we use, in some cases even in the water we drink, cook and wash with.

The effects are cumulative.

As a suggestion if you are Estrogen dominate then consult a knowledgeable Endocrinologist regarding your situation. Sometimes it is is advisable to switch sides rather than fight a loosing battle.  


 

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