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Offline secretgyne

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So I had gyne since 17 years old. I'm 23 now. Never went to beach, never swim, refused to train, any exercices that could show were out of mind. Back pains, because I curve my back too much so nobody sees. Had difficulties with women since I couldn't remove my shirt.

This week, I saw a doctor for the first time. He said it was gyne, and handed me a paper to take a rendez-vous at the hospital to see a specialist. He said I will need an operation. It's okay for me, I'm now willing to do it, not afraid anymore, for I am tired of always hiding myself. This week I plan to go to the hospital. I will post more as things go forward for me :).

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A doctor said "you need an operation"?

That is very unusal for gynecomastia.

Doctor usually give you options not a flat statement "you need an operation".

Offline pirate4225

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A doctor said "you need an operation"?

That is very unusal for gynecomastia.

Doctor usually give you options not a flat statement "you need an operation".


Not entirely true, In fact my family physician also has told me to get the surgery done (he said it was highly recommended and even booked me an appointment wwith a specialist), i dont know what reason but hey im not complaining....doctors orders!  8)

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Yeah my dctor also said that it would only go away with surgery.

Offline 2Big2Long

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Back pains, because I curve my back too much so nobody sees.:).
Hey Secret,  Please do something about it.  Don't let your back suffer.  I'm 42 and been hiding it as well for 30 years.  My back is paying dearly for all the slouching.  My back is very curved and I am in constant pain and my arms and hands fall asleep all the time.  Good luck man!

Offline secretgyne

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Yes, I'm in Canada, and as far as I know, operations for gyne here are free. Part of the free medical insurance. I feel lucky for this.

My back starts to hurt too. It's one of the reasons to push me to do it. This, my girlfriend who wants me to go swim with her at beaches, friends at pools, etc. So many reasons :-)

I plan to go to the hospital to see a specialist this week :-). I'm so happy I decided to make a move, been suffering for so long.

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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Yes, I'm in Canada, and as far as I know, operations for gyne here are free. Part of the free medical insurance. I feel lucky for this.

Medical insurance, if you are referring to government funded plans, are not free. We pay for them via our taxes.

John.

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 Grandpa Bambu

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A doctor said "you need an operation"?

That is very unusal for gynecomastia.

Doctor usually give you options not a flat statement "you need an operation".

Doc Fielding did with me. He had a look at my moobs as said that I needed the surgery to remove the Gyne.

John.
« Last Edit: August 01, 2005, 11:35:54 AM by Bambu »

Offline Grandpa Bambu

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I plan to go to the hospital to see a specialist this week :-). I'm so happy I decided to make a move, been suffering for so long.

Good luck Dude!   ;)

Grandpa Bambu....


 

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