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Hi, I'm new. Advice? Help? Eh?
« on: June 04, 2008, 09:31:10 AM »
Well, I've had a problem with my "puffy nipples" for only about 3 or 4 years.

I'm only 15 right now, and I'm around 130 lbs.

It started back in 7th grade. I can remember because I had gym in school, and if I had it, I most likely wouldn't have taken off my shirt. Then in 8th grade and, this year, 9th grade (THANK GOD IT'S OVER TODAY) I had gym and never took my shirt off.

My nipples are just like puffed out and there seems to be nothing in there.
Once, my brother seen me without my shirt about a year ago and called me, "Puff titty." You know, like puff daddy or diddy, the rapper.
Since then, I haven't had my shirt off in front of family or anybody.
I told my mom that I have gyno, thinking she wouldn't know what it meant. But, she said she did, and didn't say anything about it.

Do I have gyno? And, should I ask my mom for help? It's VERY ANNOYING.
My brother is always having his shirt off and his chest looks perfect, and it makes me wonder why I got to have this problem.


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Re: Hi, I'm new. Advice? Help? Eh?
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2008, 09:59:27 AM »
Do I have gyno? And, should I ask my mom for help? It's VERY ANNOYING.
My brother is always having his shirt off and his chest looks perfect, and it makes me wonder why I got to have this problem.

I suppose many guys ask the same question... 'Why me?'  Unfortunately, there's no answer to the question. You've got it and you have to deal with it. It either goes away on its own naturally, or you have it surgically removed.

In your case though, waiting a year or two longer to finish puberty and to give it chance of going away naturally is a good idea... Then, if you still have it, you man want to consider surgery...

GB

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Re: Hi, I'm new. Advice? Help? Eh?
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2008, 10:12:24 AM »
Yeah man. I hear ya. I've been dealing with it for 2 years now, and I think I'm doing all right with it.

That's what I'm going to have to do. Well, I have no money to get surgery, so that's gonna be a bitch.

THANKS

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Re: Hi, I'm new. Advice? Help? Eh?
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2008, 10:46:25 AM »
Yeah, at 15, money can be an issue...  :-\

Well, best thing to do is to tell your mom and/or dad now of your condition. That way, it won't come as a 'surprise' to them, when and if you ask them for financial help to have it removed... kwim dude?

Are u in the US?

GB

Re: Hi, I'm new. Advice? Help? Eh?
« Reply #4 on: June 04, 2008, 04:42:33 PM »
Its always a question of why me but as we sit here talking about gyno theres others on other sites complainning about small penises and extremely large feet or big front teeth or ridiculously hary body. No one is perfect even the movie stars do the exact same thing,the human body has never been perfection(not in our eyes) even though it might work really well.


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