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Matured scar tissue below my left side nipple

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Matured scar tissue below my left side nipple
« on: June 01, 2013, 01:09:51 PM »
I had a gynecomasita surgery in 2011 but after it done my both chest got flat after few days later it became again puff and after i went to see doctor he prescribed me some tablets and my left side of chest got fully recovered but my right side got recovered somewhat but there's something under my nipple that troubling me.now it has been 2 years since the surgery but it's still there.after went to see my doctor he said both side are perfectly healed and nothing to worry about.but still i can feel something inside my chest and it makes my left side nipple puff.even i still can't wear a t shirt coz left side that abnormal look is seen through the t shirt.i started to lift weight coz of this problems i do bench presses but that thing is still there and it becomes more embarrassing when the muscle built underneath.i'm 5'7 and body weight 120lbs.not fat i have a perfect figure after working out for years except the chest.and i was thinking to a have supplement called animal cuts that it flushes away the water in my body and it can shrink my skin or help me somewhat to get rid of this look.so i'm gonna follow a cutting schedule on my chest.doctors please can you tell me that working out can help me to get rid of this matter ? I'm in a mess.even massaging won't help it seems.

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