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User Photos / Re: Do I have gynecomastia?
« Last post by MarcoB on Yesterday at 06:20:03 PM »
Just by looking at you when you come in brawl us [...]
I take it you're using voice recognition.  ;D  In case anyone was puzzled by this like I was when I first read it, it should be "braless," not "brawl us."
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User Photos / Re: Do I have gynecomastia?
« Last post by paulpark21 on Yesterday at 12:29:54 PM »
Go to U Tube and look up bra fitting.  That should get you into the ball park
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User Photos / Re: Do I have gynecomastia?
« Last post by SideSet on Yesterday at 12:00:13 PM »
I would suggest you try starting with a B cup.  I have no idea about band size.

I think you’ll find that you’ll feel much more comfortable with the support of a bra, and look much better with everything nicely held in place and no more nipples showing through your tops.

It’s good that you are going to start wearing a bra. Your best course of action is to go into a store, get fitted, and try on.

Just by looking at you when you come in braless, the sales associate will know that you need to wear a bra and looking for bras for yourself.  Most likely, she will be extra sensitive and attentive. 
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Acceptance / Re: 15 - dealing with my breasts
« Last post by Bridge on Yesterday at 11:38:12 AM »
Bailey,

  It appears that you are at the point of trying to hold things firm and be the least noticeable.  There are options out there with the many bra choices available.  It sounds like your mum in her efforts to help at this time didn't and perhaps couldn't go to the lengths needed to get you a bra that would work best for your body type and gender.  Perhaps after the coronavirus settles down you will be able to go out and find something at a store selling a wider selection of bras that will work better for you. One that is less "out there" and more of a minimizer bra might be available for you.  I have found many of the back issues is from poor posture as I, and others, tend to slouch to allow our shirts to fall aver our chest more.  Please look for something that will allow you to stand, walk and sit with proper posture with minimal projection.

  As for those you see friends, mates etc. Don't let their words, looks and comments in anyway injure your spirit.  You are you. Period.  Be true to yourself and be strong.  Don't let their Ignorance of this matter affect you.  Sounds like you are in a good place with family and a few friends.
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User Photos / Re: Do I have gynecomastia?
« Last post by BruceC on April 05, 2020, 10:42:41 PM »
Any guesstimates on a bra size ?
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Fat and Gynecomastia / Re: I'm glad I'm not alone
« Last post by SideSet on April 05, 2020, 08:27:38 AM »
In the meantime, you need to wear a bra
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Exposure / Re: Doctors
« Last post by walt on April 05, 2020, 12:22:05 AM »
Hello , my Endo Dr told me that being i wear a bra i really need to be properly fitted , he said too many of his patients wear the wrong size bra , so i asked  him how many male patients of his wear a bra and he said a handfull. I have had 2 mamo`s and ultrasounds as cancers run in the family .That was for both the Girls and the jewels.I  am a 48-C/D bra Best Wishes and stay well.
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Fat and Gynecomastia / Re: I'm glad I'm not alone
« Last post by walt on April 05, 2020, 12:05:18 AM »
Hello , no not alone , i am a 48C/D cup bra, and they sag i can put a fat marker under them and it stays. like you no surgery i have some health issues, but  my wife is supportive of my bra wearing but that took some time.My Daughter goes bra shopping with me but i do on my own mostly. So what ever you do or decide we here have all been through the wringer at one point or another. Best Wishes and stay Well.
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Gynecomastia Talk / Re: gynecomastia or fat
« Last post by JohannK on April 04, 2020, 05:28:18 PM »
I couldn't really look at those oversized pictures, but puffy nipples are a sign of gyne.  Simply put, they're puffy because of the glands pushing them out.  It's also normal for them to contract when colder.  If it is gyne (as SideSet asked, do you feel glands behind your nipples?), then no amount of weight loss will make them disappear.  It can only make them more prominent as you lose surrounding fat (that said, I'm by no means encouraging people to be fat, as the health risks are far worse than living with prominent breasts).  The same goes for building your pectoral muscles, which will simply push your breasts (yes, that's what they are) further out.  Fat can be burned (it won't be easy and in some cases can even cause the glands to grow further), but surgery is the only way to get rid of developed glands.
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Gynecomastia Talk / Re: gynecomastia or fat
« Last post by Uatcha on April 04, 2020, 05:04:30 PM »
My nipples go smaller when it’s cold when it’s warm my nipples are puffy. 

What can I do to get rid of my man boobs what’s the best option for me I am going on holiday next year also on a cruise and want to look good what’s the best thing for me to do. 
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