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Photos / Re: my gyne
« Last post by SideSet on September 17, 2019, 07:09:32 PM »
It is all breast,  including your milk glands and fat. Your breasts are just like a woman’s. So you have C cup breasts,  which I have read is the modal size for women.  

You really would benefit from a fitting. I know it’s intimidating at first, but more than likely you’ll be made very comfortable and you’ll learn a lot.

I know your bra being visible can be unsettling, but think of it this way: everybody can already see you have breasts like a woman anyhow, so better they see you in a bra than braless.  Most women with your size breasts don’t go out braless as it is a provocative look, and generally not that comfortable because of all the jiggling. 
Photos / Re: my gyne
« Last post by rebcho on September 17, 2019, 05:21:07 PM »
Hi folks,

I have what may be a silly question. What all counts as "breast"?  Standing up,  my breasts seem small and limited to only the glands that project the breast outward from the chest and are firm and dense but If I lean forward, they are significantly larger with the addition of fat or whatever tissue residing in sides and armpit areas. With "swooping and scooping", they fill C cups. but without, they do not come close. is the true size of my breasts the swooped and scooped size, or just the glands projecting without swoop/scoop? I'm very overweight so I'm not sure what all counts as "breast"and I don't have a lady friend to ask about it.

Maybe a professional fitting would answer these questions, but I haven't been able to make that leap yet.

On another note, I was embarrassed as I noticed one day that my sleeping/soft/bra was VERY noticeable under my t-shirt, even under an additional undershirt. nobody said anything to me, but I noticed and it was a bit of a shock to me.  I guess I should get over it, but it's put me off bras a bit. I'm using compression shirts, but are they uncomfortable. Guess I'm being silly about it.
Ask a Doctor / ED & Gynocomastia link?
« Last post by build4life on September 13, 2019, 02:42:47 PM »
This is a question for the doctors but is more endocrine based.

I had pubertal Gyno as a kid that never affected me that much, but it grew due to steroid use when I was older and bodybuilding. I had suffered with some form of ED for many years even when hormones were back in balance and I was in homeostasis.

I decided to get gyno surgery to remove the large amount of glandular tissue that had developed and lipo of the excess chest fat. Coincidentally after I had this surgery my ED magically disappeared almost over night.

Fast forward a little bit and I went back on a steroid cycle and my gyno grew back before i knew it! Unfortunately I was not made aware at the time that a very small amount of glandular tissue has to be left to support the nipple so I was under the assumption that it would be impossible to grow back. Of course I was wrong and now I am better informed.

Anyway........ ironically with the return of the gyno also came the return of the ED!

I have been doing lots of research into this and it seems well known amongst the endocrinology society that breast tissue (fat & glandular) can be production sites for estrogen and prolactin. Now I know most of these studies look at female breast tissue but that is essential what we have!

I am speculating that with the removal of a large amount of glandular and fat tissues that you are bound to have a drop of these two hormones which may have been impeding erectile function.

Have any of you doctors thought about this or think there is some credit to this theory or heard from patients before and after surgery who may have notice this?

I have added a link that shows a study confirming the expression of hormones from glandular and fat tissue within the breast. It also suggests that even with the use of a D2 receptor against that would usually control prolactin secretion would not work in breast tissue.

Just want peoples thoughts?

Prolactin Expression and Secretion by Human Breast Glandular and Adipose Tissue Explants 

Exposure / Re: Told you should wear a bra
« Last post by aboywithgirls on September 13, 2019, 01:27:09 PM »
I know that for me, after 30 years, it has become second nature. It definitely feels weird without a bra.
Exposure / Re: Told you should wear a bra
« Last post by SideSet on September 13, 2019, 07:03:00 AM »
That was really good of her.  I would guess that after 10 years, it has become second nature for both you and her that you wear a bra just like her and other women. 
Europe / Qui est en France ou Europe ?
« Last post by leosud on September 13, 2019, 05:21:05 AM »
Bonjour, ya t'il des collègues aux poitrines développeées en France ?
J'ai vraiment le sentiment d'être le seul :o
Exposure / Re: Told you should wear a bra
« Last post by Charlie219 on September 13, 2019, 01:54:16 AM »
Yes Sideset she measured me the first time over 10 years ago, back then I was a B cup. Now I wear a 42c, it has mostly for comfort and support.
Exposure / Re: Told you should wear a bra
« Last post by SideSet on September 12, 2019, 10:33:01 PM »
 How wonderful she recognized that your C cup size breasts belong in a bra  and that she wanted you to wear a bra.  Did she say it was for support or appearance or both? What kind of bra(s) She get you? Did she measure you? 
Gynecomastia Talk / Going back work
« Last post by Slayers on September 12, 2019, 08:15:22 PM »
how long can i expect to be out of work after surgery. I do have a moderately physical job. A package delivery driver.
Exposure / Re: Told you should wear a bra
« Last post by Charlie219 on September 12, 2019, 07:04:34 PM »
It was my wife that first suggested that I wear a bra. We owned a small business and it was just the two of us that worked in our shop so I wore one ever day. Then I got a job in a large plant and can only wear one at home or out and about, just not to work. I am a 42c but I work with uneducated morons so wearing a bra would mean they would make my life a living hell. Even though the leader of these children has larger breast than I do. Thank God for my wife! She is my rock in all things.
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