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Does Gynecomastia Surgery Last Forever?

Does gynecomastia surgery last forever

Can your man boobs return after gynecomastia surgery?

Gynecomastia patients often ask the question ” Does my gynecomastia surgery results last forever?” The simple answer is that it rarely returns.  There are, however, a few exceptions.

Usually, the Gynecomastia condition is not a permanent situation. It typically appears during early adolescence and undergoes a series of stages of inflammation, tenderness, and finally resolution. The resolution stage is final in 2 years. If the gynecomastia doesn’t resolve by this time frame, it becomes permanent. If gynecomastia surgery (male breast reduction) is required, it is a permanent solution and lasts forever. There are a few exceptions explained below.

The Causes of Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia occurs in boys or men when their breast tissue enlarges or overdevelops. The breasts grow larger than normal and are sometimes uneven. Often, the condition occurs during puberty, but it can happen at any age.

There are numerous causes of gynecomastia, including:

  • Side effects from certain medications
  • Use of illicit drugs
  • Certain diseases and medical conditions, including liver disease, kidney disease, and testicular cancer

However, gynecomastia is often idiopathic, meaning the cause is unclear.

Most cases of gynecomastia aren’t permanent. Before opting for male breast reduction surgery, a patient should take certain preliminary steps to find the cause of the condition. Some causes will resolve on their own over time.

If the condition is from taking a certain medication, they should stop taking it or switch to something else if possible. If it is from a hormone imbalance, an endocrinologist can treat the cause. Boys going through puberty should also wait until they enter young adulthood to see if the condition resolves itself. The same is true for men who are obese and currently losing weight. Reaching a normal weight could resolve the condition naturally.

Treating a known cause or waiting for the condition to resolve itself is typically the first line of treatment. Most health professionals consider gynecomastia surgery as the last resort after other treatments fail. However, some patients opt for a fast solution instead of waiting the condition out.

What Causes Gynecomastia recurrence?

Gynecomastia surgery in San Francisco

Complete removal of gynecomastia tissue.

One of the most common reasons for male breast reduction surgery revision is not breast tissue recurrence, but incomplete glandular breast tissue removal. This could be due to a surgeon who is inexperienced and did not remove the glandular breast tissue completely. In this specific case, the glandular tissue and excess fatty tissue can be stimulated by medications like anabolic steroids or the fat tissue can be stimulated by weight gain.

Options for Breast Tissue Recurrence?

Unfortunately, the only option for glandular tissue recurrence or failure to remove the glandular tissue initially is re-operation. The surgery can be performed through the same incision and the recovery is similar. If the re-growth is due to fatty tissue or psuedogynecomastia, liposuction can be performed. This is a shorter recovery. Plastic surgeons can select the best gynecomastia procedure for you.

Making the Decision for Gynecomastia Surgery

Does gynecomastia surgery last forever

Discussing the decision for gynecomastia surgery.

Sometimes, male breast enlargement doesn’t go away. Long-lasting breast enlargement can lead to discomfort and chafing of the breast tissue. It may also make boys and men the target of bullying. The condition may affect their self-confidence, driving them to seek a solution through gynecomastia surgery.

One of the most common questions from gynecomastia patients is whether the surgery lasts forever. The short answer is “yes,” gynecomastia surgery is curative. However, there are some exceptions to the rule.

During surgery, the surgeon removes the excess breast tissue, and the remaining tissue usually doesn’t grow back. However, some factors can lead to a recurrence of the condition.

Gynecomastia that results from the use of medications, hormones, or anabolic steroids could lead to a recurrence post-surgery. If the patient must continue taking the medication or hormones post-surgery, it is much more likely that the condition will recur.

Gaining weight after surgery is another potential cause. Although excess fat is removed during surgery, a good surgeon leaves some tissue in place to create a natural male shape. Gaining weight causes the remaining fat cells to enlarge, possibly causing the condition to recur. When that happens, it may or may not be as severe as it was previously.

The use of liposuction has made removing breast tissue a less invasive procedure. The development of new technology has given skilled surgeons a tool that improves chest wall contouring. Gynecomastia surgery is usually performed as an outpatient and takes 2-3 hours to complete. Most patients experience little to no pain and a short, gentle recovery time.

Finding a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

 

Male breast reduction is one of the simpler procedures performed by a plastic surgeon. However, you should choose a surgeon with the experience and skills to get the results you want. The American Board of Plastic Surgery recommends looking for a surgeon with these three factors:

  1. Skills and Experience – In performing gynecomastia surgery specifically.
  2. Certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery – Certification is voluntary and it ensures the surgeon has completed the required training and exams for all plastic surgery procedures.
  3. A History of Good Results – Patient testimonials are the best way to learn how other patients feel about their results.

Why Choose Dr. Delgado for Gynecomastia Surgery?

Dr. Miguel Delgado is a board-certified plastic surgeon who has treated thousands of males with gynecomastia. He is world-renowned for his authority on gynecomastia and is also the medical director of Gynecomastia.org, the largest forum for gynecomastia in the world.

Adam Alkhato, a previous patient of Dr. Delgado, says, “If you are looking for the most conclusive and exclusive gynecomastia private surgical experience in the North West, Dr. Delgado cannot be matched.”

If you are considering male reduction surgery, contact our office at 415-942-9286 or request a virtual consultation on our website.

Gynecomastia May Indicate a Serious Health Condition

Before and After gynecomastia surgery in San Francisco

                                           Before and After Gynecomastia Surgery

For the majority of men with gynecomastia, having male breasts are mostly a benign condition and pose no health concerns. But, the psychological impact can be devastating and impact self-esteem.

Gynecomastia and Health Concerns

However, some serious health conditions may cause gynecomastia; men with moobs should seek medical evaluation.

Some of the serious conditions known to cause gynecomastia are:

• Liver disease

The liver has many functions including clearing excess hormones from the body. If there is liver damage and estrogen is not metabolized correctly, it can lead to the development of breasts in men.

• Kidney Disease

Hormonal imbalance can occur with impaired renal function. With decreased testosterone and an increase of estrogen, man boobs may result. A kidney transplant can reverse the problem, but some drugs used after a kidney transplant may cause men to have breast development.

• Malnutrition

Prolonged starvation can cause temporary moobs. When malnourished men have lower testosterone, some systems increase function before others when a man returns to a normal diet. This phenomenon was noted when World War II prisoners of war came home.

• Male Hypogonadism:

When the testicles don’t produce enough testosterone the ratio to estrogen will be skewed with the probable result of man boobs. This could be a problem with the testes, the pituitary gland, or the hypothalamus.

• Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)

If a man has gastric carcinoma, large cell carcinoma, or renal cell carcinoma, his hCG levels won’t be normal, and moobs may form.

• Increase of Cortisol Levels:

Your adrenal glands make a steroid hormone called cortisol. Cortisol helps the body respond to stress, fight infections, and regulate blood sugar. Men experiencing a lot of mental stress may have excess cortisol in the body. Men with increased cortisol and estrogen, along with low testosterone will very likely have the development of male breasts.

Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. states there are more conditions can lead to the development of man boobs. As mentioned before, gynecomastia is mostly a benign condition but it can be an indication of other health issues and should be evaluated.

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For any gynecomastia concerns, please contact Dr. Delgado at (415) 898-4161

 

Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Gynecomastia

Body dysmorphic disorder

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is an obsessive-compulsive disorder. BDD is where someone cannot stop thinking about what they perceive as a flaw or defect in their appearance. This flaw appears to others as very minor or non-existent.

People with BDD can’t control their negative thoughts which can cause severe emotional distress. The distress may impact their ability to function in their daily life. They tend to obsess for hours a day which may interfere with school or work. Many will avoid social situations, and they may become very isolated.

Body Dysmorphic Disorder Affects Both Men and Women Almost Equally

Most often BDD develops in the adolescent years and early teens. It affects men and women almost equally. BDD sufferers may focus on any part of their body.  Most commonly they focus on their hair, nose, skin, stomach, or their chest.

BDD may be caused by both environmental and biological factors. Possibly malfunctioning serotonin in the brain, genetic predisposition. Life experiences such as child abuse, or bullying could be to blame for BDD.

Cosmetic Surgery May be Addictive for BDD Sufferers

Some sufferers will attempt to hide their compulsive behavior by camouflaging their flaw with clothing or avoid mirrors. Engaging in excessive grooming, or intense exercise can be a symptom. Others will turn to multiple cosmetic surgeries looking for perfection.

Young men who are going through puberty and develop gynecomastia may experience extreme shame which can lead to low self-esteem. When left unchecked the adolescent boy may find focusing on schoolwork difficult, even failing classes. Interaction with classmates and teachers comes to a halt.

Board certified plastic surgeons are trained to be on the lookout for patients with unrealistic expectations versus patients with a healthy perception of what results they can expect. There is a big difference between low self-esteem and BDD for the gynecomastia patient. For those who are experiencing low self-esteem, corrective male breast reduction surgery can be a life-changing event. For moobs patients with BDD, the expectations of their surgery results will never be met. They will continue to see imperfections, most of which are imagined. It is essential for man boob patients having surgery to have realistic expectations. They need to understand that cosmetic plastic surgery can make tremendous improvements, but will never be perfect.

Moob Surgery or Therapy?

It is the skilled gynecomastia specialist who can communicate with patients to determine if the patient will benefit from surgery or if the patient needs to be managed by cognitive behavioral therapy and perhaps medication.

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Call today for a private consultation with Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. (415) 898-4161 for any gynecomastia concerns. Dr. Delgado advises patients who think they may have BDD to consult with their healthcare provider.

Gynecomastia Do’s and Don’ts

Gynecomastia before and after in San Francisco

                                                 Before and After Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia or male breasts can be an extremely humiliating condition for men. Many men will go to great lengths to be rid of their man boobs.

• Over the Counter Products

We have yet to hear of any product that you can buy that will reduce men’s boobs. The most advertised come in pill form and the only thing that gets reduced will be your wallet. Check the forums on gynecomastia.org and read many comments by men who have tried them.

• Diet and Exercise

Diet and exercise are always recommended but not as a way to reduce male breasts. Unless you have pseudo-gynecomastia (breasts caused by fat only)diet and exercise will not reduce breast tissue. Fat may be reduced but the remaining breast tissue will look even more prominent.

• Taking Hormones

Hormone imbalance is the major cause of breast growth for men. Some men believe if they increase their testosterone level it will reduce their man boobs. This is a big misconception; it can actually increase breast growth as the additional testosterone may get converted into estrogen. Messing with your hormone levels is very risky.

• Compression Vests and Layering of Shirts

For some men they will try to hide their chest by wearing several layers of shirts or wear a compression vest. This may work for some, but the bulkiness will be quite uncomfortable after a time and too hot in the warmer seasons.

• Gaining Weight

In an effort to hide man boobs, some have tried to gain weight with the idea that the breasts won’t be as obvious. This is not a good idea, as the breasts which contain fat cells, will grow bigger as well.

  • Recommendation

What is recommended is for you to consult with a gynecomastia specialist. Most people today know that they should consult with board certified doctors, but in the case of man boobs, you need to go a step further. In addition to being board certified, you want a surgeon who specializes in gynecomastia and has done hundreds of cases, not just a few a year. Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. warns that male breast reduction surgery can be very complex and in the wrong hands you may end up not only dissatisfied but in need of revision surgery. It is best to get it right the first time! When in consultation or even before making an appointment, ask how many cases the doctor does on average each year. View before and after pictures of patients so you can see what type of results you can expect.

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For any gynecomastia concerns you may have, call now (415) 898-4161 for an appointment with Dr. Delgado who has specialized in male breast reduction since 1988.

Gynecomastia and Bad Posture

 

 

hunched shoulders before and after

Note the red line below the breasts in the before surgery picture which is caused by bad posture, is diminishing in the after picture.

Bad Posture Has Consequences

Almost all men with gynecomastia adjust their posture by slouching their shoulders and some even bend their spine to hide their pronounced breasts. Slouching and bending of the spine can have serious consequences, causing misalignment of the skeleton and muscles. Bad posture can lead to back and neck pain, arthritic joints, digestive problems and even breathing complications.

Men with bad posture make them look weak, unconfident, and insecure, affecting personal relationships, and may hamper job prospects. Over time the continuation of hunching over may shorten or lengthen bones and joints and may become permanent.

Cortisol, the “stress hormone”

In addition, bad posture may cause problems with ankles, knees, shoulders, and hips, which will lead to back pain and headaches. Eventually, there will be wear and tear of the joints and ligaments, cartilage, and lead to inflammation. If your body has chronic inflammation, it will produce more cortisol in response to the stress. The energy needed to produce more cortisol will reduce the production of testosterone.

Confidence Improves With Good Posture

When you stand straight, you feel confident, and when you feel confident, you stand straight. Similar to smiling leads to happiness and happiness leads to smiling.

Good posture allows the spine to withstand the pull of gravity and affects energy expenditure, hormone production and quality of life. Correcting posture can be difficult, but when a man has male breast reduction surgery, confidence grows, and he will want to stand tall and proud.

Gynecomastia is a Life-Changing Event

Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. wants his patients to know that having male breast reduction surgery can be a life-changing event, not only giving a man confidence and the freedom to bare his chest but to end physical and mental conditions that affect his quality of life.

If your male breasts have been a source of misery in your life, call now (415) 898-4161 for a consultation with Dr. Delgado and start your road to recovery!

Gynecomastia Marketing Gimmicks – So Buyer Beware!

The three doctors from the "The Doctors Show"

The Doctor’s Show

Gynecomastia marketing gimmicks are seen even on “The Doctors” TV show. The Doctor’s recently aired an episode featuring a gynecomastia patient who had a BodyTite treatment for male breast reduction. BodyTite is a duel treatment combining liposuction with radiofrequency energy that melts fat and tightens skin at the same time. Liposuction and radio-frequency will not solve your gynecomastia condition. The treatment of male breast enlargement is gynecomastia surgery with fat and gland reduction.

Marketing Gimmicks to treat Gynecomastia Pills

There are many gimmicks out there in the public who promise many things only to take your money. Some of the most common are pill supplements that are sold online, such as “Gynexin and Gynectrol” are gynecomastia pills that can reduce fat but not the breast gland. These gynecomastia pills are sold as gynecomastia busters! These are just a few supplements mentioned.

Different Liposuction Devices

There are many different types of liposuction, such as; tumescent liposuction, ultrasound, Vaser, or other laser-assisted devices, and each has multiple catchy names. Intensive marketing has inflated claims that make for a lot of confusion for potential patients trying to figure out what treatment would be best for them. Liposuction and these devices are the “gold standard” for removing fat from any place on the body, including the chest if it is pseudogynecomastia. However, it will not remove the gynecomastia breast gland tissue.

Miguel Delgado, M.D., stated that over 45% of his gynecomastia practice is revision surgery for men who have had their first surgery done by another surgeon. Many of these surgeons used liposuction alone and did not surgically remove the breast tissue. Breast tissue is too dense to be removed by liposuction effectively, no matter what is claimed. So, for true gynecomastia, the gland must be removed or reduced for an excellent outcome.

The Gold Standard for Gynecomastia Surgery

Liposuction with surgical excision remains the gold standard for gynecomastia treatment. For “true” gynecomastia, there are no shortcuts. However, patients who have “pseudogynecomastia,” which is male breast enlargement caused by fat alone, liposuction can be a good option.

Dr. Delgado uses a different technique for skin tightening that gives better results than radio-frequency devices. To contract the skin, he applies controlled heat directly to the underlying surface (subcutaneous tissue) to avoid surgical excision of loose skin. Also, the skin can be sutured higher in the chest for an internal lift. A secondary, peri-areolar lifting can be done in the two-stage procedure.

Choose Your Surgeon Wisely!

The surgeon performing liposuction is more important than the actual liposuction device. Regardless of the type of liposuction used, for “true gynecomastia,” surgical excision of the breast tissue is necessary.

Call today (415) 898-4161 for an appointment with Dr. Delgado, who is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery and has specialized in gynecomastia since 1989.

Grades of Gynecomastia, the Univeral Standard Evaluation of the Condition

Grades of gynecomastia are classified into four categories. The grades are determined by the volume of breast tissue and skin laxity.

Half of all men or more will have to deal with gynecomastia or male breast enlargement at some point in their life. One of the major causes of breast enlargement is for young men as they go through puberty. Fortunately for most, their breasts will return to normal within a couple of months to a couple of years. For others, surgery may be the only solution.

Adolescent gynecomastia in San Francisco

This 21-year-old young man suffers from adolescent gynecomastia. He underwent glandular excision and suction-assisted lipectomy. His goal was to “reduce my puffy nipples.”

The Severity of Gynecomastia Varies

Gynecomastia comes in several degrees of severity. It can also affect one or both breasts. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), there are four grades to help with identification.

• Grade I: severity mild, localized tissue felt just below the areola
• Grade II: severity mild to high, breast enlargement exceeds the boundaries of the areola without excess skin
• Grade III: severity high and visible, exceeding the boundaries of the areola with excess skin
• Grade IV: severity high and visibly feminine with excess skin

Gynecomastia affects each patient differently. In addition to various sizes and severity, the shape of the breasts may differ, and in some cases may be of conical shape. For some men, each breast may develop differently. A male breast reduction specialist is able to make the breasts of equal size.

Gynecomastia Causes Emotional Problems

Gynecomastia is not physically dangerous; however, it can be the cause of low self-esteem and other emotional problems. Finding a gynecomastia specialist can be a challenge, do your homework, make sure your surgeon is board certified in plastic surgery, and view many before and after pictures, and read online reviews.

With the different grades of gynecomastia, men need to realize the surgery is not one size fits all. Each case is individual and the approach for surgery must be customized. The cost of surgery will vary depending on the complexity of the case.

Contact a Gynecomastia Specialist!

If you are in the Bay Area, call Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. at (415) 898-4161  for any gynecomastia issues. Dr. Delgado has been treating men with male breasts since 1989; his reputation has grown nationwide and worldwide. Many men travel from all parts of the United States and around the world to see Dr. Delgado, see the generous travel package offered to his patients.

Can Breasts Grow Back After Gynecomastia Surgery?

Before and After gynecomastia surgery in San Francisco

                                        Before and After Gynecomastia Surgery

A big concern for some men considering male breast reduction surgery is “will their breasts grow back?” This is a valid concern as it is difficult enough to decide to have surgery only to have the male breasts come back. In most cases, the results are permanent. However, there are instances that “man boobs” may return.

Not All Tissue and Fat Are Removed

True gynecomastia is treated by surgically removing most of the breast tissue and fat, however, some remains to give a sculpted chest and support the areola. It is the small amount that remains that could be a potential problem in the future.

If surgery is done for a young adolescent, male breasts may return because hormones are still stimulating overgrowth. Body builders know gynecomastia is a risk if they use anabolic steroids and they realize man boobs may return if they continue to use steroids after surgery, some choose to use drugs to block estrogenic effects.

Factors That Cause Man Boobs to Return

Patients who frequently use marijuana may find their male breasts return after surgery if they resume use. Another possible factor for breasts returning is if the patient should gain a lot of weight. Even though the fat cells that were removed won’t come back, the remaining fat cells could become enlarged. Other factors that may cause breasts to return could be certain medications or having a hormonal imbalance. Uncommon, but possible is scar tissue buildup.

To determine the probability of regrowth of breasts, finding the original cause can help in preventing recurrence after surgery. The main cause is puberty; but the breasts usually disappear after the teenage years on their own. Besides puberty, the main reasons for male breast growth are:

• Obesity
• Imbalance of testosterone and estrogen levels
• Decrease in testosterone production, common in older men
• Some medications
• Marijuana and other recreational drugs
• Psychological stress

Idiopathic Gynecomastia

If any of these conditions can be treated before surgery, it is recommended to do so to prevent regrowth. Unfortunately, the cause of male breasts is not always known; this is referred to as idiopathic gynecomastia.

The good news is that male breasts do not cause any health concerns but do cause a lot of angst for many men, a high percentage will seek surgical correction. Results are almost always long lasting without recurrence, in all the years that Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. has been performing gynecomastia surgery, he has seen very few cases where men have had a recurrence. Dr. Delgado recommends that his gynecomastia patients maintain a healthy lifestyle including exercise and good eating habits.

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If male breasts are disrupting your life, call  Dr. Delgado (415) 898-4161 today for a consultation.

Men Worldwide Suffer from Gynecomastia

San Francisco Gynecomastia

A gynecomastia worldwide trend – This is a 27-year-old man who underwent gland excision and liposuction at Marin Cosmetic Surgery Center. He had 350cc of fat and aspirate removed from his right side and 400cc from the left. He is seen here 2 months after surgery.

Gynecomastia Worldwide-Scottish Data

Cosmetic Surgery for Men in Scotland has been booming and follows the gynecomastia worldwide trend. In the last decade, the number of men undergoing cosmetic surgery has doubled. One of the most popular procedures is gynecomastia, up 13% from 2014. The majority are young men who work out at a gym. Also, men who have had significant weight loss and have been left with sagging skin, seek this corrective surgery. Scotland’s largest cities have a growing number of clinics making elective surgery more available for their population.

Gynecomastia in Singapore

There is an article in Singapore that has been published about a man named David (not his real name) who had gynecomastia. David’s story is a common one that we hear in the United States. He had been suffering from man boobs since his early 20’s; he tried to pass it off as nothing but he had physical discomfort in his chest that he could no longer ignore. He thought he might have heart problems, so he sought medical advice which revealed no medical issues.

David then turned to exercise and weight loss, but his man boobs remained, and the pain persisted. By researching online, David suspected that he had gynecomastia. He found a gynecomastia surgeon who confirmed his suspicion. With the support of his wife, surgery was scheduled. David was thrilled after recovery from his surgery, his chest pain was gone, and he now had a masculine chest. He stated that after 20 years he feels like “a real man.” He now encourages other men to seek gynecomastia surgery and not wait 20 years as he did.

Gynecomastia.org is Worldwide

Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. recommends to his male breast reduction patients to view the website gynecomastia.org.    Gynecomastia.org is the web’s best resource for information on gynecomastia. The site offers forums for men to share stories and ask questions of fellow forum members, and of member board-certified plastic surgeons who specialize in gynecomastia.

Many countries are represented in forums such as; Canada, the U.K., Asia, Australia, South America, the Middle East, and many more. Gynecomastia.org assists men in finding support and surgeons in their area.

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Are you ready to have a normal male chest? Call Dr. Delgado today, (415) 898-4161 for a gynecomastia consultation.

The Best Source on the Internet for Male Breasts, Gynecomastia.org

gynecomastia.org logo

For years, men have suffered silently with a condition known as gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the development of male breasts in many men for a variety of reasons. See the June 2015 blog on causes of gynecomastia. It is believed that at least 60% of men develop enlarged breasts at some point in their life and for some it may be permanent.

San Francisco Psychologist Creates Website

Merle Yost, a popular psychologist who treats men with gynecomastia, understands their plight as he had man boobs since puberty. He discovered that there was very little information available to men to help them understand their condition. He counseled hundreds of men but wanted to reach out beyond his practice. He came up with the idea to create an informational website that has no boundaries. Merle Yost contacted Miguel Delgado, M.D. the San Francisco Bay Area’s well-known gynecomastia specialist to collaborate with him in the endeavor. Thus in 1996, Gynecomastia.org was launched.

In 2010, Merle Yost decided to sell the website as the maintenance was too time-consuming for him. Dr. Delgado took over the site to preserve its high standards.

Invaluable Support for Gynecomastia.org Members

There is no cost to become a member of the site, but registration is required. After registering, members are allowed to be interactive on all the forums. The forums are a safe place for men to ask questions of other members without the fear of embarrassment. The support that men find is invaluable; they no longer feel they have to suffer in silence. The members ask and answer questions, share stories, and give recommendations. They also can ask questions of gynecomastia surgeons who frequent the forums. The surgeons who are members of the site do pay a fee that helps offset the costs of maintaining the site.

Gynecomastia.org offers more than the forums, additionally, there are hundreds of before and after pictures of patients that have had male breast reduction surgery, there are videos, and a directory that lists gynecomastia surgeons in most states, and even outside of the country. You will also find news articles and a blog page.

Through the years, Gynecomastia.org has gained immense popularity, proving the site fills a great need. All the major search engines have the site close to the top of their first page.

Call Today for a Gynecomastia Consultation With Dr. Delgado

Men who have seen Dr. Delgado in consultation comment on how comfortable he makes them feel, his compassion about their condition is obvious. Dr. Delgado’s surgical patients say their only regret is that they did not come and see him sooner!

If you have been putting off a consultation due to embarrassment or shame, you have found the right surgeon. Call today for an appointment with Dr. Delgado at (415) 898-4161 or email [email protected]

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