There are more fictions and myths than facts floating around on the internet regarding various procedures. Gynecomastia is often a butt of cruel jokes and unhelpful suggestion. The truth is, only gynecomastia surgery can fix this and the best way to do it is start by distinguishing facts from myths. So today we will be busting some common misconceptions and Gynecomastia myths for you.
- Can exercise breakdown gynecomastia
Exercise can give you a fit and healthy body but won’t help you get rid of Gynecomastia. Gynecomastia surgery reduces breast size, flattens and enhances the chest contours. In severe cases of Gynecomastia, the weight of excess breast tissue may cause the breasts to sag and stretch the areola (the dark skin surrounding the nipple). In such cases, the position and size of the areola can be surgically improved and excess skin may be reduced. Plastic surgery to correct Gynecomastia is technically called Reduction Mammaplasty.
- Will gynecomastia go away naturally
No Gynecomastia will not go away naturally; neither can medicine or exercises cure it. This is not a health hazard but just something that can lead to embarrassment and shame. Gynecomastia surgery can help a person be free of gynecomastia for good.
- What is the difference between chest fat and gynecomastia?
Chest fat, unlike gynecomastia, will respond to exercise and diet. Chest fat will either go away on its own or will disappear after vigorous exercises and workouts. However, gynecomastia does not respond to either of this. Gynecomastia is treatable by gynecomastia surgery.
- Is it normal for a guy to have puffy areolas?
No, it is not normal for men to have puffy areolas. However, it needs to be understood that this, not a health hazard. This can be treated with a daycare, keyhole stitchless surgery.
- Will gynecomastia return post-surgery?
Gynecomastia, when performed with a combination of excision and liposuction, gives a better and long lasting result. In some cases, where the only liposuction has been the use, the fat might return.
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