How To Know What Caused Your Breast Enlargement ?
Gynecomastia should always be diagnosed by a doctor and never self-diagnose it. Your family doctor or a general physician can do a physical examination and confirm it is best to see a doctor who specialises in gynecomastia treatment and surgery. These are medical professionals who see men like you on a daily basis and there is absolutely nothing you have to be ashamed of in seeing a doctor. Almost all gynecomastia doctors offer an initial complimentary consultation and I encourage e you to make use of that opportunity. Below is an illustration of one way a doctor may diagnose gynecomastia.
The patient lies flat on his back with his hands clasped beneath his head. Using the separated thumb and forefinger, the examiner slowly brings the fingers together from either side of the breast. In patients with true gynecomastia, a rubbery or firm mound of tissue that is concentric with the nipple–areolar complex is felt. In patients with pectoral or chest fat or pseudogynecomastia, no such disk or tissue is found.
Yes, you read it correct and you should not self-diagnose it for two reasons. First, the above illustration and diagnosis approach was given to you for information purposes only and you cannot for sure say what you have is in fact, gynecomastia until it has been confirmed by a doctor. The second reason is to avoid confirmation bias which is the tendency to interpret possible evidence as confirmation of one’s existing beliefs. So if you have already confirmed that what you have is gynecomastia, there is a high chance of error if you self-diagnose. The bottom line is that do not self-diagnose it and always have a doctor do it for you.
Difference Between Gynecomastia And Pseudogynecomastia During Physical Examination
|Gynecomastia or Breast Tissue||Pseudo gynecomastia or Chest Fat|
|A mass under the nipple area of the breast with or without pain when touched or squeezed.||Breast enlargement involves the both breasts equally and evenly, without pain during palpation.|
What Is Gynexin ?
Gynexin is a chest fat burner manufactured and marketed by Zudker Group for breast reduction in men. One of the common misconceptions that I have seen about this product is that it is for gynecomastia or breast tissue growth. In the case of genuine gynecomastia, breast enlargement must be due to excessive breast tissue growth. So you might ask why is Gynexin marketed as a supplement for gynecomastia and the following is the reason.
The classification of breast enlargement into gynecomastia (breast enlargement due to excessive breast tissue) and pseudogynecomastia (breast enlargement due to excessive pectoral) fat is for the sake of clarity. In most cases of breast enlargement in men, it is often a mix of breast tissue and chest fat and so in that sense, gynecomastia has a chest fat element. The general population also think that all breast enlargement is gynecomastia and these are the two main reasons why Gynexin is advertised and marketed as for gynecomastia.
How Do I Know It Will Not Work For Gynecomastia ?
You simply have to look at the ingredients to find out what exactly they do and you will understand that the ingredients in Gynexin are fat burners as well as metabolism boosters that speed up fat loss. Another reason is that currently, there are no over the counter pills for gynecomastia that does not require a prescription. Are there any pills that can be used for gynecomastia ? Yes there are and they are called Selective Estrogen receptor Modulators (SERM) and Aromatise Inhibitors (AI). These are very strong drugs that are prescribed for breast cancer patients to arrest their breast tissue growth so that the cancer does not come back. They have very strong negative side effects. The ingredients of Gynexin does not include any SERM or AI as they are controlled drugs.
Gynexin Review – Frequently Asked Questions
I have compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about Gynexin in this section that includes medication conflicts, claims about its success rate as well as details about money back guarantee if Gynexin does not work for you.
What Can I Do To Reduce My Chest ?
There are a few things that you can do to reduce your chest size. Almost all cases of breast enlargement is a mix of breast tissue (genuine gynecomastia) and chest fat (pseudogynecomastia or lipomastia) and if you have above than normal BMI (Body Mass Index), this is definitely the case. The fastest option is to go for breast reduction surgery by an experienced surgeon. Surgery will get rid of the breast tissue by excision (surgical technique) and pectoral fat by liposuction (surgical technique). This is expensive and your chances of getting your insurance provider to pay for it are slim to none.
The other option will be to get rid of your chest fat and that will make a significant reduction. The breast tissue that forms one part of your enlarged breasts will be still there but once the pectoral fat part is gone, it will have less negative visual impact on your chest. To get rid of pectoral fat without surgery, you have to reduce fat intake, do workouts to lose chest fat and if you want faster results, you can also use a chest fat burner like Gynectrol which is widely used in the fitness community.