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What Are The Causes Of Gynecomastia?

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Men develop excess breast tissue or gynecomastia due to hormonal imbalances, obesity, or use of certain drugs. This common male breast disorder affects about 50 to 65 percent of boys and men worldwide. By removing extra localized fat and skin, gynecomastia treatment in Manhattan reduces male breast enlargement and results in a more masculine chest.

Is Overweight a Reason For Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia can be caused by hormonal abnormalities also and not just due to obesity. Typically, a physical examination by a doctor can determine whether or not swollen breasts in males are caused by real gynecomastia, but occasionally more testing is necessary. Men can have enlarged breasts due to medical problems that disrupt the body’s hormonal balance. When males reach puberty or as they age, true gynecomastia (enlargement of breast tissue) in men is not unusual and can be found in healthy, normal youth. Men can have enlarged breasts due to medical problems that disrupt the body’s hormonal balance.

However, obesity and weight increase are the two biggest risk factors for the growth of fatty tissue in the breast area. Gynecomastia may even become more obvious following weight loss because the additional glandular tissue is no longer encircled by extra fatty tissue.

To know more about the benefits of gynecomastia treatment read: Benefits of Gynecomastia Treatment

Other Factors That Can Cause Gynecomastia

  • Steroids: Synthetic testosterone-based illegal testosterone treatments are sometimes used to bulk up or improve performance which can promote breast development. While some of these do not convert to estrogen, those that do can stimulate breast growth in a manner similar to that of a genuine testosterone therapy. It’s also not a good idea to use a medication that prevents the conversion of testosterone to estrogen because estrogen is still necessary for men’s bone health, sexual function, and control of body fat.
  • Drugs for Hair Loss and Other Conditions: A variety of drugs, including those for hair loss, cite gynecomastia as a potentially uncommon side effect. Other medications used to treat liver illness and heartburn can also block testosterone receptors, producing an anti-testosterone action that can cause gynecomastia.
  • Undiscovered Tumors: The production of hormones can be impacted by a variety of malignancies, including testicular and pituitary tumors. Gynecomastia may develop if your body produces either too much estrogen or insufficient testosterone. You may also be familiar with HCG because it’s frequently used as a “natural” weight-loss or testosterone-boosting supplement, but HCG injections can have an impact on estrogen production, which can lead to breast development.

Fat buildup in the male chest can cause distress and embarrassment. The good news is that there is a safe and effective way to address the condition: male breast reduction surgery.

Plastic surgeons in Manhattan use the Smartlipo Triplex device to perform the breast reduction procedure. Smartlipo laser liposuction blends the power of three laser wavelengths (1440, 1064 and 1320 nm) that work to rapidly dissolve fat, coagulate tissue, and tighten the surrounding skin. This minimally invasive liposuction procedure comes with  benefits such as minimal bleeding or swelling and fast recovery. Smartlipo’s three intelligent delivery systems – SmartSenseTM, ThermaViewTM, and ThermaGuideTM – distribute the laser energy in the proper proportion and guard against overtreatment, providing great body contouring and skin tightening results.

Laser-assisted liposuction for male breast reduction is a minimally invasive procedure that requires little recovery time. Gynecomastia treatment in Manhattan, NYC, helps to improve the shape and look of the chest and enhance the overall body profile. The procedure can provide immediate and long-lasting results when performed by an experienced plastic surgeon.

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