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Men Worldwide Suffer from Gynecomastia

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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.

Scottish Men Have Gynecomastia

Cosmetic Surgery for men in Scotland has been booming. 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 like 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 the 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

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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 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 info@dr-delgado.com.

Read Reviews When Choosing Your Gynecomastia Surgeon

 

Miguel A. Delgado, M.D.

Miguel A. Delgado, M.D.
Gynecomastia Specialist
★★★★★ Ratings: 4.74 -118 Reviews

Gynecomastia Surgeons are Rated

Trying to find the right gynecomastia surgeon can be a daunting experience. All surgeons claim they are experts on their websites,  and, of course, that is to be expected. So how do men find the right gynecomastia surgeon for their male breast reduction procedure?

Men are understandably embarrassed by their man boobs and don’t usually share their condition with others, in fact, most have spent many years trying to hide their chests. So asking for a referral most likely is not going to happen!

Read the Reviews

Miguel Delgado, M.D. suggests that men look for reviews on the internet written by men who have gone through the surgery. There are many sites that offer unbiased opinions directly from the patients.

Some of these sites are:

1. Vitals.com
2. Healthgrades.com
3. LocateADoc.com
4. RealPatientRatings.com
5. RealSelf.com
6. Yelp.com

There are many more out there, so do your homework and see what other patients have to say about the surgeons you are considering. Remember though, no one is perfect, and most Vitals logodoctors may have one or two bad reviews, do not let that be your deciding factor. Look at the overall reviews for a good indication of the qualifications of the surgeon. Some patients have unrealistic expectations and are never satisfied.

 

 

 

Reviews can give you a plethora amount of information before you even set foot in the doctor’s office. Patients give ratings such as:

1. Ease of making appointments

2. Friendliness of the staff

3. Average wait time

4.Does the doctor answer all your questions?

5. Do you feel rushed?

6. Satisfaction of surgery results

7. Good follow up care

All of these points are very important and a big advantage in helping you choose your surgeon.

Do Your Homework!

In addition to reading reviews, an excellent website is gynecomastia.org. Gynecomastia.org has forums where men share stories of their surgery experiences and what they thought of their surgeon.

When doing your homework, be sure that the surgeon of your choice is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery and specializes in gynecomastia.

Miguel Delgado, M.D. is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and has specialized in gynecomastia surgery since 1988, and is up to date with all of the latest techniques for male breast reduction surgery. View before and after pictures of many of his patients here.

Miguel Delgado, M.D. has produced multiple videos on gynecomastia surgery and they can be viewed here.

Call Today!

If you are ready to discuss your surgery options or just have questions, call (415 898-4161) or email (info@dr-delgado.com)today for a consultation with Miguel Delgado, M.D.

“Young Men With Gynecomastia, How to Ask for Help From Your Parents”

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San Francisco, CA-It is hoped that young boys or men that have developed male breasts also known as gynecomastia, man boobs, and moobs will find this blog to help them understand what is happening.

Up to 65% of males will have detectable breast development by the age of 14, most likely caused by an imbalance of sex hormones. This is a normal condition brought on by puberty when the body starts to go through changes. You are not turning into a girl, you do not have cancer, you are normal!

Do you try to hide your chest with loose fitting shirts? Do you try to avoid taking your shirt off for gym? Do you avoid swimming? Are you embarrassed to let your parents know? You are not alone, there are many young men quietly suffering the same way you are.

Bullying has become prevalent in schools these days, and boys that have developed breasts are a great target for cruel nicknames that can cause self-hatred and isolation. It is important to understand that gynecomastia or the male breast is a benign (harmless) condition even though it is socially lethal!

The good news is that for most boys, 90% to 95% the condition will go away by itself without any type of treatment, within a few weeks to 2 years. But two years for a young man can feel like eternity, what can you do in the meantime? Getting emotional support from your family or other sources can be a great benefit.

First, check out a website called gynecomastia.org, there you will find many guys that are sharing stories of how they have suffered and what they have done about it. This is a website dedicated to getting out information on gynecomastia and support from other members through the discussion boards. You do need to sign up and become a member to have access to all the site has to offer, but there is no charge. Review the stories that have been posted such as this one “A Mother’s Story”. Notice at the end of this story that the Mother recommends that you tell your parents, as difficult as this may be; they probably have no idea that you are suffering and most parents will do whatever it takes to spare their sons this type of humiliation. Try to talk to your parents, they may be much more understanding than you realize.

If the idea of talking to your parents is just impossible for you, try composing an email telling them how miserable you have been with a link to the above letter, and a link to gynecomastia.org. There are many stories posted of parents who discover their child has been suffering, and they were completely unaware! For example, another story tells of a boy who finally went to his father and asked if the money that had been saved for him for college could be used instead for male breast reduction surgery. The father was beyond shocked to find out his son had been dealing with a situation he knew nothing about, and he had never even heard of the term gynecomastia before. The father was able to get a line of credit to cover the cost of gynecomastia treatment, and his son was still able to go to college. The surgery proved to be a life changing event for his son.

Adolescent Gynecomastia

This is an 18 year old male who presents with adolescent gynecomastia. He complained about having “fluffy nipples”. His goal was to flatten the nipples to look more natural in his clothing. He had suction assisted liposuction with glandular excision. His post surgical recovery displays his newly flattened nipples.

As mentioned earlier, most boys will find the male breasts will go away on their own within a few weeks to a couple of years. If they do not, there are different surgical treatments available depending on the severity of the case.

Unless you have “pseudo-gynecomastia”, be wary of a surgeon that claims liposuction alone will give you the result you want. True gynecomastia consists of breast tissue and fat, liposuction will only get rid of fat, breast tissue is much denser and needs to be removed by surgical excision. Whereas pseudo-gynecomastia is caused by fat alone and can get great results with liposuction or weight loss.

In searching for information on the internet be careful about ads that claim you can take a pill to get rid of moobs. Save your money they do not work as attested to by many men on gynecomastia.org.

It would be wise to see a top cosmetic Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in gynecomastia surgery with your parents, to find out what your options are, and how likely the male breasts will go away on their own. Dr. Delgado stays abreast of all new innovations in plastic surgery such as “CoolSculpting” for fat removal which is now available at the “Non-Surgical Center of Excellence” at his Marin County location.

Gynecomastia Around the World

San Francisco, CA-Men who have quietly suffered for years with female type breasts, known as gynecomastia, are surprised to discover how many men have the same condition also known as moobs and man boobs. Information now readily available on the internet educates men about gynecomastia that only a few years ago were unknown, they are able to research and find the best top plastic cosmetic surgeons. In addition to the internet, there has been a lot of exposure through other media outlets such as television, radio and magazine articles that have led to further investigation on gathering information on costs of gynecomastia surgery and male breast reduction treatment.

What a relief it has been for men to find that it is a common condition, and there are options available that until recently were unheard of. Looking through the search engines, one site comes up repeatedly as the “web’s best resource for information about gynecomastia”, www.gynecomastia.org.

This website was started in 1998 by psychologist Merle Yost, who counseled many men with gynecomastia. He had great empathy for his patients as he was a sufferer of the condition himself. Understanding how important it was for men to have support, the site offered many different forums for men to reach out to each other, share stories, pictures and ask questions. As the popularity of the site grew different needs became evident. A section was added where questions could be asked directly to gynecomastia surgeons who monitor the site.

Gynecomastia is not confined to the United States; men all over the world are plagued with the condition. In order for men to get support in their own country and even correspond in their own language, there is a section on gynecomastia.org “Local forums/find a Surgeon in your area”.  globe - pic

The first country represented is the United Kingdom (UK), it appears that one of the main issues is trying to get their government insurance to cover the surgery which entails waiting several months to even more than a year to see a psychologist who then needs to recommend the patient for surgery. Of those who have experienced this, they report that they cannot choose their surgeon and some are more experienced than others, making it quite risky. According to the posts, it is recommended that guys from the UK save their money and have the surgery done privately. What a great advantage for a man to get this information from men who have already experienced it, instead of finding out by trial and error.

The next country is Canada; again a big concern there is trying to get coverage from their government insurance for male breast surgery. They also discuss the difference between local and general anesthesia, and post-operative scars.

In Asia, men are asking about the comparison of liposuction versus liposuction and excision. It is encouraging to see that contributors to the forum have learned that for the majority of all male breast reduction cases that liposuction alone will leave the patient very dissatisfied and they advise all readers of this. Also, Asian men discuss issues with the compression garment and trying to hide their man boobs from friends.

From the land “down under”, Australia/New Zealand; there are discussions about; what is the best time of year to have surgery, experiences with drains and changes the patient will deal with in adjusting to a new “body image”.

Europeans seem to be gravitating to Poland for surgery; there are many posts about this. In addition, they discuss the benefit of seeing before and after pictures of a surgeon’s own patients and wisely ask why some will not show photos.

South America/Latin America/Spain/Africa and the Middle East have their own forum with stories to share.

Sweden has an active site where members can converse in their own language.

The common thread with all the forums from the different countries is finding the right surgeon and hopefully one close to home or easy to travel to in a major city. In addition to asking about specific surgeons, men want to know how they do the procedure, where it will be done, the cost and the surgical results. It is most encouraging to see how men educate each other by sharing their personal experiences.

Gynecomastia, a Term Most Parents Don’t Know

Adolescent before and after gynecomastia

This is a 17-year-old resident San Francisco Bay Area, California who presents with gynecomastia. He underwent gland excision and suction assisted lipectomy with 150 cc of fat aspirated from each side.He had 46 grams of tissue removed from his right chest and 400 grams of tissue removed from his left. His postoperative photographs are taken 3 months after surgery.

San Francisco, CA-Gynecomastia, often misspelled, mispronounced, and misunderstood. Most people are not aware that having male breasts is a condition that can be caused by many different factors including, heredity, prescription drugs, illegal drugs, steroids, Klinefelter’s syndrome, puberty, aging, weight gain, and cancer of the male breast. For some, the cause remains unknown. If a pediatrician tells parents that their son has gynecomastia, many ask “what is gynecomastia?”If parents haven’t heard of the condition, how can they help their sons?

In 1995, there was an episode on Seinfeld where Kramer one of the main characters, invented “the Bro” also to be known as “the Manssiere”, a bra for men. This episode brought humorous attention to the condition except for those that suffer with male breasts. Negative attention has been in the media off and on ever since with cruel descriptive words like; man boobs, moobs, bitch tits, he-hooters, dude rack, man cans and more.

As boys enter puberty, it is not uncommon for them to develop female type breasts or what is termed as “puffy nipples”. At an average age of 13, this phenomenon is usually brought about by hormones being out of balance, but usually when the hormones even out the breasts will disappear. When the hormones are raging, for both boys and girls, they can become extremely emotional and sensitive and for good reason, their bodies are going through a lot of changes. This can be a very confusing time for young people and having supportive parents can make all the difference in the world.

As much as 40% to 50% or more young men going through puberty will develop some degree of gynecomastia on one or both sides. A visit to the pediatrician is in order to monitor any breast growth. For 90% of young men, the gynecomastia will resolve on its own within a few months to a couple of years. For the small percentage of boys that the gynecomastia remains, parents ask, “what is the treatment for gynecomastia?” There are no known treatments that can reverse the formation of breast tissue once it has remained past puberty except male breast reduction surgery. The good news is that the male breast reduction procedure is very successful with almost no evidence of surgery having been performed.

Gynecomastia can be demoralizing for any man, but for young boys who do not understand what is happening to their body, it can be devastating. Most feel it is their fault and experience incredible shame. They are not comfortable telling anyone what they are going through and do their best to hide their chest with loose fitting shirts. They avoid situations where they might have to bare their chest, such as going to a pool or the beach. It is amazing how many young boys are able to hide their breasts from their parents and hide the agony they are experiencing. Classmates can be especially cruel with teasing and name calling for the boy with breasts.

It is hopeful that parents will notice any unusual breast development in their son so that they can be good support for them. If it is before puberty starts or before 9 years of age it could be a more serious complication, and he needs to be seen by a physician. Search engines on the internet make information readily available. Family members or friends who have some knowledge of gynecomastia may take parents aside and guide them to seek help for their son. Pediatricians are in a position to alert parents and educate them and their son.

The World’s best resource for information on gynecomastia is www.gynecomastia.org. There is a directory of Board Certified Plastic Surgeons throughout the United States. The site offers many before and after pictures of male breast reduction patients, a blog page with interesting articles posted by member surgeons.

The most popular and active section of the site is the forums. One of the most popular forums is called “gynecomastia talk” where boys and men can share questions and experiences, and then there is a forum called “your stories”, one called “ask a doctor” whereby guys can post questions to the surgeons who are members of the site.

Another forum is called “surgery success stories”, this section has several stories written by boys and/or their parents. One in particular tells of a boy who had been silently suffering with his gynecomastia breasts for a long time and finally in an attempt to hide them better ordered a compression shirt that was supposed to help flatten his chest. His package arrived when he wasn’t home, and his Mom saw it first. When he came home and saw her with it he was beyond embarrassed, but it turns out his parents were very supportive and even willing to down-size their house in order to have enough money for him to have male breast reduction surgery. He didn’t allow that to happen, but the door was now open for them to have good communication and find a way to resolve his problem. This incident helped him to have a closer relationship with his parents.

There are many similar stories posted on gynecomastia.org. Unfortunately, not all young men are so lucky to have such supportive parents, but many of the forum members encourage young men to try talking to their parents. For those that do not have a good support system, gynecomastia.org is even more valuable. Many boys and men have found the support they need from other forum members, with ways to deal with all the different issues gynecomastia presents.

There are Support Groups for Men With Moobs!

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San Francisco, California-Men with gynecomastia, also referred to as moobs, are relieved to know that there are support groups available to help them get current information and to help them cope. Our society makes it difficult for men to reach out for support for a very embarrassing and sometimes devastating condition. It is not considered masculine to be sharing personal issues especially over symptoms of  enlarged male breasts which gives them a feminine appearance.

Fortunately in 1999 Merle Yost, a psychologist who suffered with the condition himself, created the website Gynecomastia.org. He collaborated with gynecomastia specialist Dr. Delgado from the onset in what became the world’s best resource for information on gynecomastia. Besides offering valuable information through blogs, press releases and articles posted by member doctors, there is a vast amount of before and after pictures, and a directory of gynecomastia surgeons listed by state.

However, the most popular aspect of the site are the forums. The forums allow members who join (at no cost) to address issues, ask questions of each other and member doctors. Many share stories of how gynecomastia has affected their life and their journey to resolution, in most cases by male breast reduction surgery. They share pros and cons of their experience from beginning to end and many times their opinion of their surgeon. The support men receive from each other is invaluable. They finally have found a place they feel safe in sharing a nightmare they thought they had to face alone.

Having treated men for years with gynecomastia, Dr. Delgado referred many patients to the site for additional support, the positive feedback he got encouraged him to take over the maintenance and ownership of the site in 2010 when Merle Yost stepped down. Knowing the value the site has had through the years, Dr. Delgado wanted to maintain its integrity, and keep the membership at no cost to the forum members. There is a membership fee to the participating surgeons listed in the directory which covers the maintenance of the site and ensures only Board Certified Plastic Surgeons who have a true interest in gynecomastia  are members.

I Have Lost Confidence in My Plastic Surgeon, What Should I do?

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Revision surgery by Dr. Delgado after original surgeon did liposuction only

 

If you are disappointed with the results of your original male breast reduction surgery and have lost confidence with your surgeon, first discuss it with your surgeon and see what suggestions he or she may have. Then get a second  opinion from a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in gynecomastia surgery. If he or she agrees with your original surgeon you are probably on the right track and the revision may cost you little or nothing. However if, the original surgery left you with a major defect such as a crater deformity or the surgeon only did liposuction and the other surgeon confirmed that you should have had excision of breast tissue as well, you may need to choose the new surgeon with more experience for a revision. In picking a new surgeon be sure the office staff makes you feel comfortable, you will be relying on them for information and support. If they are not friendly or you sense tension in the office, go elsewhere!

Needing revision surgery can be more expensive than the original surgery, as now the surgeon has to deal with scar tissue, and the retraction of the skin may have been compromised.

San Francisco Bay Area patients have found a good source for support and opinions at http://www.gynecomastia.org/. It is free to sign up, and you can get opinions from other members and ask questions of gynecomastia surgeons who are members of the site.

Self Confidence Surges for Men after Gynecomastia Surgery

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When Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay Area men discover that no amount of dieting and time at the gym will reduce their “moobs” or “man boobs” loss of self confidence is generally the result.

For men who find the right surgeon and proceed with male breast reduction surgery, the impact on self confidence is life altering.

Some inspiring comments heard from men after their gynecomastia surgery:

• “I now have the confidence to approach women without feeling the need to fold my arms across my chest”

• “Choices in clothes are unlimited, what a difference to wear what I want and not just shirts that hide my chest”

• “The ability to go to the beach with friends and not be fearful of teasing or cruel remarks is a freedom I can’t describe, I feel normal”

• “My personality has changed for the better; I am so much more outgoing and confident. I am enjoying my life in so many ways that I never thought possible.”

• For the first time in my life I have a serious relationship and am looking forward to starting a family. If I have a son and he develops gynecomastia, I know how to help him and won’t let him suffer like I did.

What can be more encouraging than hearing comments like these from men who have had successful results? These men obviously did their homework in researching for a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in gynecomastia surgery. This cannot be emphasized enough; there are many men that have disappointing results when they do not choose a surgeon with vast experience. If your surgeon tells you that liposuction alone will get rid of your gynecomastia breast, get another opinion or even two. “Pseudo-gynecomastia” is caused by fat alone and is the only condition that can get a good result from just liposuction. Only a very small percentage of men have gynecomastia caused by fat only. True gynecomastia needs to have a combination of liposuction and surgical removal of breast tissue.

Dr. Delgado has heard back from hundreds of patients who share their life altering stories after their gynecomastia surgery and finds his ability to help men change their lives is one of the biggest rewards in his practice.

Gynecomastia Treatment: Psychological VS Physical

Most men that suffer with gynecomastia, had it develop when they reached puberty. Puberty is an extremely sensitive time for young men without the addition of the gynecomastia breast. A few young men are able to deal with the condition without it impairing their life style, they go to the beach, and take their shirts off for gym. Although, they almost always have to deflect cruel remarks until such time that the condition resolves itself or they seek gynecomastia treatment. But the majority of young men with the male breast suffer silently, most are too embarrassed to even get support from their parents. They refuse to remove their shirts, and they learn to stand with their shoulders rolled forward. Unfortunately, years of this type of behavior can cause great damage to one’s psyche. It is not unusual for young men to become obsessed with their condition and find that they can blame almost all of their problems on the gynecomastia breast.
At some point in their adult life, many men are able to get gynecomastia treatment, which involves the surgical removal of most of the male breast tissue and fat. For most men this is a life altering experience, the relief and immediate joy is profound. But for a very few, there can be some disappointment that not all of their problems in life have disappeared. They may have an unrealistic expectation of what their results should be, and find almost an obsession for constant minor revisions.  Dr. Delgado stresses that this is a very small minority, and these men would most likely benefit from psychological counseling.

Merle Yost, LMFT

If you happen to be in the San Francisco Bay area, there is an excellent psychologist,Merle Yost, LMFT who specializes in the effects of gynecomastia, he has experienced it firsthand.He has a private practice in Oakland, California. There is a wonderful website that he developed in 1999, www.gynecomastia.org with abundant information, and forums that allow you to contact others who are considering gynecomastia treatment, or have already had surgery.

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