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What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia refers to the abnormal enlargement of breast tissue in males. This condition can occur due to various reasons, including hormonal changes, genetic factors, medication use, or underlying medical conditions. Gynecomastia is a common condition among males and can cause psychological distress.


Hormonal imbalances play a significant role in the causes of gynecomastia. Imbalances between estrogen and testosterone hormones can lead to the growth of breast tissue. Additionally, certain medications (such as steroids, antidepressants, anti-androgens), obesity, thyroid problems, and some medical conditions can increase the risk of gynecomastia.


Gynecomastia can manifest as swelling, tenderness, or pain in the breast area of males. There may be an increase in breast tissue and enlargement of the nipples. Gynecomastia is usually bilateral, occurring symmetrically in both breasts. This condition can cause psychological distress and a lack of self-confidence in individuals with male breast enlargement.


The diagnosis of gynecomastia is made through physical examination, hormone tests, and, if necessary, imaging methods. Your doctor will perform the necessary investigations to determine the underlying cause and make a diagnosis using appropriate methods.

Conservative Treatment

If gynecomastia symptoms are mild or transient, conservative treatment methods are generally recommended. These treatments may include weight loss, medication to regulate hormone levels, or treatment of underlying medical conditions.

Surgical Intervention

If gynecomastia symptoms are severe or persistent, surgical intervention may be considered. Surgical options include liposuction (fat removal), excision of breast tissue, or a combination of these two methods. Surgical intervention corrects the breast tissue and achieves a more aesthetic appearance.

Postoperative Recovery

The recovery process after gynecomastia surgery can vary from person to person. Swelling, bruising, and temporary discomfort are normal during the postoperative period. It is important to follow your doctor's instructions, use compression garments, and attend regular follow-up appointments.

Psychological Support

Gynecomastia can lead to issues such as a lack of self-confidence, social isolation, or psychological stress in males. Therefore, having a supportive environment and seeking psychological support when needed is important.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1 What causes gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia can be caused by various factors. The most common cause is hormonal imbalances, specifically an increase in estrogen levels or a decrease in testosterone levels. Other factors include certain medications, such as anabolic steroids or anti-androgens, medical conditions like liver or kidney disease, obesity, and genetic predisposition.

2Is gynecomastia a temporary condition?

In some cases, gynecomastia can be temporary and resolve on its own. For example, during puberty, hormonal changes can cause temporary breast enlargement in males, which usually resolves within a couple of years. However, in other cases, gynecomastia may persist and require medical intervention or surgery to correct.

3 How is gynecomastia treated?

The treatment of gynecomastia depends on the underlying cause and the severity of the condition. In cases where gynecomastia is caused by medication, discontinuing or changing the medication may help. In cases of hormonal imbalances, hormone therapy or medications may be prescribed. In severe or persistent cases, surgical intervention, such as liposuction or glandular tissue removal, may be recommended to achieve a more desirable chest contour.