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Patients who have low levels of hormone are advised to undergo Testosterone Replacement Therapy. It’s one of the most common treatment in hypogonadal men.
But for people without a clinical condition, taking testosterone is not recommended because it is closely associated with fertility issues and could lead to gynaecomastia.
Brian (name changed for privacy) , one of our patients, suffered Gynaecomastia after he took Testosterone boosters last year. He knew that there was a possibility to develop enlarged breasts after taking steroids, to counter that effect, he took anti-estrogen to balance it out.
Despite Brian’s effort, he still had puffiness in his chest area which led him to book a consultation to see Dr. Beldholm for help. He stated that he wanted to have a flatter nipple area and without any puffiness.
Brian’s operation took place in a private hospital and he was under general anaesthesia. 12g of gland tissue from each side of his chest were removed through an incision under his areolas.
Once fully recovered, Brian didn’t only reach his expectations but he was also more confident to take his shirt off without feeling embarrassed. He was very happy with his results!
Case Study to follow*