Who Needs Liposuction Surgery and Why?
Even though scientists have not yet determined the exact cause of gynecomastia, they generally agree that sex hormone imbalance is one of the primary triggers of this health issue.
In other words, things like excessive use of steroids, puberty, tumors, liver disease, obesity, and specific genetic disorders and problems can lead to hormonal imbalance and eventually to gynecomastia. There were reports that some men experienced such problems when they used certain pharmaceuticals.
The Liposuction Procedure
There are reports which suggest that weight loss can significantly improve this situation, but this is only true for some cases of gynecomastia resulting from obesity. So, the most convenient and efficient treatment is gynecomastia surgery. This simple procedure includes removal of excess glandular tissue and fat from this area. There are situations when some of the skin in this area needs removal too in order to make the chest stronger. The perfect candidate for this surgery is a healthy (both physically and mentally) man who has elastic skin that can shape once the procedure is finished.
Doctors usually advise obese individuals to try losing weight naturally before they opt for this treatment. Men with gynecomastia who drink lots of alcohol and smoke weed need to quit their unhealthy habits before they get surgery.
The Recovery Period
A consultation with a doctor who is experienced in this area is a must before someone decides to undergo gynecomastia surgery. So please contact us for an initial assessment by the Welfare Abroad surgeons. Our doctors will tell you the grade of your gynecomastia, the technique that your condition requires, and everything you need to do before and after the surgery. Welfare Abroad surgeons usually advise special diets and required medications to stop smoking and drinking some time before the surgery is conducted.
Patients usually stay in the hospital after the surgery to make sure everything is alright once the procedure is finished. The surgery usually doesn’t last more than 90 minutes. It takes about one month for men to completely recover and continue their regular activity after the surgery.
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Gynecomastia: What It Is and How Welfare Abroad Can Help
Gynecomastia surgery can be a transformative solution for men who have been dealing with the emotional and physical discomfort of enlarged breast tissue. Studies reveal that up to 70% of boys going through puberty experience some degree of gynecomastia due to hormonal fluctuations. It's essential to know you're not alone, and there are effective treatment options available.