Thread: Gyno Re-occurance Posiibilities
07-13-2004, 03:52 PM #1
Gyno Re-occurance Posiibilities
These boards have too much information I sometimes get confused. I have read that once you get gyno you are proned to get it again. I have also read that if you have the tissue/gland removed then these chances go away.
I have not yet used AAS, but am definitely considering it. If I do choose to go to the dark side , I have a concern. At the age of 14 I naturally developed, what I now know is, Gyno under my nipples. I had it surgically removed. My question is, am I now predisposed to gyno, therefore making it a strong possibility that it will return with the use of AAS, or have I reduced the chances due to the surgery? I will consult with my doctor about these concerns prior to any AAS use, but your initial input would be appreciated.
07-13-2004, 06:09 PM #2Originally Posted by Natural Mac
You need to find out from your doctor whether or not your glands were removed. If they were removed then you will not get gyno, but you will still need proper pct to bring your boys back. Good Luck
EDIT: Upon more research it appears "that the answer is "Yes". The growth of breast tissue is promoted by hormonal factors. Surgical removal of said tissue without a change in the underlying hormonal factors suggests that proliferation of breast tissue will continue."
Here's the thread. http://forums.steroid.com/showthread...88#post1131088
Let us know what the Doc has to say about it.
Last edited by BeefCakeStew; 07-14-2004 at 08:56 PM.
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