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    Gyno Surgery Cost?

    Does anyone know how much it costs for gyno surgery? And also, is it an outpatient surgery? Please help if you know anything about the surgery, my friend is getting desperate.

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    It depends how bad your gyno is and how much your surgeon does it for. But id say around 3000 to 5000 dollars

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    I have been told that it starts at 2,500 and goes up from there.

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    Has he tried using Letro? He could save alot of $$$$$$$

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    He's been on nolva for 2-3 weeks and still no signs of improvement. Is letro all that much better?

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    insurance coverage

    i got a bilateral mastectomy from a general surgeon covered by my insurance and I had some pretty big scars. But after a while of being disappointed I was taking some methyl 1 test and i started to get a lil re occuring gyno on one side and then insurance just covered another whole gyno surgery from a plastic surgeon to get the remainning gyno and the scars revised 2 months ago. After all the pain I actually look great now and the scars are really thin now and eventually theyll fade to nothing. and i paid nothing. kind of not answering the question but just some input

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    thats some super good insurance you have there my friend

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    Thanks. Anyone else got any input for me?

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    ok can someone explain to me what is done in this operation why does it cost so much an why dose surgery need to be done to correct it , thanks

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    oh an also whats ur boy on that he has gyno so bad , what did he do wrong .

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    Took a 4 week cycle of dbol and started his nolva way too late.

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    MrClean, please read this profile on Letrozole written by Hooker,

    http://forums.steroid.com/showthread.php?t=166535

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    for weeks of dbol u sure ur boy isnt overreacting my did three hundred dbol with no pct and didnt get shit as far as gyno some people most be really sensitive to this stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrClean
    Took a 4 week cycle of dbol and started his nolva way too late.

    Sounds like your friend is REALLY prone to gyno.. It depends how bad his gyno is, but from the look of the cycle he was running, letro should do the trick. It has worked for many members here including myself, and because it is such a new science, it is def something that your frined should consider before surgery, but, I'm not a doctor so, read up on, ask around about it, then decide

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    im having it done in a month and a half. bilateral with excision and lipo. had it since puberty and it got a little worse with the 2 cycles i ran. its costing me a pretty penny, $6000, but im getting it done by one of the best plastic surgeons in the country.

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    mister.fantastic .... will letro still get rid of gyno even if he's been off of his cycle for about 2 mounths?

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    Anyone, please give me some insight.

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    Here man, take a look at this thread... after surgery pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrClean
    mister.fantastic .... will letro still get rid of gyno even if he's been off of his cycle for about 2 mounths?
    Yes it can still help you! Letro blocks dramatization of testosterone to estrogen. Letro can reverse symptoms of gyno. It is worth a try before you go pay all this money for surgery! Good luck bro!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ludakris9
    Yes it can still help you! Letro blocks dramatization of testosterone to estrogen. Letro can reverse symptoms of gyno. It is worth a try before you go pay all this money for surgery! Good luck bro!!
    Aromatization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big k.l.g
    Aromatization.


    I hope that was a type-o

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    250 euro/belgium private clinic

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    I got natural gyno and my insurance covered it, but I lied and said it was painful. If it is painful, they should cover it but they won't if it's cosmetic.. Kind of good for me because if I do start using I can just revert back and tell them it was reoccuring of my old gyno and my insurance would probably pay for it.

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