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    mikes20 is offline Junior Member
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    gyno suregery, remove glands?

    this is something i've heard, don't know if it's true or not, if you go in for gyno surgery and they just remove the tissue, gyno can come back, but if the remove the glands behind your nipple (which you don't need???) then gyno will never come back and you won't have to worry about taking anti-e for gyno anymore. let me know if this is true or false info. thanks, i know the easy thing would be take preventive measures not to get gynom but if you need to, why not stop it from ever coming back

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    It's an expensive surgery and I believe you would never have to worry about gyno again. I don't think insurance covers this surgery either.

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    i thought that too, that it couldn't come back, but after some more reaserch an info from the bro's on the board I found out that it can come back no matter what.

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    Try to find answer at:
    http://www.gynecomastia.org/

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    yes when the gland that enlarges is removed you will not grow breast tissue

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    www.plasticsurgery4u.com also has some good info.

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