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    lca
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    Gyno surgeon Please read

    Dont no if this is the right section but here goes

    I went to see a gyno surgeon today had a chat I ask about the full removal of the gland he said he would only remove 90% because it cause the nipple to invert so i told him i wasn't to bothered about the nipple inverting still he would not change his mind and would only remove 90% not the full 100% that i wanted

    I want the full 100% removed because I'm very estrogen sensitive even things such as Tribulus Terrestris starts me off with sensitive nipples
    when i told him that some supplements can cause a flare up he said it was because the gland has grown in size and when it has been reduced this shouldn't happen { Is this correct?}
    my thoughts was that im if estrogen sensitive regardless of how much gland tissue is there it would effect the gland causing nipple sensitive/ pains { Is this correct?}

    as i still want to use steroids in the future what puts off at the the minute is the gyno and even when i use A.i it still flares up

    has anyone in the U.K had 100% of the gland removed ? if so what surgeon did you use any help would be really be appreciated

    I have booked in to see a few more gyno surgeon to see what they say



    Thanks for reading any input i will be great-full for

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    lca
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    I heard this before, they won't remove 100% due to the nipple inverting!!

    That's all I know since im not nipple sensitive, but I break out with acne like no tomorrow lol

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