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    Gyno question

    Is there any other realistic and useful method of getting rid of you're gyno excluding surgery procedure? surgery cost $4000-8000 and some ppl can't afford that! so is there a noter option that people have used and it actually worked or no its surgery only?? and why does it cost so damn much??

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    Quote Originally Posted by what? View Post
    Is there any other realistic and useful method of getting rid of you're gyno excluding surgery procedure? surgery cost $4000-8000 and some ppl can't afford that! so is there a noter option that people have used and it actually worked or no its surgery only?? and why does it cost so damn much??
    How long has the gyno been present? Have any other methods to eradicate the tissue been attempted?

    As for cost, factor in the following:
    - surgeon's time
    - anesthesiologist's time
    - nurses/support staff time
    - supplies (drug and non drug costs)
    - operating suite time
    - hospital overhead

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    had it since 2007 and no just used pct aka nolvadex /colmid during a sustain/deca /dbol 1st cycle and i still caught it…sucks dieing 4 surgery but cost is issue!

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    Unfortunately, with that length, much of the tissue will be dense and fibrous I would expect. Surgical resection is often needed at that stage. How large is the lump? Has it grown in size or remained the same in the past 7 years? Painful to touch? Has the area been scanned (ultrasound or other)?

    Another reason for resection is to biopsy the mass to be sure the cell line is benign.

    Many medical facilities will offer payment plans. I know that's not ideal, but depending where you live, without insurance coverage, it will be an out of pocket expense.

    Have you had any consults with surgeons lately?

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    no not yet want to but i just thought they would say surgery is the only way and that cost too much…doesn't really hurt to touch it but the lump is annoying as fak

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    Quote Originally Posted by what? View Post
    no not yet want to but i just thought they would say surgery is the only way and that cost too much…doesn't really hurt to touch it but the lump is annoying as fak

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    Well yes, every surgeon is a cutter (lol) so they will want to open you up. An ultrasound would be ideal to get an assessment of size and density - but again.....money money money.
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    yeah its crazy if i had it id pay in heart beat and never cycle again!

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    I am fighting this as well, mine doesn't look as advanced as yours, I have a little lump behind the nipple, but still not ideal for that hard chiseled look. I upped my adex from 1mg eod to 1mg ed and added 40mg of nolvadex ed to try and stop/shink the lumps. I tried reading a bunch on here but there is so much conflicting info, it is hard to know what to do. It started when I bumped my test to 900mg a week split on sat and wed, I recently split it to mon wed fri to reduce the spike.

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    Hey OP,

    Just curious what cycles you ran, at what ages and what your BF% was when you ran them..
    If you would't mind

    Thanks

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