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    Gyno AND Gland removed as a kid - No more gyro chances?

    So I was reminded that when I was a kid and had Gyno surgery they removed fatty tissue AND my GLAND.


    So since they removed the gland is there no more chance for me to get Gyno?

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    Do you remember what the name of the surgery was? That would be very helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by David LoPan View Post
    Do you remember what the name of the surgery was? That would be very helpful
    No but I was specifically informed the gland was fully removed.

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    unless you had a really really good surgeon , that had a knowledge of AAS use induced gyno, then more then likely he did not fully remove everything. your still going to have E receptors there that can be stimulated.

    run a serm on cycle if your worried about it

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    Get blood work and post your stats when you had your surgery and all the crappy details. We are here not to judge but to learn from each other and help our brothers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David LoPan View Post
    Get blood work and post your stats when you had your surgery and all the crappy details. We are here not to judge but to learn from each other and help our brothers.

    What? I am not even on cycle yet. It was just a question lol.

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