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    Gyno and pros

    Cause of all those pro's out there i see no gyno at all, what do u guys think most whent under the knife?

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    iunno but id sure like to know

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    I did not realize that gyno surgery cost $5000. Plus, it is considered cosmetic surgery so your insurance doesn't take care of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlack
    I did not realize that gyno surgery cost $5000. Plus, it is considered cosmetic surgery so your insurance doesn't take care of it.
    Its my understanding that some insurance will cover the surgery if the gyno is stems from puberty (or if you can convince your doctor that it did anyway).

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    I had it when I was a teen so my insurance coverd it. now im bitch tits free for 6 years. I did 7 cycles so without any problems so hopefully it wont come back. Btw I had the gland removed not the fat.
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    Military will cover the surgery... I went to my Naval Med Clinic when i thought I had gyno and they assured me that i did not, but if my symptoms do not go away in 3 months that they will send me out in town for the surgery.
    Gynocomastia is an actual disease and is not considered an elective surgery most insurance companies.

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    If you can convince your dr that its painful and messing with your daily life functions it will most likely be covered by your insurance. So you might have to do a lil acting. Or start complaining about iot at work for a while til someone says something. Then you have more "proof" haha.

    there is ways around it.

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    alot of pros get gyno surgery..roland kickinger, paco batista, craig titus..ive noticed alot of pros develope gyno then see it disappear.

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    Pro wrestler and actor The Rock admitted to having gyno surgery.

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    Cause of all those pro's out there i see no gyno at all,
    I think a Majority of pros/top national competitors have some form of gyno..

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    ^^ Jonnie Jackson.

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    I've seen plenty of gyno on stage. Usually seen in the early stages of a career before obvious surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shannelkenny
    If you can convince your dr that its painful and messing with your daily life functions it will most likely be covered by your insurance. So you might have to do a lil acting. Or start complaining about iot at work for a while til someone says something. Then you have more "proof" haha.

    there is ways around it.
    ...isnt that called insurance fraud?

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    nah, its not fraud unless you get caught...up until that point its just called working the system =)

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    My brother whent to the doctor for it, he had no visable signs of gyno, but complained that they where tender and irratated. The docter gave him a prescrition for 150 arimadix pills. It was awsome!

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