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Can gynecomastia be treated without surgery?

hello doctor, i m 23 year old guy from punjab.i m fond of body building and sports but i m suffering from Gynecomastia.i dont want to undergo a surgery to get rid of it.is there some medicine to cure it without side effects..i wil be thankfull to u.plz help me
Thu, 8 Apr 2021
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Hi,

Gynecomastia could be because of hormonal imbalance or side effect of some medications, drugs and sometimes liver diseases. The best way is to consult your physician who can get your hormonal assay and if you are using any medications please stop and discuss with your doctor. Locally used, 'bangh' and 'hasheesh' are also notorious for it. Regular training with weight bearing exercises will slowly make an impact.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Azeem Ullah, General & Family Physician
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Can gynecomastia be treated without surgery?

Hi, Gynecomastia could be because of hormonal imbalance or side effect of some medications, drugs and sometimes liver diseases. The best way is to consult your physician who can get your hormonal assay and if you are using any medications please stop and discuss with your doctor. Locally used, bangh and hasheesh are also notorious for it. Regular training with weight bearing exercises will slowly make an impact. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Azeem Ullah, General & Family Physician