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Is it normal to have large breasts in males ?

I m 20 years male , 6 feet high and about 70kgs. my problem is that i have irregular chest shape as it pops out in front more alike boobs. I dont have any fat on my body( i have 6 pack abs with muscular body). It has been so for 6 years now. I thought it would be alright as the time progresses, but it is not so. Is this a problem and if so what should I do????????
Wed, 18 Jan 2012
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Hi welcome to health care magic.

yes it is chest deformity , protrusion of chest from front is called as pectus excavatum..
in young it would have been there , but you wouldn't have found it..
Nothing much to worry.. once just visit a physician..
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