What Are The Non-Surgical Alternatives To Make Gynecomastia Go Away?

Having Gynecomastia is not fun and many men are looking for a non-surgical gynecomastia treatment. Admitting you have it is not easy. Even the prospect of seeking the advice of an experienced medical practitioner is not something that would be considered “first choice.” There is the uncomfortable call to the office and the prospect of having to tell a stranger what you have. Certainly, an email from your computer or laptop is a bit easier as it’s not face to face.

If you are overweight, you can lose weight and your problem is solved. If your arms are skinny and you want some muscles you can hit the gym. If you want to beef up on your American history you can go to Google and become an expert. There must be something that can be done to improve Gynecomastia that doesn’t involve surgery.

Diet and exercise are the most common “go to” options for Gynecomastia patients who seek to treat themselves. Unfortunately, neither works to improve the situation. In fact, both options typically make things look worse. Internet “potions” and physician prescribed medications simply won’t improve established Gynecomastia.

Gynecomastia is a surgical problem. Effective treatment involves the removal of the offending tissue that causes the chest fullness. As much as I can appreciate the efforts put forth by patients to treat their own Gynecomastia, it’s not productive. If you want effective, proven treatment, you need to contact the Austin Gynecomastia Center. The sooner the better.

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Robert Caridi, MD
Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Founder of the Austin Gynecomastia Center