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    Gyno like, but not


    Ok, so I appear to have a slightly tender to the touch lump the size of a pea below my chest. It's not under the nipple region. It's below where the muscle is even at, basically 1/2 inch below where the muscle stops, and is above the rib cage. I'm not sure if this qualifys for gyno or not. Any ideas?

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    It could just be random gland tenderness, bug bite, localized blood clot, etc.....but if it doesn't go away in a week, I'd see a doctor (could be cancer, a cyst, fibroma).
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright View Post
    It could just be random gland tenderness, bug bite, localized blood clot, etc.....but if it doesn't go away in a week, I'd see a doctor (could be cancer, a cyst, fibroma).
    It's not a bug bite. It feels like a fatty deposit, pea sized, beneath the skin. I'm on cycle now, so I thought gyno, and it is very close to the nipple, just not under it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    It's not a bug bite. It feels like a fatty deposit, pea sized, beneath the skin. I'm on cycle now, so I thought gyno, and it is very close to the nipple, just not under it.
    OK, I was picturing something below the pec. I'd assume gyno and treat accordingly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo;
    Ok, so I appear to have a slightly tender to the touch lump the size of a pea below my chest. It's not under the nipple region. It's below where the muscle is even at, basically 1/2 inch below where the muscle stops, and is above the rib cage. I'm not sure if this qualifys for gyno or not. Any ideas?
    Do you feel pain when you touch it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    Do you feel pain when you touch it?
    Yeah. What would that imply?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahright View Post
    OK, I was picturing something below the pec. I'd assume gyno and treat accordingly.
    Well it is below the pec, but it's like at the very edge of the muscle, well actually just below, and yeah it's painful when touched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo;
    Yeah. What would that imply?
    If it were a firm but non-painful mass located just below the nipple, then it might be a sign of trouble. Other negative signs include skin changes in the region around the nipple. These can take the form of skin ulceration, dimpling, nipple redness, nipple scaling, retraction of the nipple, and (bloody) discharges from the nipple. If these are not present, then there is no need to worry.

    For background, men have some non-functioning (non-milk producing) breast tissue concentrated in the region directly behind the nipple on the chest wall. Problems occur when uncontrolled cell growth happens in this tissue.
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    I had the close to same situation when i did my second cycle. I stacked max lmg, hdrol, and tren. I took letro and that made it go away. That might help you out, but who knows if its exactly the same thing as i had.
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    I got slight gyno from superdrol and from what ive heard E-Form by Dermabolics could take care of the problem...many people have had success with it and its only $15 a bottle unlike letro which can cost up to $300.
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    I've been on adex so I don't really know if it's gyno 100%. Actually it's not painful, and it doesn't seem to be getting bigger. It's about 1 inch lower than the nipple.
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    It's not changing in size, and I don't feel sick. Someone told me it's a swollen lymph node.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    It's not changing in size, and I don't feel sick. Someone told me it's a swollen lymph node.
    Personally I would have a doctor check it out.
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