gyno surgery

  1. gyno surgery


    Hey guys, I've had pubertal gyno for a long time now (about the size of a quarter under each nip) and have tried serms, AI's, and epi and they have not worked (although epi reduced it significantly, it rebounded right back). I have finally decided to go for surgery. Now, being a student, I don't have much money and am going to do everything I can to try to get insurance to cover this (or at least a little of this). I'm hoping that if I really exagerate how sore it is that maybe I will have some luck. I'm thinking maybe I could say that it is interfering with sleep because I roll over on it and it wakes me up and just stuff like that. What do you guys think? Any chance of my getting lucky on this one? Any advise to persuade insurance to cover this? Any advice would be appreciated.


  2. Just tell them it hurts and you're worried about it. That's basically all you can do as far as I know.

  3. if i were u i'd play it up and say it's interfering in ur life both physically (sleep, rubbing on ur clothes and causing severe pain andwhatever else u can come up with) and also emotionally (u have to wear baggy shirts now, ur afraid to take off ur shirt, guys tease u in the locker room and call u ***** tits baby bits etc)
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  4. What have you done as far as SERMs.

    I always consider surgery the last option as it is most expensive

    I think if you tell your doc they hurt that much, prepare to go to a Endocrinologist and other doctors for the next year.

  5. What have you done as far as SERMs
    I've tried epistane, letro, and ralox with some atd. they all reduced it a little, but it rebounded right back.

    I guess I'll really try to play up the soreness. Thanks for the responses guys.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by dice404 View Post
    I've tried epistane, letro, and ralox with some atd. they all reduced it a little, but it rebounded right back.

    I guess I'll really try to play up the soreness. Thanks for the responses guys.
    Did you try titrating with letro, and then following up with a serm to avoid the rebound? Might be worth a try before surgery. With my lilited experience in this area, this method seems to make the most sense.
  

  
 

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