No point in arguing I'm glad it helped. However, breast tissue growth in males (gynecomastia) cannot be reversed via any other method than surgery. You may have slowed the growth but the growth of tissue is there to stay unless surgically removed.
I have read a few people post that dht can reduce the tissue growth but so far from what I've seen the data is hopeful at best. Making surgery to remove the breast tissue the only responsible recommendation. Otherwise, I could try and convince you to buy all kinds of other things that simply won't work.
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I do believe that gyno can only be removed with surgery. However I also believe that gyno requires some time to "solidify". That is, if caught and checked within a few days, I believe its still reversible.
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