Gyno question not included in FAQ/Sticky

  1. Gyno question not included in FAQ/Sticky


    Do all males have a gland behind their nipples than can be felt by pinching above and below the areola and feeling "behind" into the chest?

    I understand that gyno is supposed to be a painful lump, or a hard lump, or a really noticeable lump visually and these glands can be bigger or smaller....but isn't it normal to have a gland that you CAN feel thats not noticable without hunting?

    Ive never had any itching for more than a day a while back, no puffiness, etc....but I do feel soft, squishy, lymph node like, tiny gland behind each nipples...like a squishy pea...is this NORMAL?

    the FAQ/Sticky doesn't say anything about males having detectable glands unless its gyno.


  2. how long do you spend pinching and playing with your nipples.....
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  3. All males have "breast buds" behind their nipples. Playing with your nips alot can bring up your prolactin levels according to my endo.

  4. good to know! someone add it to the faq

    great....seriously, I play with my nipples all the time, checking for that dreaded delayed gyno...haha guess I'm going to need come caber from playing with them too much

  5. Quote Originally Posted by monsterbox View Post
    good to know! someone add it to the faq

    great....seriously, I play with my nipples all the time, checking for that dreaded delayed gyno...haha guess I'm going to need come caber from playing with them too much
    your starting to remind me of that guy from little nicky.....

    LOL
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Zero V View Post
    your starting to remind me of that guy from little nicky.....

    LOL
    lol
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