Gyno, very lean, Any remedies? Suggestions? Please

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    Hey guys, I have had puberty-induced gynecomastia (basically only puffy nipples, the actual chest is very even but nipples are puffy.)
    I am very lean, 5'9" and 150 lbs.. this isnt fatty tissue. I was wondering if any prohormones or topical agents like e-form could help with this. I know some things cling to estrogens and reduce estrogen levels like 6-OXO, can any of these reduce gynecomastia... Basically I'm looking for some success stories, or some very relieable smart people to help me out here.

    It's very embarassing, and I'm weightlifting and I have a cut chest but my nipples are puffy - I take no steroids.

    Thanks and GOD BLESS!

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    I'd had that too and with time it went away. but if you're impatient try nolva.
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    Search around for a post by jjjd. He did something with a friend and claimed it worked well.
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    I had the same thing...I tried nolvadex, andractim gel, etc. and nothing worked so I eventually had them cut out. Try some nolva.. if no luck consider surgery.

    Usually if they don't go away from 1-2 years of puberty they ain't goin anywhere because the tissue has grown
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    if you do have them cut out, is there a possibility of the gyno returning? I've heard both ways.
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    it isnt possible for the gyno to return if they remove the glands but if they just remove the tissue then yes it can come back if there is too much estrogen present. Some one correct me if i am wrong but i think this might be fairly debated.
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    I read the post by jjjd... I'm not sure how to obtain all his materials though
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    Quote Originally Posted by dickwootton
    it isnt possible for the gyno to return if they remove the glands but if they just remove the tissue then yes it can come back if there is too much estrogen present. Some one correct me if i am wrong but i think this might be fairly debated.
    Dick

    I've always been under the same understanding.
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    between cutting out the gland or just the tissue, is insurance more likely to pay for on and not the other? Any difference in pain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyno
    I read the post by jjjd... I'm not sure how to obtain all his materials though
    can you link to the post you're referring to? thanks
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    novel gyno treatment

    As for insurance, not likely they'll pay for either unless there is a history of breast cancer in your family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobra1414
    novel gyno treatment

    As for insurance, not likely they'll pay for either unless there is a history of breast cancer in your family.
    on the male or female side?
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    Just tell your doctor you've been eating a lot of chicken. Hopefully insurance will cover ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner
    on the male or female side?
    Doesn't matter, guys can get it too.

    Cruel, but almost makes ya wish you mom has breast cancer huh? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobra1414
    Doesn't matter, guys can get it too.

    Cruel, but almost makes ya wish you mom has breast cancer huh? lol
    LOL

    Well, one aunt had it, and another maybe. (I've got 9 aunts )

    Thing is, I've had it since puberty, albeit very minor. But I'm sure it'll flare up like a mofo with too many cycles. Hell, just a 4 week cycle of low dose s1+ made 'em puffy & itchy as hell... had to run 40 mg/ED nova throughout.
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    so no other success stories or ideas??
    Any words help
    Thanks
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    I just read of a new estrogen inhibitor called danazol (Danocrine) reportedly used in treatment of gynecomastia... Has anybody heard. What are the effects of this drug, and other estrogen inhibitors on a teenager?

    Where can one get this without prescription

    Any one else hear?

    THANKS!
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    gyno.. I would definitely consult with a doctor before I did any of this if I were a teenager..Here is my main reason, lets say you have success in taking care of you gyno, but in the process screw up you endocrine system, but the kicker is you won't know it for a while. That lapse in time might make the created problem harder to correct. The teenage endocrines system is a hard thing to predict on what will happen unless you have made a good study of it. Just don't take any chances with this because it might come back to haunt you later in life and then it might just be something that is worse.. and I know it seems that it is a big pain but trust me, there are bigger problems that can be created... just my .02 on the subject..
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    Plus if you are a teenager, there is still a possibility of it going away on its own a couple of years down the road.
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    with respect... It's hard to wait that long. I'm going to try andractim, the guy I'm buying it from says only WU though and I've had bad experiences with western union... anyone know someone that sells it and can pay paypal or something else?
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