I am a patient of gynaecomastea since 2012, it is not that severe but lot of loose skin and puffiness is there. i have had few health issues in last few years please mention the reason and medication for the sameLast Updated - Fri, Mar 16 2018
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I was completely fit before and had a good physique but due to work load my diet was not good during those days and now I have developed little leg issue which became completely senseless but now its fine but now it gives the same feeling when you sit for long hours then start walking, even when I sit for a minute.
During 2010-2014 i was given homeopathic treatment for allergic rhintis. Also I would like to mention that even after never being fat, at present I have a lot of loose skin on arms and back. Also I used to feel lot tired with thin and low density hair but after taking multivitamins situation improved only a bit, not satisfactorily.
Please mention the reason and medication as I was very healthy and had a good physique.
Category: General Physician
Gynecomastia is a common disorder of the endocrine system in which there is a non-cancerous increase in the size of male breast tissue. Most adolescent boys, up to 70%, have some breast development during puberty. Newborn and adolescent males often experience temporary gynecomastia due to the influence of maternal hormones and hormonal changes during puberty, respectively.
Your weight and BMI are important parameters, as is your age if you mentioned it. However generally, weight increase puts men at risk of hormonal disturbances which include increase in chest fat that appears to be breast tissue. This will require a doctor's check up and a few tests to determine the real diagnosis and cause so that treatment can be started.
Advised to visit a general physician and get clinically examined along with blood investigations (Testosterone, Estrogen, SHBG) to rule out hormonal disorder.
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