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Gynecomastia Surgery in Kanpur

Are you a male with enlarged breasts and losing self-confidence wherever you go? Don’t worry as here you will learn about advanced treatment techniques for shaping your chest area which is known as ‘Gynecomastia Surgery’

Gynecomastia Surgery is a treatment for guys with big breasts. Surgeons remove extra breast tissue and skin to make the chest flatter and more in line with male bodies.

 It’s done by plastic surgeons and is called mammoplasty.

Dr Ashish Khare is renowned in the field of plastic and cosmetic surgery, with a thriving practice, KALOSA HAIR TRANSPLANT & COSMETIC CLINIC, located in Kanpur.

With over 15 years of dedicated service, Dr Khare has earned a reputation as a highly skilled and the best gynecomastia surgeon in Kanpur.

With more than a decade of experience specifically in plastic surgery, Dr Khare has successfully performed over 5000 hair transplant procedures.

His expertise extends beyond hair restoration, encompassing various cosmetic procedures including body contouring, liposuction, and the correction of gynecomastia, a condition characterized by enlarged male breast tissue.

Dr Khare works hard to make sure every surgery he does turns out great and makes his patients happy. He knows it’s important for everyone to be able to get good medical care, so he tries to keep his prices fair. That’s why lots of people trust him and like him, not just in Kanpur, but in other parts of India and even outside the country.

What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia is when men have big or swollen breasts, which can happen at any age. It can happen because of hormone changes, genetics, being overweight, or taking certain medicines. 

Gynecomastia can give rise to emotional discomfort and low your self-confidence. Some men may even shy away from intimate situations and specific physical activities in order to hide their illness.

Gynecomastia is characterized by:

  • Too much fat in one spot
  • Too much glandular tissue
  • Sometimes extra skin on the breasts
  • It may occur on one or both sides.

Types of Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery is of two types:

Liposuction

Liposuction is a method where extra fat is sucked out using a vacuum. It is often used when there is too much fat deposited in the breasts.

Excision

Excision means taking out glandular tissue with surgery to make male breasts smaller and improve the shape of the chest.

Different Stages for Gynecomastia

The way the skin is sagging and how much the breasts have enlarged decides how the treatment is to be given to different levels of gynecomastia (when men’s breasts grow bigger).

Gynecomastia has been categorized into three grades based on how much the breasts have grown and how much extra skin there is.

Grade I: Slight enlargement without extra skin

Grade IIa: Medium enlargement without extra skin

Grade IIb: Medium enlargement with a bit of extra skin

Grade III: Big enlargement with extra skin and it looks like sagging female breasts

The Eligible Person for Gynecomastia Surgery

Candidates who are eligible for gynecomastia surgery include the following men:

  • People who don’t smoke
  • People who have practical hopes
  • People who tried other treatments that didn’t work
  • People who are a good weight and generally healthy
  • People with bigger breasts who feel bothered by them
  • People with a positive mindset who know there might be changes to their body

Gynecomastia Treatment

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Male breast growth, or gynecomastia, typically goes away on its own with time. Certain gynecomastia instances don’t need to be treated:

  • If it happens during puberty (when teenagers start to become adults), it usually goes away within six months to two years.
  • If certain medicines are causing it, your doctor might tell you to stop taking them to help treat it.

Treatment for enlarged male breasts could be necessary in situations where the reason is:

  • When there are other health problems like low hormones, severe hunger, and liver or kidney issues, the doctor focuses on treating those first.
  • If the man’s breasts keep on getting bigger even though there are no other health issues, and there’s been no improvement in six months, or if they hurt a lot, that is when the doctor might consider other options.

There are two ways to treat gynecomastia, depending on what may be the reason for it. It could be because of things like puberty happening too early, certain illnesses (like kidney or liver problems, being overweight, or certain medicines).

Medical Treatment

Depending on the patient’s condition, medication or hormonal therapy, the doctor advises the treatment for gynecomastia (male breast development) that includes:

If the medicine is making your breasts grow, your doctor might stop it or give you a different one.

If it is because your hormones are out of balance, the doctor might start a treatment that helps your body make the right hormones.

  • Testosterone replacement therapy
  • Estrogen receptor modulators

Surgical Treatment

There are two kinds of surgery for gynecomastia, or reducing male breast size, depending on whether there is excess fat or glandular tissue in the breasts:

  • Liposuction (male breast fat tissue removal)
  • Mastectomy (male glandular breast tissue removal) 

In some instances, both surgical treatments will be carried out, depending on the severity (gynecomastia stages) of the condition.

The Advantage of getting treatment at Kalosa Clinic

For a long time, feeling embarrassed, avoiding swimming or going to the gym, and not being comfortable wearing certain clothes or taking off your shirt around others because of big breasts can be tough. But there’s a solution here: a simple surgery (Gynecomastia Treatment) at Kalosa Clinic can change all that.

It only takes a few hours in the hospital, and you’ll need about 1-2 days to rest afterwards. This surgery can help you feel better about yourself and get rid of those worries that have been bothering you. As for the cost, it is very reasonable for each person who are willing to take treatment at Kalosa. 

Since everyone’s situation is different, the price is decided case by case by your doctor. Book an appointment with the best gynecomastia surgeon in Kanpur– Dr Ashish Khare who will tell you what kind of surgery you will require.

Why Choose Kalosa for Gynecomastia Treatment?

  • Intensive care available around the clock
  • More than 15 years of experience
  • Over 3500 gynecomastia surgeries performed in india
  • Highly rated cosmetic surgery centre
  • A plastic surgery board-certified surgeon
  • Diagnostic tests included
  • Full-body liposuction done in one session
  • Cost-effective

Frequently Asked Questions

How to determine whether it is gynecomastia?

Examine the region behind and around the nipples (one or both). See your doctor right away if you experience any pain or discover any soft, rubbery lumps in that area. If none of these are present, your doctor will diagnose you with pseudogynecomastia, which is caused by storing too much body fat. If not, he or she may order more testing to be more certain.

  • Ultrasound and X-ray scans of the breasts.
  • Checking for other conditions like kidney, thyroid, and liver problems, testicular cancer, or tumours in the adrenal glands or pituitary gland.

Why does gynecomastia result from cirrhosis?

Gynecomastia can result from cirrhosis for several reasons. 

  • Individuals suffering from liver cirrhosis: Their adrenal glands produce more hormones.
  • The liver’s diminished ability to remove adrenal androgens from the bloodstream.
  • A rise in the blood levels of hormone-binding globulin, which lowers the blood levels of free testosterone.
  • A decrease in testosterone levels is one factor that leads to gynecomastia, which is characterized by enlarged male breast tissue that’s commonly referred to as “man boobs.”

What are the risks included in Gynecomastia surgery?

Side effects of the procedure may include:

  • Swelling: Your chest may appear swollen after the surgery, but this typically gets recovered as you heal.
  • Bruising: Some areas of your chest may have bruising, which can be tender but usually fade with time.
  • Pain and discomfort: It is common to feel some pain and discomfort after the surgery, but your doctor can prescribe medicines to help manage it.
  • Numbness: You may experience numbness in certain areas of your chest, which can gradually improve over time as your body heals.

Can testosterone treat gynecomastia?

Yes, testosterone replacement therapy can help to resolve it. This therapy balances the levels of testosterone and estrogen in the blood thereby reducing the condition of gynecomastia (male breast development).

What are the indications and symptoms of gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia breast augmentations typically feel firm or rubbery, and they are symmetrical about the nipple. Generally speaking, both sides are impacted, albeit this can just happen on one. Even when both parties are involved, the extension may have more weight on one page. Gynecomastia does not cause excruciating discomfort, however the enlarged region may feel sensitive.

Men’s breast cancer is typically only one-sided and not always focused around the nipple, in contrast to male chest cancer. Additional signs of malignancy include axillary lymph node hypertrophy, skin capitulation, nipple retraction, nipple discharge, and stiff or tight tissue sensation.

Is it possible to have other surgeries along with gynecomastia surgery?

Yes, gynecomastia surgery can be done together with procedures like liposuction or placing pectoral implants to get the best results. The decision about which procedures to combine depends on the person’s unique requirements and the advice of the surgeon.

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