Gynecomastia: Gynecomastia refers to enlarged breast tissue in males. It can affect one or both breasts and can cause discomfort, embarrassment, and difficulty exercising. It’s often caused by hormonal imbalances.

Reduction in breast size for a more masculine appearance.
Improved comfort and ability to participate in physical activities.
Increased self-confidence.

Potential for scarring or unevenness.
Risk of complications during surgery.
May require nipple or areola repositioning.

Alternatives: Medication or monitoring may be suitable depending on the cause and severity.

Recovery: Recovery time varies based on the procedure performed. Typically, it involves wearing a compression garment and avoiding strenuous activity for several weeks.

Disclaimer: A consultation with a plastic surgeon experienced in male breast reduction is crucial to determine the best course of treatment for gynecomastia.