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Category Archives: Healing

Can I Still Have Man Boob Surgery: Part II

Can I still have man boob surgery if...

A while back, we wrote a “what if” blog post to address questions guys often pose online and in our New York man boobs consultation appointments. The aim was to answer frequent gynecomastia questions from men who wonder if they’re candidates for surgery if they have a chronic condition, take certain medications and so on. … »

Monday, June 7, 2021

Mondor’s Syndrome, a Rare Gynecomastia Complication

Mondor's syndrome after gynecomastia surgery

If you’re one of those guys who insists on being aware of every detail related to gynecomastia surgery, here’s a rare possible complication for your list: Mondor’s syndrome (sometimes called Mondor’s disease or Mondor disease). If your drive for knowledge is based on worry, like a few of our New York man boobs patients, we … »

Friday, April 16, 2021

When to Call us After Man Boob Surgery in New York

after man boob surgery in New York

New Yorkers aren’t known to be shy to speak up, that’s for sure. And that’s a good thing when we’re talking about gynecomastia surgery—we advise our patients to call the practice if they have any concerns at all between post-op visits. At the same time, most people don’t want to bother us—or fuel their own … »

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Real Patient Question: Incision Placement for Gynecomastia Surgery

Real Patient Question: Incision Placement for Gynecomastia Surgery

We field a huge list of “what, when, where and why” questions from our New York gynecomastia patients and from people online at gynecomastia.org. One of the frequent “where” questions relates to incision placement. Naturally, guys worry about where their eventual scars will be located and how noticeable they may be. The Very Best Case … »

Monday, August 17, 2020
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