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Question: Deformed chest

 hamptonpage - Sun Feb 06, 2005 3:42 pm

My chest is abnormal . Shaped like small women's breast. Feels like fat tissue behind nipple. kind of tender to touch. I am 165 lbs 72" and 24yo. I kave had this since 13 yo. I have never been overweight . I work out daily in healthy condition no sicknesses. What could cause this? What actions should I take?
 Dr. Heba Ismail - Mon Feb 07, 2005 1:23 pm

Dear hamptonpage,
From your description, it seems you have a condition called "physiologic or idiopathic gynecomastia", which is the abnormal enlargement of the male breasts. It appears around the onset of puberty, usually disappears spontaneously, but may persist if larger than 4 cm in diameter. If you find it annoying, plastic surgery can be considered, provided your doctor has ruled out any underlying cause.
 Ice_reaver545 - Fri Sep 23, 2005 11:32 pm

Im new to this but this subject is about deformed chests my chest is abnormal it has one side perfect then the other side looks like my bottom part of my rib cage is dented in then chest part is like sticking out i don't know what to do


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