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Thread: Puffy nipples and have never done a cycle how to get rid (not gyno)

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    Default Puffy nipples and have never done a cycle how to get rid (not gyno)

    Im 22yoa and really want to do my first cycle of test e or c, i am
    Worried about my nipples theyre already puffy for some reason have been for a good 3 yrs now i have had them checked by a professional gp and declares it is not gyno, im not sure what to do or hoe to get rid of i am weighing in at about 83kg but have been trainning for 4 years cannot seem to get rid of them
    I would say my bf% is about 13 or 14 and i am 6ft
    Any sugestions?
    Thanks any comments are well appreciated

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    can you show it to us? it could be few things, but its always better to see before giving advice.

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    I would get a second opinion. Find a specialist, one that specialises in breast surgery for men/women......Ive been there and done it bro, GP's are next to useless unless you have a bone protruding or a severed artery, even then I would put more faith in an Ambo driver lol
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    Heres where you start looking for a specialist bro.
    Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
    They wont recommend a particular surgeon but they will give you a list of practitioners in your general area. If your in Melb, pm me and I'll shoot you the details of the surgeon I used, she was absolutely brilliant!
    Its upto you to do your research on the surgeons before you choose one. Ask for pics of their work, references, experience, success rates, work history etc etc etc. You can claim any surgery on Medicare......if you say your in pain/discomfort, otherwise it goes down as elective surgery which can cost up around 6-8K depending......
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    Danno has been down this path and I will too when the time comes. Solid advice though. That's the path you need to go to. Give up with gp's
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    Thanks danno yeah im in melb vic ill pm you, is it costly? Ive geard u can take some sort of oral capsule if its estrogen causing the problem, but if its pubescent is surgery thr only way?

    Cheers guys

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    if its not caused by anabolics health care will usually cover it (in canada anyways). if not the surgery is around 5k unfortunately

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    I think our medicare system will cover most of it. IF its pseudo gyno then he will most likely be looking at liposuction which isnt such a big deal.......not sure if its a local or general but its not an overnight hospital thing. Shouldnt cost too much, maybe 1-3K. I had full blown surgery both sides, overnight in a private hospital, all the bells and whistles and it cost me around 6-8K if memory serves me correctly.
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    Thanks heaps for all eveyones awnseres help heaps im startin to look into now made an appointment for monday to that cosmetic surgeon see whst shes got to say

    Cheers

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    Im curious what you mean by puffy? Did you ever have any other symptoms along the way? Was a real diagnosis ever made or is it simply a body feature that you don't desire and want to have adjusted (which is fine)? Were you overweight during your teen years? Im just curious to know is all. Keep us updated please and good luck to you.

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