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Female Breast For Men
Become pregnant: And breast feed your new baby. Honest, breast implants exist because there is no "natural" way to enlarge breasts. Even breast enlargement via fat grafts is controversial because of the potential for obscuring mammographic detection of early breast cancers, since some of the injected fat dies, causing scars and microcalcifications. Radiologists can often spot the difference, but betting your life? ...Read more
Congratulations for being able to verbalize this secret in your life. But, one does not just do this on their own.
To get the proper hormones you will need to be in some sort of therapeutic relationship with a mental health specialist and then to be working with a physician who has experience with this. I often have patients start here to find the right doctor by zip code: http://www. Glma. Org. ...Read more
Transgender: There are some clinics and physicians who specialize in gender reassignment. You need to Google centers for gender reassignment to find them. I hope this helped ...Read more
I want female breast so I started taking a item called natural curves from GNC how long will it take before I see results?
Transgendered: You will get zero results from this product. I would advise you not to waste your money. This product will not change the male anatomy. ...Read more
Iam 29 age male sir. My breast tip (niple) project in female breast model any medicines available in this problem without operations sir?
Gynecomastia: What you are describing is called gynecomastia and it might be caused by various reasons: obesity, hormonal imbalances, liver problems, medications. You would need to be seen by your doctor and tested specifically for potential problems. The treatment depends on what is causing this symptom. ...Read more
More Specific Please: Best to restate your question more specifically. There are a variety of female breast operations available, depending on the patient's situation and goals. Most, if done for the appropriate indications, by well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons are quite patient pleasing. I look forward to seeing your question in a more specific form. Best wishes. ...Read more
No such thing: Estrogen is the natural hormone in a woman's body that stimulates breast growth. This is in conjuction with the genetic programming that you have inherited. When a female is pregnant, prolactin from the pituitary causes milk production. There is not a specific hormone on the market that will selectively cause breast enlargement. An extreme measure would be to start lactation to enlarge breasts. ...Read more
Lactation: Lactation is a complex process requiring specific anatomy and hormonal fluctuations. This is very difficult to reproduce ...Read more
Gynecomastia: Sounds like a common adolescent condition related to hormones, excess estrogen usually. Excessive weight is a common related cause, as estrogen levels are higher in adolescent boys that are overweight. This can improve with time, weight loss, but cosmetic removal can be considered. ...Read more
What would cause a white blotchy area to a female breast and is itchy, but painful when scratched?
Is the % of malignant microcalcifications in female breast age related? Benign more often in under 40 or over 40?
Microcalcifications: Breast microcalcifications are very common. Age is not so much a predictor of benign versus malignant. More important is whether they are "clustered" and how they behave over time. It would be common to recommend a repeat imaging in 6 months to "demonstrate stability". New clustered microcalcifications are more concerning. ...Read more
It depends on age:
If you are premenopausal, your survival chances are lower. If you are postmenopausal, the chances are higher. Overall, though, 5 year survival is about 90%.
See this link for some very useful graphs on this subject.
http://www. Southernregional. Org/services/cancer/annual-report/. ...Read more
What are reasons nipples may become larger? 19 years old female. Breast are very tender, feel heavy but don't look bigger. Nipples do however.
Pregnancy: You should consider getting a pregnancy test. ...Read more
Female Breast Cancer 5yrs ago check was clear for past 5 yrs. Last year Check had Pain in Area had biopsy was OKcan 3DMarker causing pain be removed?
Not usually needed: I'd look for another reason for pain besides the radiographic marker that was placed a year ago. Those are inert. ...Read more
Not really: Most breast cancers are without symptoms. That is why many are missed. Males having such little breast tissue may notice a lump earlier but not always so many go undetected because few realize that men are also susceptible to breast cancer. ...Read more
Female Breast Cancer 5yrs ago check was clear for past 5 yrs. Last year Check had Pain in Area had biopsy and OK but Still have Stent, Why?
Stent?: What do you mean by stent? Do you mean a stent in the heart or a stent in the breast? If you mean a stent in the heart then it means that a blood vessel feeding the heart muscle was narrowed and to stop further narrowing a stent was placed. I am not if this is what you are asking, though ...Read more
Age 40, female, breast cancer. Mri report b4 surgery states: please correlate clinically for any abnormality with right side port. What does this mean?
It means: Need additional evaluation, decision by your doctor, as result you already had biopsy. Now tell us the good new about your biopsy report. All diagnostic tests are great but ultimate final diagnosis is by biopsy only, which you had, good luck. ...Read more
60Y/o Female Breast with lump, boils with pus discharge, swelling of the arm and affected breast. Discoloration of the affected part. What's this?
What to do if I am full crossdressers most weekends but don't want theropy or that but can a male get female breast implants and still b a man?
I have had the opportunity to work with several men interested in breast implants (to feminize the chest wall). This is a different situation from trans gender patients in transition and from men who are looking to augment their chest walls (pectoralis implants).
This subset of patients is somewhat uncommon; very important to understand patient motivation clearly and to advise carefully... ...Read more
See Plastic surgeon: Contact your local plastic/cosmetic surgeon for a consult and s/he will be able to assess what would be appropriate and also show you some before and after photos. ...Read more
Hello. I am a 48 yr old female. Have been having a problem with itchy breasts/ nipples for the past 6 to 8 months or so. I'm 48 yrs old with 2 kids/men. (22 and 25 yrs old) itchy nipples and scratching til they are raw and bleed is my problem having som
First: First of all, please be sure that your mammograms are up to date. I would recommend that you see your regular doctor, gynecologist or a breast specialist to have a complete evaluation. Of course if that is negative, then be sure that it is not your bra that may have something irritating in it, or that you haven't used new lotions/creams or laundry detergents. But I do advise that you have a complete breast evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
Hi doctor, I'm a girl and I'm 18 years old. I want to grow my breast size. I've read about a man drink tea that includes: fenugreek, fennel seeds, saw palmetto, wild yam and his breast size has gone from 38" to 43". Will that recipe work for a female like
Depends in degree: For mild degrees of fullness and early sagging liposuction and it's various forms (ultrasonic, power assisted, radiofrequency, etc) may help to diminish the size and help skin contraction particularly in a young individual. More advanced forms will require surgical excision of excess skin which may leave more noticeable scars. ...Read more
Galactorrhea: Men and women both have "milk ducts, " but a different hormonal environment leads to milk production in women only. Lactation is the true production of milk that occurs during pregnancy when Progesterone levels are high and stimulate maturation of the milk producing glands. Outside this setting, we worry about tumors and hormonal imbalances (prolactin) that lead to galactorrhea (nipple discharge). ...Read more