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Gynecomastia Chest Overweight
Muscle loss,fatigue, brainfog. Abdomin fat gain. CT chest abdomen negative.Symptoms1year exsmoker age 49.Thyroid OK, celliacs neg,not menopause,ideas?
Ideas: This might sound strange but I strongly recommend you see a Psychologist. That doctor will help with your current concerns and may refer you to your primary doctor. Please let me know what develops. ...Read more
Gynecomastia is enlargement of the breast tissue in male patients. A common reason for it is during the puberty. Other causes are secondary to hormonal imbalnce, liver function abnormality, side effect of certain medications or other drugs, excess alcohol consumption and sometimes unknown causes. It would be best to see a breast care provider to work up its causes and ...Read more
Muscle loss, fatigue, brainfog. Abdominal fat gain. CT chest abdomen negative.Symptoms1 year ex smoker age 49. Thyroid OK, celliacs neg. Ideas?
Aging: Are you going through menopause? The symptoms could well be related to menopause. However, it's best to undergo a complete physical exam and obtain lab tests including a comprehensive metabolic panel, thyroid tests and complete blood count to start. The symptoms could be related to diabetes, thyroid disease both of which are very common. Your Primary provider will check. ...Read more
Slightly: But not to a great deal. Weight loss and exercise can decrease girth of gynecomastia a little, but not significantly. Liver function okay? Have you talked to your prescribing physician about current medications and relationship to gynecomastia? While weight loss and exercise can help, if it does not decrease it enough when you are at a healthy weight, then surgery is next option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe SOB, exercise intolerance, chestpain, high/weak heartrate, barrel chest, early nail clubbing, swollen abdomen.Normal ekg, echo,lungfunctiontest?
Mgt/workup: From you description, you may have COPD, CF or another cardio pulmonary condition. In addition, shunting can occur outside the thorax. I would suggest checking total lung capacity, DLCO, a blood count, spirometry with and without a bronchodilator, a CFsweat test and a HRCT of the chest and possibly abdomen. A clotting disorder should also be considered. ...Read more
35 yr old male with diabetes and hypertension. Overweight . smoker. Recent fatigue and chest discomfort. Dr. Says too young for heart. True?
Chest pain: Chest discomfort is a symptom which must be taken seriously. You don't want to wait until something bad happens to find out it was your heart. Multiple risk factors (diabetes, smoking, hypertension) makes it more likely even in younger patients. Evaluation would include an EKG and possibly others like a stress test. For personalized advice, consider a consult on HealthTap. ...Read more
37 female.Quit smoking 14 yrs ago.Normal BMI,cholesterol,EKG,BP. Have 5-10 sec. pains in chest and sternum.PCP says heart ok.Odds of cardiac problem?
33 male no family history, normal cholestrol. Ekg and Echo stress fine. Chest pain under left nipple. Worried will have heart attack. Angina?
Not likely: So far nothing to suggest that your pain is heart related. Its relation with physical activities, duration, characteristics, radiation, etc will make it more or less likely to be related to your heart. Is there a chance that anxiety is playing a role here? You' ve had comprehensive work- up that essentially ruled it out. ...Read more
44 fem anxty/panic hiatal hernia center chest pain in betw breast reflux burping EKG chest X-ray labs all good. 40mg Prilosec worried about cause?
The hiatal hernia: This type of hernia causes the reflux. If you're happy with your symptom control on the prilosec, it's ok to continue, but that drug causes oseoporosis, pneumonia, and gastric polyps. As young as you are, i recommend you consider having the hiatal hernia repaired by a surgeon, which ends your reflux for good. Also, if you have "asthma", this may be the reflux and an operation can cure that too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can LPR reflux cause shortness of breath on mild exertion echo.xray pft CBP thyroid are normal weight is ideal no asthama?
GERD? : Gastroesophageal reflux or GERD (is that what you mean by lpr reflux?) can cause aspiration and bronchospasm. The refluxing acid can trickle down the airways (aspiration) & cause them to spasm. You can then get shortness of breath, wheezing & cough. If you are having these symptoms, then do discuss this with your primary medical provider or specialist because help is available. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Push ups, bench : Press, arm curl exercises may help. Or some people are better endowed than others. Best of luck! ...Read more
4" erect penis, underdeveloped chest, skinny everywhere except pot belly, had gallbladder surgery, natural receding hairline, patchy beard, 21. Low T?
Age 35, female, 50 pds overweight, non-smoker, rarely drink, all cholesterol normal except LDL 131. Pain in center of chest when stressed. Angina?
Weight gain, swollen ankles more left, cough more then 2 months, head aches, chest pain when eating, irregular periods, enlarged lymnodes in lungs, ?
See your doctor: 2 months of systemic symptoms and enlarged lung lymph nodes could be caused by a chronic infection of some types of blood or lymph cancer. Sometimes these things are hard to sort out but you should be working closely with your regular doctor or a pulmonary (lung) specialist. ...Read more
Symptoms: abdominal obesity, palpitations, cold hands/feet, irregular periods, adult acne, reactive hypoglycemia, sugar cravings. Hormone issue?
I'll bet so: You need to be under the care of a competent physician who can manage the complex of hyperandrogenism, obesity, Insulin resistance, menstrual problems, and hyperandrogenism that is so common today. Equally important -- forgive me, but you know it's true -- you'll be far happier and healthier if you get back to a lifestyle of intense aerobic exercise. Be brave and get better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pectus carinatum: Pc when the chest protrudes.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have belly fat and fatty pectorals, can I lose this belly fat and man boobs by running, swimming, and weight lifting, ?
Yes: A primary care doctor can help make sure nothing unusual is going on. Avoid carbs (sugar and simple starches) because they increase the belly fat. Losing weight means eating fewer calories than one's body needs to burn each day. Also, marijuana use and excess alcohol drinking have been reported to lead to man-boobs. ...Read more
Gynecomastia, or enlargement of the male breast gland, can be due to hormone, imabalances, medications, age, or genetics. It is a medically treatable condition - see a board-certified plastic surgeon for the different options. These can include liposuction, direct excision of the glandular tissue, and even excision of ...Read more
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