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Mature Obese Boobs
Sir I am very much frustrated by my large man boobs growing still at the age of 23. I am not obese.what should I do.
Male breast tissue: About 1/2 males will undergo a transient nipple/breast enlargement at he onset of puberty. Carrying extra weigh aggravates the issue as part of the enlargement is fat.Most will resolve slowly as other hormonal changes kick in over about a year.If the process is unchanged after 2-3 yrs ; you've made an effort to lose any extra weight, it is time to discuss it with a surgeon. No meds will fix it ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The definition started with Louis Israel Dublin, chief statistician of the Metropolitan life insurance company, in the early 1940s, as a BMI >25 (definitely >30) for people in their 20's based on retrospective observational life insurance data of the age at which people died later in life. This was subsequently adopted by the medical disease industry. However, BMI is ...Read more
22 year old female. Have white strech marks on stomach, boobs & arms. Any treatment to get rid of them? Weight 72 kgs. Was obese earlier. Please reply
Improve: Stretch marks are permanent changes to the skin from rapid expansion either due to rapid growth or weight gain. We don't have anything to get rid of them but the initial redness will usually fade over time. For chronic stretch marks some improvement has been seen with needling and fractionated laser resurfacing. Best Wishes! ...Read more
I have a huge breast because i'm obese. Every year i gain kilos even if i'm on diet.I would reduce my breast with surgery, but my weight isn't stable!
Lifestyle: Remember to keep your weight stable your breast size stable to decreasing, you need to try to be as consistent as possible about how your eat(while there are many diets out there, be careful about extremes, and try to eat a colorful diet of nonprocessed foods with a focus on vegetables/fruits) and your activity level. Consistency is hard but will be your best bet. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fat transfers: Before having any cosmetic surgery it's ideal if you are 10-15 lbs from your goal weight. Your risk factors of having a complication with be much better and your final outcome will be much nicer. Good luck and have a consult with a board certified plastic surgeon for more options ...Read more
I am 28 yrs lady with high blood, currently having sharp pain under my breast. i excise three times a week, I'm not obese. what could be the cause?
Genetics: If you are having Chest pain and you have high blood pressure, you should go to the emergency room. Young women have high blood pressure usually because of genetic inheritance of high cholesterol. It needs to be treated. Continue your exercise only after a doctor consultation regarding chest pain. Good Luck! ...Read more
Risk is higher: Being overweight (obese being the category for the most overweight) is associated with a modest increased risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. It is seen mainly in women who have never had menopausal hormone therapy and probably relates to increased estrogen levels in overweight postmenopausal women. Premenopausal overweight women have a reduced risk of breast cancer! ...Read more
Recurrent boil under breast flap (not obese). Just bought hibiclens to help with pain/redness. How often should I wash area to help clear boil?
Been having breast discomfort for awhile now.Is it because they're too big?I'm 23, 40d, obese, & have no family history of cancer.Can i get mammogram?
30 F, obese. Having dull ache above/behind left breast off/on, few sec-min.Nothing Causes it, worse with anxiety/panic. Tests normal.Costocondritis?
Costochondritis: Possible, if workup was normal. What medications are you taking?. ...Read more
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