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How can I get rid of pigeon chest?

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Pectins carinatum, or "pigeon chest", occurs in about 1 in 1, 000 teenagers and is more common in males.
Most people with pectus anomaly accept and live happily with the shape of their chest. For others, it causes considerable psychological concerns: negative self-image and low self-confidence. After skeletal maturity (mid-teens), major surgery is the only way of correcting.

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Pectins carinatum, or "pigeon chest", occurs in about 1 in 1, 000 teenagers and is more common in males.
Most people with pectus anomaly accept and live happily with the shape of their chest. For others, it causes considerable psychological concerns: negative self-image and low self-confidence. After skeletal maturity (mid-teens), major surgery is the only way of correcting.
Dr. Gregory Lewis
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