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Content updated on Nov 2, 2022

What is gynecomastia?

A condition where abnormal hormone levels cause males to develop female characteristics (enlargement of the breast). Common causes include medications and tumors in the brain.

Symptoms of gynecomastia

  • Enlarged male breast tissue

  • Breast lump

  • Nipples are very sensitive

  • Breasts feel stretched, tight or full

Questions your doctor may ask to check for gynecomastia

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose gynecomastia

  • Do you think your breasts are getting bigger?

  • Do you feel a lump in your breast?

  • Are your nipples so sensitive that you have discomfort, pain, or itch when your clothes touch them?

  • Do your breasts feel stretched, tight or full?

Treatment for gynecomastia

Treatment for this condition depends on the cause. Simple options include dressing in a less noticeable way and losing weight. The doctor may prescribe you hormone therapy to correct imbalances, or surgery if tumors are the cause.

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