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Gynecomastia In Teenagers: Why Teen Boys Develop Breasts
Teenage Gynecomastia - Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Newport Beach
Teenage is a time for many changes and emotional upheaval. While some teens embrace these changes with open arms, other changes, for a want of a better word, are downright embarrassing. And, if your teen son feels humiliated because of his growing breasts, he may have Gynecomastia. What is it?
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When and Why a Teen Should Start Seeing a Gynecologist
Teenage gynecomastia is the development of male breasts in adolescent boys who are pre-pubescent or going through puberty. Gynecomastia in teenagers usually goes away by the late teen years. The excess breast tissue growth seen during puberty is a result of hormonal changes in the body affecting both androgens and estrogens.
For teens who suffer from gynecomastia, or enlarged male breasts, adolescence can be especially difficult. This can lead to feelings of self-consciousness and have a lasting impact on self-image. This is due to fluctuating hormones; many boys produce excess estrogen during puberty, causing some breast development. You also may also be nervous about the prospect of your son having cosmetic surgery, especially at a young age. Whether or not to pursue treatment is a highly personal decision to be made between you, your child, your pediatrician, and an experienced cosmetic surgeon.