There are two reasons why a guy might have man boobs. The first is a medical condition. Clinical gynecomastia—male breast enlargement—can result from a hormonal imbalance or elevated levels of estrogen and lowered levels of testosterone. It’s usually not a serious problem and may go away on its own. However, if you think you have gynecomastia and it continues to persist, you should visit a doctor to find out if medication or surgery will help.
The second reason is excess fat stored in the chest. Sure, you can run out and buy yourself a manssiere, but there might be a better way to get rid of your moobs.
To reduce the fat deposits located in their breast area many men are opting for liposuction to remove the fat pockets and eliminate their moobs.
The dreaded moobs can be detrimental to a guys self confidence leaving him feeling more mumsy than masculine. Male breast reduction offers a simple solution to the problem, and is becoming an increasingly popular procedure in the UK and other western countries.
So if your guy has moobs like Jabba and is feeling a little self conscious in exposing his torso on the beach this summer give Secret Surgery a try – we can arrange the scans to determine if you need gynacomasty or liposcution, the surgery and flights/accommodation all with an affordable payment plan if needed.
The condition of being significantly overweight can cause stress on your health in many ways. If your physical activity has been limited due to your overweight condition, you may have weak muscle and poor skin tone, and your skin may be severely stretched.
Bariatric surgery, in its various forms, is one method of major weight loss for individuals clinically defined as obese. Following weight reduction surgery, or any substantial weight loss, the skin and tissues often lack elasticity and cannot conform to the reduced body size. As a result, skin that has been severely stretched now is unsupported, and begins to sag in pockets that most commonly develop around these areas:
- Face, neck and jowls, resulting in a droopy, sad appearance
- Upper arms, resulting in a “bat-wing” appearance
- Breasts, causing them to flatten and hang with nipples pointing down
- Abdominal area, extending around the sides and into the lower back, resulting in an apron-like overhang
- Buttocks, groin and thighs, causing hanging pockets of skin
- Weak and sagging skin that becomes macerated (wet or infected) is not only unattractive, it is also a serious threat to your health that should be treated.
Surgical body contouring after major weight loss improves the shape and tone of the underlying tissue that supports fat and skin, and removes excess sagging fat and skin. The result is a more normal body appearance with smoother contours. This is, in essence, the final phase of your total weight loss experience.
However, before you decide to undergo body-contouring surgery, it is important to understand that your weight loss must have stabilized. If you continue to lose weight, sagging pockets will redevelop. If you rapidly regain the weight you have lost, you will traumatically stress your already weakened and thin skin, causing further stress to the skin, visible stretch marks and wide scars.
If you have weight reduction surgery, your plastic surgeon will work closely with your physician to determine when it is appropriate for you to begin body contouring.