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How to Get Rid of Gynecomastia?

Enlarged male breast tissue, known as gynecomastia, can occur in males of all ages but is commonly observed during infancy, puberty, and older adulthood. The leading cause of gynecomastia is a hormonal imbalance between testosterone and estrogen. 

Various other factors can also contribute to this condition. However, this condition can be treated. And one of the best ways to get rid of gynecomastia is surgery. 


Types of Gynecomastia Surgery 

The typical surgical approach for treating gynecomastia involves eliminating excess breast tissue, often including fat removal. Gynecomastia surgery is a procedure that involves the careful removal of excess glandular breast tissue through a delicate incision.

Before your surgery, the surgeon may advise you to discontinue certain medications that can increase the risk of bleeding, to abstain from alcohol and smoking, and to focus on optimizing your nutrition to facilitate a smooth recovery and promote healing after the procedure. 

Gynecomastia surgery is performed under general anesthesia in most cases. But the surgeon may perform the procedure under local anesthesia or oral sedation, depending upon the patient’s condition. 

Here are the two types of gynecomastia surgery: 


Liposuction is a surgical procedure that involves removing excess fat from the chest area. It uses a thin, hollow cannula to suction out the fat. During the procedure, the glandular tissue in the chest is typically left intact, as this tissue is responsible for the breast’s shape and volume.


The excision process involves creating bigger surgical openings in the affected area. It is necessary when granular breast tissue or extra skin must be eliminated to address gynecomastia. 

A surgical procedure that involves removing or repositioning the areola is necessary to achieve a more masculine look. The individual case and the surgeon’s preference will determine the incision method.

Liposuction And Excision Combination 

Surgeons may use a combination of liposuction and excision to remove the maximum of unwanted tissue and fat. Excess breast tissue can cause the breast to sag and pull the nipple downwards, which can lead to the stretching of the skin around the nipple (areola) and make it appear larger.

This surgery may involve resizing and repositioning the nipple. It is an invasive procedure and may take a longer healing time. 

How to Get Rid of Gynecomastia With Exercise?

If you are unsure about surgical treatments, exercise is a non-surgical alternative to eliminate gynecomastia. Exercises such as cardio and chest exercises can help reduce the appearance of man boobs. 

While cardio exercise burns general body fat, chest exercises help increase the size of the pectoral muscles. It reduces chest fat and builds muscle to prevent loose skin. 

You can adopt the following exercises if you want to remove your extra fat: 

    • Walking and running 

    • Rowing machines 

    • Swimming 

    • Bench press

    • Bent-Forward Cable Crossover


Men commonly feel stressed and embarrassed when they have enlarged breasts, but it’s important to know that you can address these feelings. 

While gynecomastia can be challenging to conceal, surgical options can help you eliminate this issue and feel more confident in your body.

Suppose you are experiencing feelings of embarrassment, anxiety, or depression due to gynecomastia, or you have been diagnosed with gynecomastia. In that case, Essence Aesthetic can help you get rid of it. 


1. Is gynecomastia surgery safe? 

Gynecomastia surgery is generally very safe; it has a success rate of more than 90%. However, like all surgeries, complications are possible. Its common complications include bleeding, scarring, bruising, numbness, and loss of sensation.

2. How much does gynecomastia surgery cost? 

The cost of gynecomastia surgery depends on the severity and extent of the condition, ranging from Rs 40,000 to Rs 80,000. The cost covers the surgery, dressings, and follow-up appointments.

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