Gynecomastia is not a disease says doctors of Panacea Hospital

Common disorder of the endocrine system is known as Gynecomastia, which makes male chest looks like woman’s breast. This disease affects almost half of the world population. Most of these cases start in puberty due the imbalance of sex hormones and other cases involves side effect of some medication, anabolic steroids, alcohol etcetera. Good news is, any age is perfect to undergo the operation to get rid of it, and you just need be emotionally stable for it.

The root cause behind Gynecomastia is fat and a combination of breast tissue that most of the doctors have to deal with today. The surgery can be done two ways, one involves the liposuction and the other one is done by cutting out excess glandular tissue. The results are permanent and can be seen clearly after the surgery, even the scar remain hidden under the nipple.

Although this hormonal imbalance is not hazardous for the person having it, rather it’s more of a psychological disturbance for them, which usually lowers their confidence to deal with rest of the world and live a normal life. People who face this problem in India usually don’t pay heed to it and they learn to live with it as it is. They also don’t go for the surgery due to the lack of knowledge regarding the same.

As the medical science is marking its presence in every field, people are becoming more aware to treat every disease and every possible hormonal imbalance in the human body. There is no lack of Hospitals that consider the cases of Gynecomastia Surgery. Panacea Hospital in Bangalore is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to treat people suffering from Gynecomastia. Panacea Hospital provides various kinds of surgeries for Gynecomastia which includes Peri-areolar Incision, Infra-mammary approach, Minimally invasive surgery; and all of them are hundred percent reliable.

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