Gynecomastia or gyno is the word used by doctors to describe man boobs. It happens when the breast tissue, which is found in all men, enlarges so that it can be seen and felt, causing breasts to form. As this is not usual in men, it has a medical term – gynecomastia.
All breast tissue responds to hormone levels. In most men, most of the time, the level of the ‘male’ hormone testosterone is much higher than the level of the ‘female’ hormone estrogen. This balance means that breast tissue does not grow and most men are not even aware that it’s there. If anything changes the balance of these hormones (so either testosterone falls or estrogen rises) this can send a message to the breast tissue telling it to grow. As the breast tissue grows it becomes obvious and forms gynecomastia.
At Dr Manjot’s Clinic, during the gynecomastia procedure, anaesthesia is administered for your comfort. In cases where gynecomastia is primarily the result of excess fatty tissue, liposuction techniques alone may be used. Excision techniques are recommended where glandular breast tissue or excess skin must be removed to correct gynecomastia. Excision also is necessary if the areola will be reduced or the nipple is required to be repositioned to a more natural male contour. Sometimes gynecomastia is treated with both liposuction and excision.
There is minimal to moderate pain after the procedure and all normal activities are resumed after 4-6 weeks post-surgery. Final results after the surgery start to appear after 3 or more months. The patient can see visible changes in the chest such as a flatter, firmer and more masculine chest contour as desired.
A vaginoplasty (vaginal tightening) procedure focuses on reducing the width of the vagina. Although naturally designed to stretch during sex and childbirth, the tissues of the vagina can lose elasticity over time, particularly following multiple childbirths. This permanent stretching can sometimes affect a woman’s enjoyment during sex.
During a vaginoplasty, a cosmetic surgeon may use techniques such as tightening the perineal muscles or making repairs to the rear vaginal wall, reducing the overall width of the vagina and “tightening” the tissues. While vaginoplasty is typically sought as a cosmetic procedure, it can also be used as a reconstructive procedure to address birth defects or tissue injuries that may have occurred during childbirth.
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