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Can gyno occur even after a surgery?

Highjason

Member
Member
Hey guys,

This feb, I "felt" like i had some gyno issue and went doctor to check.

It was BEFORE starting my first cycle. I was shredded at that time, but i felt i had some sort of man boobs. They werent flat like arnolds. I was a fat kid when i was young, and trained years to lose weight and build muscles. I had 6 packs poppin, no love handles, but still had some boobs sticking out.

Surprisingly, the doctor said i had absolutely no gyno! But i didnt listen to him and had a surgery. The doctor removed some sorta gland tissue? Some white fat shit under my nipple. It was like the size of my thumb after i saw them from removal.

My question is, can a common gyno issue occur to me even i have removed gland tissue? Can increase estrogen from aromatization somehow resurrect this gland tissue and cause gyno issue?

My first cycle was just test only 500/wk for 10 weeks and nolva only pct for 4 wks. Absolutely no side effects besides some acnes.

Currently, its my first week pf test deca cycle, 500 and 400/wk.

Any warm feedback is welcome.

Thanks,
 

peanutbuttermc

New member
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If they take the gland out completely, no gyno wont occur. Now there's other health issues that go along with high estrogen.
 

DylanGemelli

Founding Member
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Low Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Fatigue along the lines of sleepiness
  • hypersomnia (sleeping too much and too often)
  • strong erections but limited sensitivity
  • loss of erections
  • osteoporosis and osteopenia
  • joint pain, clicking or popping joints
  • eye fatigue (eyes seem more tired despite adequate sleep, dark circles)
  • loss of libido (interest in sex)
  • difficulty retaining water (constant urination)
  • anxiety, depression, irritability
High Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Soft erections, inability to maintain an erection
  • water retention (less frequent urination), leading to excessive sweating, blood pressure spikes or high blood pressure (from the water retention)
  • insomnia
  • hot flushing (flushing around the ears or on the face)
  • night sweats (from estradiol lowering, causing loss of water retention)
  • bloating; brain fog (like your head’s in a bubble)
  • testicles seem smaller than usual
 

Highjason

Member
Member
Low Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Fatigue along the lines of sleepiness
  • hypersomnia (sleeping too much and too often)
  • strong erections but limited sensitivity
  • loss of erections
  • osteoporosis and osteopenia
  • joint pain, clicking or popping joints
  • eye fatigue (eyes seem more tired despite adequate sleep, dark circles)
  • loss of libido (interest in sex)
  • difficulty retaining water (constant urination)
  • anxiety, depression, irritability
High Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Soft erections, inability to maintain an erection
  • water retention (less frequent urination), leading to excessive sweating, blood pressure spikes or high blood pressure (from the water retention)
  • insomnia
  • hot flushing (flushing around the ears or on the face)
  • night sweats (from estradiol lowering, causing loss of water retention)
  • bloating; brain fog (like your head’s in a bubble)
  • testicles seem smaller than usual

Thanks bro!
 

RickRock

Community Leader
VIP Moderator
Low Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Fatigue along the lines of sleepiness
  • hypersomnia (sleeping too much and too often)
  • strong erections but limited sensitivity
  • loss of erections
  • osteoporosis and osteopenia
  • joint pain, clicking or popping joints
  • eye fatigue (eyes seem more tired despite adequate sleep, dark circles)
  • loss of libido (interest in sex)
  • difficulty retaining water (constant urination)
  • anxiety, depression, irritability
High Estradiol Symptoms:
  • Soft erections, inability to maintain an erection
  • water retention (less frequent urination), leading to excessive sweating, blood pressure spikes or high blood pressure (from the water retention)
  • insomnia
  • hot flushing (flushing around the ears or on the face)
  • night sweats (from estradiol lowering, causing loss of water retention)
  • bloating; brain fog (like your head’s in a bubble)
  • testicles seem smaller than usual

This is perfect in showing why it's so important to keep estrogen in range. You don't ever want it too high or too low


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SdBronco

Banned
Gyno can occur after surgery but it's extremely unlikely. That being said you still need to take an AI while on cycle.
 

Taxed77

Member
Member
I had a small gyno cyst removed from being on respridol/behavior medication when i was young. I thought i had some issues lately, 20yrs later, doc said the same thing. It would be highly unlikely to get gyno after they removed the cyst/ duct. No one is ever 100% sure, human body is different from one person to the next
 

SpikedEggnog

Active member
Hey guys,

This feb, I "felt" like i had some gyno issue and went doctor to check.

It was BEFORE starting my first cycle. I was shredded at that time, but i felt i had some sort of man boobs. They werent flat like arnolds. I was a fat kid when i was young, and trained years to lose weight and build muscles. I had 6 packs poppin, no love handles, but still had some boobs sticking out.

Surprisingly, the doctor said i had absolutely no gyno! But i didnt listen to him and had a surgery. The doctor removed some sorta gland tissue? Some white fat shit under my nipple. It was like the size of my thumb after i saw them from removal.

My question is, can a common gyno issue occur to me even i have removed gland tissue? Can increase estrogen from aromatization somehow resurrect this gland tissue and cause gyno issue?

My first cycle was just test only 500/wk for 10 weeks and nolva only pct for 4 wks. Absolutely no side effects besides some acnes.

Currently, its my first week pf test deca cycle, 500 and 400/wk.

Any warm feedback is welcome.

Thanks,

it might occur but it seems unlikely. there is no guarantees for anything though.

that's a big cycle bro. you should be using aromasin and caber if you are worried about gyno
 

JackSteel

Banned
A gland is not tissue that can grow back. A gland is an organ. It will not regrow but you still need an AI. Gyno is only one reason we need to control estrogen.


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