Will the remaining fat after gynecomastia surgery "gland excision alone" go with working out?
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Will the remaining fat after gynecomastia surgery "gland excision alone" go with working out
Working out will not cause spot reduction of fat on your chest. If it is fluid it might be able to be removed or aspirated. If it is still fat, then you will require liposuctuon to flatten it out
Gynecomastia surgery, male breast surgery, gland excision without liposuction , Post operative swelling
Thank you for the query. However without seeing you in person or seeing pictures it is difficult to decide about the results and predict the outcome. One has to wait for at least 3 - 6 months to see the outcome. The plant to do only gland excision may have been taken in consultation with you since the glandular element may have been significant and the fat content low. Hopefully once all settles down, you may be able to get the fat off your chest with diet control and exercises.Best wishes+
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