Do I need a revision surgery? It has been exactly 5 months since I had my gynecomastia surgery. Was flat after surgery (Photos)
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Without anything to compare to , it is hard to say. The best solution is to go see your surgeon to review your pre and post-op looks.
Do I need a revision surgery? It has been exactly 5 months since I had my gynecomastia surgery. Was flat after surgery
Judging by the photos along it appears that you have some residual tissue.
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It looks like you could still have a little residual glandular tissue. An exam is really needed to be sure. I think that your healing should be nearly complete at this point. You should check in with your surgeon.
You need full evaluation for the recurrent gynecomastia.
A review of the before and after pictures. Review of the operative note to see what was done and a thorough physical examination. Discuss the findings with you and the options.
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