i finally decided after 9 years of embarrassment to go through with surgery for gyno,i don't think my surgeon had alot of experience in that department, but pre-op i was so eager to get the surgury that i probably didnt ask enough questions.
the procedure lasted just over an hour, and was done under local anesthetic ,it was quite uncomfortable,but bearable.
After the surgury,i was written a script for anti biotics and pain relief, then i was sent on my way, they didnt even offer to call me a taxi, i wasnt given extra wound padding, and did not receive a courtesy call to see how i was going the first week, i finally got thru to the surgeon 7days later to have the stitches removed, funny enough, he didnt even remember me, i felt like a number, the bloody fool (pardon the language) asked me where the stitches were located. By the was that was the first time the padding and compression had been removed so it was the first time i had seen the outcome.. when the padding come off i nearly fell over, my chest was alot smaller (due to the removal of fat) by the way, i am 6ft tall and 75kgs, so fairly slim build, but my nipple were still puffy and prominent, i could feel the lumps underneath were still there.
The surgeon could tell from my face expression that i was not to happy, but assured me that is was swelling around my nipples because 1 of the incision was made just below my areola and it should be fine in a week. that was a month ago and i still look the same, in fact i liked my chest more before the surgery because the fat on my chest blended the gyno in (although it still stood out and bothered me).
im now hpoing to find a new surgeon who can remove the GLANDULAR TISSUE without any more complications.recently had lipolysis for gynecomastia, treatment was a disaster because the surgeon only removed fat and not glandular tissue, would it be safe to have another surgeon remove the gland 2 months after lipo?