Bilateral Gynecomastia

Bilateral Gynecomastia is a common medical condition found in men and boys. It is a benign growth of the male breast. Usually, gynecomastia is bilateral but sometimes unilateral too. And, it results from a proliferation of the glandular component of the breast.

Do you feel uncomfortable to take off your shirt at the beach side?

Bilateral gynecomastia is a condition that you have if you replied “Yes” to this question. The initial indications of bilateral gynecomastia in males are typically painful or enlarged breasts. Bilateral gynecomastia is not a serious condition and may be treated, but because of the pain and the sense of rejection it can cause, many affected men may feel ashamed and low in self-confidence.


Therefore, many of them adopt odd methods, like wearing a lot of clothing, to conceal this condition. This condition, which gives men more emotional distress than physical suffering, must be treated medically and requires medication. Gynecomastia can be prevented with preventative measures, therefore you should heed your doctor’s advise to abstain from drug usage and excessive steroid use in the name of bodybuilding.

Factors Which Can Lead to BILATERAL gynecomastia

It may result from an unbalanced ratio of the sex hormones oestrogen and testosterone. Breast tissue expansion is brought on by oestrogen. While testosterone prevents oestrogen from causing the growth of breast tissue. Alcohol abuse is one of the important elements that can have an impact on hormones. a few hereditary components, drugs, etc.

Experts in medicine estimate that up to 1 in 9 newborn males have breast tissue that may be felt. As men age, swollen breasts become more prevalent. Older people tend to produce less testosterone and have more body fat than younger males. As a result, oestrogen production may increase.




Dr. Manwani will explain the process to you after determining the type of gynecomastia you have. The two main types of breast tissues are fatty tissues, which are soft, and glandular tissues, which are dense and solid.

Everybody has a different ratio of these two tissues. If there is too much fatty tissue, liposuction may be necessary; however, if there is too much glandular tissue, it can be surgically excised with a scalpel. In some cases, combining the two operations is necessary to address bilateral gynecomastia.



You will have soreness and stiffness following the bilateral gynecomastia procedure. Because the surgery’s results are immediate, you can have transient scars.

You must consume wholesome foods and get enough rest. Avoid using tobacco and drinking alcohol. Maintain cleanliness. Additionally, it’s crucial to refrain from any strenuous exercise. Lay down in a good sleeping position, mainly upright.

The need for more visits will arise. The surgeon will monitor your progress and make recommendations for lifestyle modifications as necessary. You must be patient with the changes and keep in mind that the improvement will come slowly but steadily.


In Mumbai, Dr. Manwani provides his patients with an unmatched level of service and outstanding outcomes. Patients seeking gynecomastia surgery come from all across the country to the Dr. Manwani’s Gynecomastia Centre to achieve the greatest outcomes from their procedure. You may start living your best life by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Manwani if you’re interested in talking about your gynecomastia therapy. 


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