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gyno surgery question?

babyhulk066

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so i just went to a surgeon and he told me that they leave a little tissue... my question is this true???????
 

cromespider

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The guy that did mine about a year ago said same thing if they dont leave just a little bit your nipplr will concave into itsself but with me have done a few corses seince then and no tenderness at all.
 

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This is not entirely true. It depends on the surgeon. Mine does FULL glandular removal and does some fancy shit with sutures so as to not leave a concave nipple. I would never get this done by a general practitioner.
 

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I had mine done a while back, and they told me the same thing.... removing the whole gland would cause a concave nipple. I wanted them to remove the whole thing, but they wouldn't. Kaiser was paying for it, so I had no say. A tiny hard lump returned within weeks to both sides, without being on any hormones.

It's not bad, but I'd still like the entire gland removed. I have heard some surgeons will place a tiny implant beneath the nipple to keep it from going concave.
 

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i just had mine removed 10 weeks ago. my surgeon (plastic) left a small portion of the gland to prevent the concave nipple scenario. i still have swelling and internal scarring, so i can't quite see the final result, but there is already a major improvement.

the poster who felt the tiny lumps 2 weeks after removal most likely felt the scar tissue where the sutures were beneath the skin.

some surgeons will do a complete glandular excision and put a little bit of fat behind the nipple to prevent the concave nipple look.

either way, make sure you go to a plastic surgeon, one who has experience removing gyno from bbers... the idea is for your chest to look GOOD when they get done lol
 

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