You've seen it in the locker room. A shredded oak tree of a bodybuilder two lockers down pulls off his shirt, and, out of the corner of your eye, you see that he's got breasts. What's happening there is called gynecomastia—male breasts. And it's most common to bodybuilders, elderly men, and teenage boys.
Dr Blau Talks About New Gynecomastia Book: Masculinity Defined! Are you embarassed by drooping pecs? Embarassed to take off your shirt in public? You're gonna wanna see this!
When “Part 1 of My Story: Gyno Surgery” left off, I was about to get on a plane with my fiancé to New York to finally have my long awaited surgery with Dr. Blau. We arrived in Westchester, New York almost 2 months from when I had first reached out to Dave Palumbo on email seeking advice and help. Once we landed and got settled into to our hotel we tried to make ourselves as comfortable as possible. With this procedure, Dr. Blau insists his out of town patients stay for 4-5 days following surgery in case there are any complications, but also for a follow up visit and to remove bandages. Prior to flying up, he also mailed a booklet with detailed instructions and restrictions of things I couldn’t do prior to surgery and in the days following. He placed a special emphasis on bodybuilders stopping all supplements right down to whey protein drinks and multi-vitamins. And naturally he wanted movement to be limited until the follow-up visit – no training, no sex, and no unnecessary walking around.