Creation of a fund and a website for helping patie

Creation of a fund and a website for helping patie

Hello everyone, I would like to tell you a little about the not pleasant illness in men, but it did not seem to you, only men have this...

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Hello everyone, I would like to tell you a little about the not pleasant illness in men, but it did not seem to you, only men have this disease, and every woman is born with it and it should be so. What do you think this disease is? Correctly it is Gynecomastia in common women's breasts, and therefore men should not have it: Do you agree with this?

 I'll tell you a little bit about how gynecomastia affects a men.

While enlarged male breasts are not necessarily life threatening, it can be quite disconcerting especially since large breasts are a predominantly female attribute. Men who suffer from this condition often feel emasculated and extremely conscious of their appearance. In severe cases, affected males start covering up their chest area by wearing thick layers of clothing (regardless of the prevailing weather) in order to steer people’s attention away from their breasts.

The embarrassment over their physical appearance may also extend to their overall social behavior, which usually starts with avoiding people, especially the opposite sex. Since having enlarged breasts is attributed to feeling less of a man, it can cause one’s self esteem and confidence to plummet. Dating, or even being around women in general, becomes more of a chore for men with this condition, which can have long term implications.

I kid you not, having enlarged breasts can be extremely stressful as well as embarrassing at the same time, mainly because gynecomastia is difficult to hide.  For adolescent boys, it could mean getting bullied or publicly humiliated, making ordinary activities such as showering after P.E. or swimming in the school pool a traumatic experience each time. I, too, have gynecomastia and I know perfectly well what it is like when a female breast is in the place of a masculine normal breast.  And this is also a feeling of helplessness, shame, confusion, anxiety and fear. Although my doctor said that this is normal, I need to cope with them if I want to have a normal and healthy life physically, socially, emotionally and mentally. And how to cope if people do not have money for surgery and emotionally mental recovery.