Many men have gynecomastia, which has been known to be caused by the amount of hormones in today’s foods and is one of the main contributing causes.. In the case of teenagers, the puberty process can lead to hormonal imbalances that can lead to breast growth. In older people, age itself, illnesses and medications can also lead to breast enlargement. There are also other reasons for this to happen.
But what to do in situations like this?
Surgery can be expensive, and you may have to wait for some time before it can be done – or depending on the patient’s health, it might not be done at all. To prevent the breasts from swaying and even pain, there are special men’s vests for gynecomastia. I never wore one, but I think it uncomfortable to wear because it has several hooks, despite the fact that it shapes the body in order to “reduce” the breasts.
A very sad and very wrong thing is the bullying practiced against teenagers who have gynecomastia. When he is not “advised” to wear a bra, there are those who presented them with one as a form of humiliation.
Of course, for bra lovers such as me, gynecomastia can even be fun – yes, it’s exciting to naturally fill a bra.
If you want a bra that shapes your breasts to “reduce them,” one exists. We’re familiar with bras that can also make less look like more. If a bra is for breasts, why can’t men who have breasts wear them? Why is this taboo?
If I had gynecomastia, I wouldn’t mind wearing a bra – I find the bra more practical and more beautiful than the male model vests for gynecomastia. It is better to wear a bra than to be in pain or to have to close a lot of hooks.
Besides, I would be much happier to know that I have a beautiful bra under my clothes and not a monotonous vest. And I believe that many men who start wearing a bra might find out they like doing so.
It is important that we accept our body as it is – at least until we can leave it the way we want …
We should not be concerned with what others think about us, although in some settings this is important. Wearing a bra because of gynecomastia cannot be a cause for shame for anyone; not everyone can or wants to have surgery.
I think that stores should be prepared to serve men who wear a bra, especially for gynecomastia. After all, bra is for breasts.
For those who suffer, it isn’t necessary to wear a pink lace-up push-up bra because of gynecomastia. A black bra, with a reducing effect, to “hide” your breasts and keep the bra hidden can help you. And for those of us that enjoy bras you can feel better with a more beautiful bra. After all, taking all the precautions, only you will know that you are wearing it under your clothes.
Do you have gynecomastia?
If you had gynecomastia, would you wear a bra?
Do you wear a bra even in public because of gynecomastia?
I’m curious about your answers.
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