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    anonymous please.. quite sensitive
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    i've got unusually large man breasts... i dont need to go on about embaressment, covering up with clothes, t shirts wearing minimal, hating swimming, worst confidence.... but mine are larger than the average fat persons...
    people fatter than me dont have them

    do the nhs do removal? reducing?
    because i think its more of a condition/disease/some sort of chemical imbalance rather than my over weight

    i want to get rid of them.. :|
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    i've got unusually large man breasts... i dont need to go on about embaressment, covering up with clothes, t shirts wearing minimal, hating swimming, worst confidence.... but mine are larger than the average fat persons...
    people fatter than me dont have them

    do the nhs do removal? reducing?
    because i think its more of a condition/disease/some sort of chemical imbalance rather than my over weight

    i want to get rid of them.. :|
    If you are overweight, which you appear to state here, then this is the reason for them. Best way to lose weight and get rid of said moobs is to start going to the gym.
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    yes they do do removal of the 'man boobs' lol

    but if your under the age of 18 - you normally grow out of them and then its just up to you to start hitting the gym
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    Id say go see the doctor, I know it's a tad embarrassing, but they're the only ones who can tell if it's fat tissue (suggesting overweight) or glandular tissue (suggesting a hormone imbalance)
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    Id say go see the doctor, I know it's a tad embarrassing, but they're the only ones who can tell if it's fat tissue (suggesting overweight) or glandular tissue (suggesting a hormone imbalance)
    most helpful comment thanks
    but i am very embarressed ... i'll try and do this soon some how
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    I would have thought reduction is a last resort for someone from the NHS anyway, they would suggest that you exercise and really get stuck into the gym. As has been said if you are under 18 there is a chance that they may go down, during puberty tissue grows here as i am aware due to hormone inbalance etc, and goes down after puberty. I would suggest the gym to try and get rid of them
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    I'm sorry but it's definitely gym time - you could ask in the fitness forums for exercises to do that target the chest area, but anything that results in weight loss is going to help you a great deal.
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