Gynomastia (Gyno)



What is Gynomastia?

Gynomastia is swollen male breast tissue caused by a hormone imbalance.

Male breast tissue swells due to reduced male hormones (testosterone) or increased female hormones (estrogen). Causes include puberty, aging, prescription and other medications like steroids, sarms, prohormones and peptides, and health conditions that affect hormones.

Symptoms are breast tissue swelling and tenderness.

Treatment focuses on managing the underlying condition.

Treating Gynomastia

A combination therapy can be quite effective at treating new and / or existing gynomastia. Below we list highly effective means by which gyno can be eradicated from the body…

We introduce a novel 3-in-1 approach using the three best known treatments, all combined as a single powerful approach, designed to eradicate gynomastia from the body.

It is called Gynomastia Buster, and it contains:

Clomid (Clomiphene)

Clomiphene, an antiestrogen, can be administered at a dose of 50mg per day for up to 6 months. Approximately 50% of patients achieve partial reduction in breast size, and approximately 20% of patients note complete resolution.

Nolvadex (Tamoxifen)

For boys with severe gynecomastia that is causing substantial tenderness or embarrassment, a short course of a drug called tamoxifen (sample brand name: Nolvadex) may be recommended. This drugs block the effects of estrogen in the body and can reduce the size of the breasts.

Armidex

Arimidex lowers levels of estradiol (a form of estrogen) by about 70% within 24 hours. After 14 days of treatment, estradiol levels were lowered by about 80%. And estradiol levels continued to be reduced for 6 days after stopping treatment. This controls testosterone to estrogen conversion tipping the hormonal balance in favor of testosterone dominance which can reduce breast tissue size.

Conclusion

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