Author Topic: Coexistence with breasts  (Read 595 times)

Offline Passant

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It will soon be exactly two years since I joined this site. Then the dilemma began to torment me, surgery or not, and I wasn't even sure if I had real gynecomastia. The more I read your posts, the more convinced I was that I didn't need surgery. Because your thoughts and attitudes were somewhat in line with mine. And that is that there is no need to intervene surgically if the health is not at risk. As far as I know, gynecomastia does not endanger health. Her problem is of an aesthetic nature and this is the most common reason for surgery.
I became aware that by accepting our condition we also risk unwanted views. However, my past experience says the opposite. People don't care about my breasts, so I didn't even notice stares even on the beach. It's probably about the perception that breasts don't belong on a man's body and the brain doesn't have the same focus as it does on a woman's body.
I have to admit that it works to my advantage. Although at the end of the day, I don't care if someone notices my breasts or not. In addition to being convinced that I made a good decision, not to think about surgery anymore, I started to pay more attention to that part of the body. Especially since the growth has been almost continuous in these two years. Every time I raise my arms I touch my breasts and nipples, I can no longer cross my arms normally.... These are things I will have to get used to. And the nipples became bigger, more sensitive, harder and more noticeable.
There are 3 pictures below and they show the chronology of growth. All three pictures are approximately one year apart.

Offline Rich meier

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to ,e your pictures look unusual. in pic 2 your left breast is smaller and in pic 3 it is the oppisite. not being a doctor to me what you are expirence ing  to me seems normal for the time lin, that is about the same growth rate I experience in the first 3 years

Offline Passant

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Those are the same breasts :D Only the mirroring of the camera in the third photo is wrong. My left has always been bigger than my right.
Both are growing, but the left one is always at an advantage.
Quite an interesting experience. An endocrinologist told me remotely that from what he could see, my body was sensitive to estrogen. Several tests should be done, and a karyotype is also recommended, because a genetic predisposition is suspected. And maybe I have Klinefert syndrome.

Offline blad

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The big question is...what will the 2024 picture look like?
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline Passant

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I'm interested too :D Maybe they'll stop growing, and maybe they'll grow even more.  I don't worry about breast growth anymore.  I have definitely accepted my condition and that I am not like other men :)

Offline aboywithgirls

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I can relate. I went through a similar experience in 2012. I  was  already a DD. I have the same big boob gene as my sister. I'm a 36H now.

Sophie ❤️ 
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Offline Passant

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Sophie, you've grown a lot.  I read you on the forum and I admire your attitude and how your breasts have affected the course of your life. 

I don't know which gene is my breast size.  There are different sizes in my extended and immediate family.  I'm really interested in what will prevail with me

Offline Dudewithboobs

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The time line is definitely gradual and noticeable. Contrary to their size they do look great and feel even if a guy has sizable breasts if he takes care of himself it’s an oddity but not odd to see when seen. I’m glad you go to the beach and day to day without concern or care. I’d imagine especially at the third pic you need a bra I can’t imagine those things not moving around. Thanks for sharing the story and if they keep growing I hope the confidence and lack of concern about others views grows as well. Have you been to a dr have they said what has caused it to grow so much? 

Offline Passant

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I haven't been to the doctor. The lack of time is taking its toll, and I also have chronic fatigue due to work. I would need to get a karyotype, so depending on the outcome, the findings would give answers or not. I think, if I were much younger, maybe I could influence the growth of the breasts with appropriate therapy because of the complex. And on the other hand, I have an androgynous build. I accepted myself and my situation, I didn't care what the reason for my androgynous build was.

There are two reasons why I have no problem being topless on the beach. The first reason is other men who have bigger breasts than mine. They are always found on every beach. Another reason is the perception of men with breasts. No matter how big a man's breasts are, they don't attract attention like they do with women. A woman with small breasts and no bra will attract attention, and a man with large breasts and no bra will not. In my opinion, it is not equal. But such are the social norms in most countries.

Yesterday I saw a man, about 40 years old, with large breasts. They are outlined under his sweater. His chest hung, in my estimation, a little above the navel. Today I saw a woman about 50 years old with a shaved face. The hair is of moderate density, because the shave can be noticed from a few meters away.
Many people of both sexes have the physical characteristics of the opposite sex. In the end, it is up to us whether we accept them and allow them to be a part of us or not.
I decided on this first solution.

I rarely wear a bra at home. I prefer wearing as little clothes as possible :D


 

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