Author Topic: Gyno or?  (Read 2454 times)

Offline Passant

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Thank you for your answers.
@bustymale My breasts are under hard and I feel glands under my fingers.
When I suspected growth, I started keeping records, ie I measured myself and I wrote it all down. Because we all know how to make things up. In a year, my breasts had grown by as much as 7 cm (2.7 inches). I noticed that there was a period of dormancy and a period of intensive growth in these one year. The growth was accompanied by pain, increased sensitivity and my breasts itched. I will see what the growth limit is, and here I will document it all.

@aboywithgirls Your breasts are very big. I’m glad you accepted them and I concluded that you are proud of your breasts. You are one of the motivators here for the rest of us who are just beginning to accept our condition. Here I met for the first time men who have a condition like mine and who have no prejudices against bras.

Online Confused old man

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Because of the people on the forum and a little help from others in my family. I totally accept my breasts now. I should change my name from confused old man to I accept it now old man...lol..thank you to everyone on here for your stories and your insight to all of this. It has truly helped me tremendously!.. 

Offline curiousk

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I’ll echo what Sophie said in that if male breasts are exposed to enough estrogen, they will grow and take on the appearance of female breasts.  Mine definitely have.

Offline Passant

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@curiousk it's definitely a woman's breasts. Our bodies can be wonderful

Offline aboywithgirls

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No doubt. Those are boobs. Boobs are not Moobs and those Boobs will look and feel better in a bra. Those are wide rooted, narrow set and Full on bottom. @ curiousk, you should maybe try Elomi or Fantastie bras. I think that you would really like the fit and feel. 
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Offline curiousk

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I’m lucky I have some really great fitting bras that do the job.  I’ll keep those brands in mind when it’s time to buy new bras.


 

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