Author Topic: Growth ???  (Read 700 times)

Offline Marco011

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I Thought Gyne Grew On There Own. But I Was Reading On Here An A Person Said They Dont. So What's Been Going With Me? I Haven't Took Meds They Grew On There Own. I want them off yes but don't want to go up under the knife. So I endor 

Offline MarcoB

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I still have no idea why mine started.  I was 56 (now 62), seem to have plenty of testosterone for my age, was never overweight, never on any meds, etc..  I've read from quite a few here who had bloodwork done and everything was found to be in the normal ranges, yet for unknown reasons, they grow breasts.  Our food and environment has increasing amounts of hormone disruptors and imitators.  I understand it's even in the air, from cars burning gasoline with ethanol in it which was made from GMO corn.

Offline Marco011

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So basically gasoline can do it to is that what your saying?

Offline MarcoB

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So basically gasoline can do it to is that what your saying?

I'm only saying it has been suggested that the exhaust we breathe in big metropolitan areas could be one of many contributors.  I'd like to get more information; but I doubt that anyone will want to spend the money to do a big study.

Offline Marco011

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Oh, Cause I Pump Alot Of Gass 3 Pills Which I just Found out The Side Effects are Breast Growth. I Mean They Were Growing Before Then But Now What Does It Mean

Offline Aussie63

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I've read from quite a few here who had bloodwork done and everything was found to be in the normal ranges, yet for unknown reasons, they grow breasts.  Our food and environment has increasing amounts of hormone disruptors and imitators.  I understand it's even in the air, from cars burning gasoline with ethanol in it which was made from GMO corn.
That sounds like a conspiracy theory.
Evolving. And....loving it!

Offline Marco011

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Do explain, :)

Offline blad

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Perhaps there is a QAnon theory out there that Bill Gates is spiking vaccines to cause gyno in order to foster his share price in the Warners bra company.
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline taxmapper

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I have a suspicion based on many years of personal issues that my little bumps are the result of a body that was trying to do many things and instead of growing like "normal kids" went awry.  
I was told by my childhood doctor that by 50 I would probably grow them, and he was off by one year. 

In the past three years I have now grow out 5 inches in bust (from 44 to 49 inches) , yet the boobs have not taken on the overhang yet and I suspect that when they do I will probably be fairly large. 

The argument for hormones in the food and environment may have some to do with it, but I also suspect a genetic aspect that is not talked about, but some hidden evidence for it still exists. 

But it follows the conspiracy threads. 

Offline Dudewithboobs

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While I’m sure there are hormones in foods and such as that nature I largely doubt it is enough to cause a swing in hormones large enough to induce breast growth. I mean trans women on hrt see many effects take place over months of hormones and breasts changing and growing is often last to be seen. So I doubt food or exhaust fumes is enough to cause things. Cancer. Sure. Breast growth ehh. Seems like conspiracy theory rhetoric to me. 

Many doctors here and online will attest to the cause for mild to severe gynecomastia in otherwise healthy men is often diagnosed as being idiopathic or no found reason. Which is hilarious cause dudes don’t just grow boobs out of nowhere. But many like myself have had blood work done. Asked specific blood work to be done. And had pituitary and such checked and nothing came back abnormal. Hormones were in normal range blood work was fine health is ok. I am an avid runner workout all the time and take zero medications or supplements but I have a full B cup chest. They are soft they jiggle they bounce a bit. On my otherwise flat stomach they look odd. I also won’t go under the knife but it would be nice to know why they grown and continue to. 

Overall if you’re breasts are growing and if you’re in you’re 60s I’d say that’s probably the contributing factor. Even normal levels of testosterone can turn in to estrogen or not be effective in what testosterone is there to do. If concerned I’d see some specialists. 

Offline gmast

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Our food and environment has increasing amounts of hormone disruptors and imitators.  I understand it's even in the air, from cars burning gasoline with ethanol in it which was made from GMO corn.
You might believe it, but you don't understand it, as it isn't true.  There is a lot of fear mongering about gmos, and it unfounded.

Offline brock123

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So basically gasoline can do it to is that what your saying?

Yes. This. Buy Diesel From Now On. Problem Solved.

Offline MarcoB

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Our food and environment has increasing amounts of hormone disruptors and imitators.  I understand it's even in the air, from cars burning gasoline with ethanol in it which was made from GMO corn.
You might believe it, but you don't understand it, as it isn't true.  There is a lot of fear mongering about gmos, and it unfounded.

You clearly have not looked into it.  I recommend starting with the heavily documented book, "Altered Genes, Twisted Truth" by Steven M. Druker, ISBN-13 978-0-9856169-0-8, and the documentary video, "Seeds of Death," available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFVF3MJNOHg .  Druker, author of the book, is a public-interest attorney who initiated a lawsuit that forced the FDA to divulge its files on genetically engineered foods.  This exposed how the agency had covered up the warnings of its own scientists about the risks, lied about the facts, and then ushered these foods onto the market in violation of federal law.  He has served on the food-safety panels at conferences held by the National Research Council and the FDA, presented lectures at numerous universities, met with government officials throughout the world, and conferred at the White House Executive Offices with a task force of President Clinton's Council on Environmental Quality.

I don't know how much might be known about GMOs' effects on breast growth, but they definitely do a lot of other damage, and my wife and I are avoiding them for many reasons.  One of the reasons to genetically modify a plant is to make it able to tolerate a lot of weed killer and pesticide; but then people ingest these weed killers and pesticides, resulting in health problems.  Also, they kill helpful bacteria in the soil that convert the nutrients into forms the plant can absorb; so even if the plant looks big and green, it won't have the nutrition it should.  Next, these chemicals impair humans' ability to absorb what little nutrition there might be left in the plant, so we get even less.

Offline gmast

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Our food and environment has increasing amounts of hormone disruptors and imitators.  I understand it's even in the air, from cars burning gasoline with ethanol in it which was made from GMO corn.
You might believe it, but you don't understand it, as it isn't true.  There is a lot of fear mongering about gmos, and it unfounded.
I don't know how much might be known about GMOs' effects on breast growth, but they definitely do a lot of other damage, and my wife and I are avoiding them for many reasons.
First you say you understand, the you say you don't know.  I'll take your admission that you don't know about GMOs effects on breast growth as an apology for you unsubstantiated claims on GMO corn and ethanol.


 

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