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Offline Benusa2

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Hi Bob,

Thank you very much for responding. I’m starting to get worried about it. It really threw me for a loop when they called about the results. They didn’t check that. I just looked at the full report. 

Thanks,
Ben

Offline 42CSurprise!

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I don't generally follow conversations about medical conditions affecting breast development but I did a quick search on the subject of elevated prolactin and learned that it can be aggravated by certain high blood pressure medications.  I discovered that medication I was on for many years, verapamil is a serous culprit.  I haven't been on that drug for many years, so it is hard to know whether it affected development that happened later... in the last four or five years.  Clearly, our endocrine system is complicated but doubtless is at play with our breast development.  Hope your feeling better Bob.  It seems you've been greatly challenged on the health front.

Offline Sophie

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Hi Ben,

Almost 40 years ago was the first time I had heard the word "idiopathic" it was how our family doctor described described my gynecomastia. I know the my estrogen production was similar to a girl of my age. There weren't many specialists back then in the rural area where I was raised. I was otherwise completely healthy. My mother, with the advice from our doctor decided to "wait and see" rather than do anything to alter my natural endocrine system or undergo surgery. 

I am so happy to hear that you are finding both acceptance and peace with your body and your breasts. We are all here for support, just like a good bra.

♥️Sophie♥️

Online Dudewithboobs

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Can’t spell idiopathic without the idiot lol and that’s how I felt when my doctor and endocrinologist told me it’s idiopathic. Like hey captain ten year degree I have boobs and clearly I shouldn’t so you’re telling me I paid x amount in a deductible for shoulder shrugs lol. Ugh. Doctors lol. It gets to a point where you just quit asking and worrying and start accepting and embracing. For most it stops and stalls well before a bra is even in consideration. For many of us our chests became breasts and our insecurity found security in a bra and I’m glad contrary to any medical cause and I hope they find it and it isn’t of any real concern other than continued breast growth that’s occurred, that you’ve found comfort in your body and hope the wife and such are more than in board at this point with wearing one cause clearly you fill one out well 

Offline WPW717

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Challenge is the statement of the day,
I am coming out from under the throes of the chemotherapy for a Prolactinoma ( very reactive to the side effects ) Probably a few more in the future but I think that the 2 year history of my conditions that will  lead to osteoarthritis (and more breast ) will necessitate some HRT . Testosterone is not a good choice for that according to the Docs and the literature , for me . Not out of the woods yet.
That leaves low dos E 
We’ll need to go shopping for some new support with my wife. That support has been the best kind to have . 
Have to love the support and knowledge that comes from being in this group 
Regards, Bob

Offline Benusa2

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Hi Bob,

You’ve certainly been through a lot already. I’m glad to hear that you’re doing ok. I think we are all pulling for you. Wishing you a full and speedy recovery coming off the treatment. Thanks for the updates.

-Ben

Offline Benusa2

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Just posting an update.

Offline Justagirl💃

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Very nice bra, and nice fit. 
When life gives you curves,
flaunt them! 💃
💋Birdie💋

Offline Johndoe1

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Very nice benusa2. It's becoming obvious support is becoming a necessity for you. 
Womanhood is not defined by breasts, and breasts are not indicative of womanhood. - Melissa Fabello

Offline Benusa2

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Thanks Birdie and John. It’s my favorite bra. I’ve been wearing one more often.

Offline gotgyne

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I agree with Birdie and John. Very nice bra and obviously very comfortable too.
A bra is just an article of clothing for people with breasts.

Offline Traveler

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Very nice!

Online Dudewithboobs

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Great bra Ben and looks like it fits well 

Offline Benusa2

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Thanks guys. It’s very comfortable. My favorite bra actually, and it’s wireless. 

Offline Justagirl💃

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I guess an updated photo is in order. 


 

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