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I have man boobs. If I have this corrected with surgery, will it last?

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I had this procedure done in the past, 1983, The man boobs returned with in a year. My question is will it work now? I have never smoked pot.

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Appearance changes can occur from aging, medications, hormones, or weight fluctuation. I would recommend a consultation with a board certified Plastic Surgeon to determine your candidacy. A secondary surgery may be an option. You should also see your primary care giver for an exam and blood work to rule out any non-cosmetic etiology of gynecomastia:

http://www.drhayleybrown.com/workup-of-men-with-gynecomastia/

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You didn't mention your age, height and weight. If you gain weight you will have fat deposit even in your breasts, 

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Man boobs , or gynecomastia can be treated very successfully and permanently with surgery. There are many reasons men end up with gynecomastia and seek gynecomastia surgery.  Gynecomastia seems to be a serious concern for men in competitive body building. Steroid use has been linked to gynecomastia. Hormones, medications weight gain all have been linked to gynecomastia. 

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