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2014/11/06 14:03:22 (permalink)
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Gyno surgery

Anyone know how much it costs to go private for gyno surgery ?

Also if I do another coarse and take anti estrogen from the start of the cycle and a pct after will it make the gyno worse?
It's not too bad at the minute but wouldn't want it to get any worse . I have been off the gear for about 2 years but have started to Palteau and just maintaining hence why I am thinking of doing a coarse again. Any advice would be great cheers.
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 15:31:39 (permalink)
    I just seen an advert on tv from a company called transform I believe it was, it was to do with gyno surgery.

    It's very strange it's the first time I've ever seen the advert and this is my first day back on mt after a very long break
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 15:58:40 (permalink)
    That's actually not far from me but starting price 3200 seems steep
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 16:15:55 (permalink)
    Have you looked into getting it done abroad? Is it an ongoing issue is it getting worse? I have a lump and I was told lowering my body fat as much as possible would help.
    For that kind of money I'd be asking for people's opinions if you really need it done, your always going to view it worse since its your body and you see it every day.
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 16:32:51 (permalink)
    It's not too bad that people notice but I just don't want it to get worse . I wouldn't be paying them prices just yet anyway. I got told the opposite that bulking up will help disguise it more but geting more lean will show it up more
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 16:52:29 (permalink)
    I took a long course of letro it seemed to help my lump, I am still a little concerned about it.
    I'm about to start another long cycle after a long time off gear, if i notice the slightest change I'll be off gear and a heavy pct and I'll never touch steroids again.
    It's probably a bad idea even doing another cycle but I'll see how it goes but I'm well prepared to stop and I'll just deal with the fact it's all natural from then on.
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 16:52:29 (permalink)
    I took a long course of letro it seemed to help my lump, I am still a little concerned about it.
    I'm about to start another long cycle after a long time off gear, if i notice the slightest change I'll be off gear and a heavy pct and I'll never touch steroids again.
    It's probably a bad idea even doing another cycle but I'll see how it goes but I'm well prepared to stop and I'll just deal with the fact it's all natural from then on.
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 17:17:39 (permalink)
    I am same mate I really want to do another cycle but don't want the gyno to get worse it's a difficult decision that's why I want to know how much it will cost incase it goes incredible wrong
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 17:34:01 (permalink)
    Well I'd imagine abroad is much cheaper, have you tried a good course of letro to see if the gyno remains? I'm considering taking a small dose of letro throughout my cycle, that should stop any further signs of gyno.
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/06 19:02:10 (permalink)
    Don't really fancy going abroad to have a op .have heard bad reviews but how did you find it and did it work?
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    Re: Gyno surgery 2014/11/07 22:50:40 (permalink)
    i've had gyno surgery twice on the NHS. i'm not going to tell you how to beat the system on the forum tho so pm me
     
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