Enlarged breast tissue in men is called gynecomastia. It can result from changes in estrogen and testosterone during puberty, certain medicines (antibiotics, AIDS treatment, chemotherapy, anti-anxiety drugs), use of recreational drugs, overactive thyroid, and kidney disease.
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Query: Hello doctor, I am a 25 year old male. My weight is 143.30 Ibs and height is 5'5". I am having enlarged breasts and very less facial hair. Will this lead to infertility? I am not taking any medicine. I have consulted an endocrinologist regarding this. He examined my chest and suggested me to get a ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I can understand your concern and what you are going through from your report (attachment removed to protect patient identity), there is nothing to worry since it is not a major problem. Your condition is false gynecomastia. There is excess fat in your breast area and ... Read Full »