The Doctors met Tom, a celebrity stylist who struggled with self-confidence due to his “man boobs,” what is medically known as a condition called gynecomastia.
Up to 60% of men will develop excess breast tissue. Tom is surprised by a non-surgical treatment for his gynecomastia by plastic surgeon Dr. Sachin Shridharani that works to permanently destroy fat cells.
Michael returns after undergoing surgery to remove his enlarged breasts.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Dennis Hurwitz explains the new technique that can treat enlarged breasts in men.
Gynecomastia sufferer Michael rejoins The Doctors – did solving his breast-tissue problem change his life?
Michael’s life changed dramatically when he went through puberty and realized that he was growing breasts. Michael meets with endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone to find out what could be causing this embarrassing condition.
After Michael went through puberty, his growing chest caused his life to change drastically. Endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone diagnosed him with gynecomastia. Learn more about this condition and see what surprises The Doctors have in store for Michael.
For Michael, puberty became a nightmare when he began developing breasts. He has come to The Doctors to share his story and hopefully get help.
Numerous community members wrote into ProduceTheDoctors.com wanting to find out solutions for gynecomastia, or excess male breast tissue. The Doctors discuss possible causes of the disorder, such as the food soy.
Fifteen-year-old Troy suffers from gynecomastia, or excess male breast tissue. Plastic surgeon Dr. Elliot Jacobs performs a procedure to remove nearly 2 pounds of fatty breast tissue and create a normal, flat chest for Troy.