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    Exclamation Gyno

    16 year old male here.
    So I was diagnosed last year with gyno and felt a hard lump under my nipples, they also had significantly grew in size. After 1,5 year I dont feel this lump anymore. My breasts are still enlarged but it is mostly my nipples that are bigger. My bmi is just 18 so i don't think it's chest fat?
    Im not obese and have a low body fat, 54kg and around 174cm
    Bodyfat is around 8 - 11 %
    174 centimeters =
    5.70866142 feet (5 feet 8½ inches)


    I'm quite worried, the lumps under the nipples are gone but they are still larger than they should be. Is this chest fat? or still gyno
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    Could be both, sometimes pubertal gyno takes a bit of time to go away; only a doctor could provide a real diagnosis though. I'd not worry about it being gyno until fully through puberty though, which can be into the early 20's. I have slight pubertal gyno that never went away and no one but me ever notices, we are our own worst judges.
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