Finding that perfect tee is one thing, but being able to fit into it the way the mannequin does in the store is another matter altogether. Sure, you can work on losing the beer belly in the gym, but what do you do when all efforts don’t seem to get rid of what looks more like cleavage than a well-defined, broad chest?
If it’s any consolation, you’re hardly alone, with men all over the world suffering the same condition known as gynecomastia, or embarrassingly called “man boobs” by society.
With social media photo albums becoming a mirror of our daily lives, the public stigma behind gynecomastia sufferers cannot be ignored.
The good news is that a simple day-surgery procedure is all you need to eradicate the embarrassment and discomfort.
To top it all off, it’ll help tone and shape your pectoral muscles to give you the desired masculine physique.
Gynecomastia in simple terms, is the enlargement of the male chest caused by excessive growth of breast tissue inside the breast glands.
Severe cases are painful and leads to increased self- consciousness in social settings but 99% of such cases are non- life threatening.
It is not just an aesthetic problem but also more of a medical condition that can be treated easily.
The biggest challenge for gynecomastia sufferers is to muster the courage to seek treatment due to self- consciousness, but that is where the dedicated medical professionals at Amaris B. Clinic come into play.
Started in 2004, Amaris B. Clinic has over a decade of experience in integrated men body sculpting and weight-loss practicum. Led by reputable physician Dr. Ivan Puah and located in a cozy downtown boutique shop house, there is no better place to ease your concerns.
Dr. Ivan Puah’s dedication to build a trusting relationship with his clients through personalized attention is what sets Amaris B. Clinic apart. His team takes great pride in ensuring your well-being and will do everything to ensure the appropriate treatment is meted out safely.
“Gynecomastia is an issue a lot of patients feel very embarrassed or reluctant to talk about. They worry that others may laugh at them or not understand what they are going through,” said Dr. Ivan Puah.
“I usually reassure my patients that gynecomastia is more common than they think and it is not abnormal for them to feel insecure or embarrassed by their condition. It is my duty to try to understand how gynecomastia affects them and discuss with them the options available to them.”
So remember, you are just one call away from eradicating those years of pain and embarrassment caused by gynecomastia. A few hours of professional help and you are on your way to releasing those inhibitions that have plagued you for years, not to mention a better physique.