I've had gyno since puberty. It's very minimal, but it's prone to flare up here and there with the AAS, and it shows when I'm not as lean or I have a lot of carbs/water retention. Anyway, it sucks.
I was looking into surgery options and noticed that very few (I only found one) surgeons will take out the entire gland. They usually leave a small portion because otherwise the nipple will become inverted in the depression the excision leaves behind. The one doc that does it (and doesn't live anywhere near me) folds the surrounding fat into the depression, basically.
I'm thinking that if I'm lean enough this wouldn't be a problem. Say I got shredded and then had the surgery to completely remove the gland, there wouldn't be any depression because there's no surrounding fat that is still there. Then when I did gain a layer of fat over my pecs it would be spread evenly and there would be no depression.
Does this make sense, or does it not work this way?