I recently decided to get gyno surgery.
after a verbal confrontation with an a##hole who made fun of my b*tch tits.
Nobody had ever done that before.
Though it was embarassing at the time, I now realize he did me a huge favor. Since he was not my friend, he was in a sense, honest. He had no reservations of making fun of my “weakness”. Whereas no one ever said anything about it to me before so as to not hurt my feelings.
I’ve had gyno since HS, and never thoguht much about it until it was time to take off my shirt. I now realize that maybe I wasn’t willing to deal with it, I was ignoring it, and this guy’s remarks were a real wake-up call, a slap in the face if you will.
So, I did a search in the archives for answers and found out most of what I needed to know - Dr Nadler’s site helped out as well.
What I need now is mostly your thoughts and opinions.
(I’m going Tue to Dr Nadler for a consultation BTW.)
1- When is the best time to have it? I assume late fall, early winter? To give myself a few months to get back in shape.
If I need a few days off from work, I will try to schedule as close to Thanksgiving OR x-mas/new year’s. Good idea, right?
2- From what you know, what are the chances of genetic gyno coming back?
3-Are there are other websites with good articles/forums on this topic I should check out?
4- Dr Nader says light exercise in 2 weeks, regular in 4-6 weeks. True?
5- Is it necessary to lose as much weight as possible prior, or not? I’m pretty fat right now.