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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodzilla View Post
    so does the all inclusive price include removal of the gland, and some liposuction if needed?
    It includes the total package Excision ,lipo and follow up visits. Most importantly we have not had recurrences in the last 10 years.

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    Dr. Blau do you still do Noses? Our ENT told my wife that her nose is broken as well as having a Deviated Septum. If so would Insurance cover this procedure?

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    will the real dr blau please stand up?

    so which is it? does your practice accept insurance or not?

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    Why do some plastic surgeons only cut out part of the gynecomastia, leaving some behind? Wouldnt this allow the gynecomastia to return?

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    My husband has gyno and is going to wait a little while to get it fixed. He says sometimes it is more sensitive and sometimes more predominant. What are triggers that can cause the sensitivity? Food, supplements?

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    Dr blau u never answereed my question? Should i call u?

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    Dr. Blau,

    I know this may sound like an odd question, but is there an Endocrinologist or Urologist that you would recommend in the Westchester or Putnam county areas? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutant View Post
    Why do some plastic surgeons only cut out part of the gynecomastia, leaving some behind? Wouldnt this allow the gynecomastia to return?
    They probably only do whats necessary to make the individual "look" normal, and they dont fully understand the procedure.

    Dr. blau removes the gland and the tissue eliminating it from returing all together...If your going to take and gear or plan on continuing gear in the future witha gyno problem, get the whole gland removed otherwise your going back under the knife in the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucksm00th View Post
    They probably only do whats necessary to make the individual "look" normal, and they dont fully understand the procedure.

    Dr. blau removes the gland and the tissue eliminating it from returing all together...If your going to take and gear or plan on continuing gear in the future witha gyno problem, get the whole gland removed otherwise your going back under the knife in the future
    I would not fully agree with your comment, which is why this is a question for the Doc.

    Also, Dr. Blau does not remove the full gland, like you say. I have seen his videos, in which case he leaves a percentage of the glands behiind.

    I have been to about 10 different sugeons. This is within a very short time period. I was at about 7%bf. Many of them had different was of performing the surgery, and some said the whole gland would be removed, and some said only a percentage would be removed.

    Now, I would agree with your statment if we were talking about a variety of people, but we are talking about different answers to the same person...which doesnt make sense to me. How can some surgeons think that whole gland removal is the way to go, and other feel that only part of it should be removed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutant View Post
    . How can some surgeons think that whole gland removal is the way to go, and other feel that only part of it should be removed?

    Isn't that how life is. You can have 100 experts with a 100 different opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_wichman View Post
    Isn't that how life is. You can have 100 experts with a 100 different opinions.
    Yeah, you would think that "experts" would have close to the same opinion.

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    If a person gets gyno from a medication, will it go away once the medication is stopped.

    Due to my heart condition my doctor wants me to start on a small dose of spironolactone and I read a side effect is gyno. He said to try it and if I notice anything to let him know and he will try something else. He said there's been good studies that show this drug improves longevity.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks,

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    my scar on the right side, kinda keyloid [however you spell it] its going down, but i need to lighten the scar, what can i apply to the scar??

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    try arnica montana cream

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    How common is it for a guy to have liposuction more then once in his life? I had my sides done back in 2001, the 'love handle' gene is extremely strong on my father's side of the family. Sadly, since then I've went through intense periods of binge eating in my life, causing the growth of more fat cells it appears. Most people would consider this growth to be very minor, but as a bodybuilder, I find it very noticeable when I assess the symetry of my physique with no clothes on.

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