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Q&A: With gynecomastia surgery, if the glands are removed, how is it possible for them to start growing again?

Ryan,
 
We never remove 100% of the glandular tissue for two reasons:  first, the tissue is so intimately adherent to the underside of the areolae that we would probably damage the circulation, if we tried to remove is all.  Second, we don’t want to leave a depression under the areolae.
 
Theoretically then if someone really juiced it up on anabolic steroids, it is theoretically possible to have a recurrence, though I will tell you I have never seen a recurrence in my practice.
 
I hope this has been helpful to you.
 

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