Before you are aware that you may have gynaecomastia, one of the first things your GP may check is your hormone levels.
Blood investigations can check if your hormone levels are within normal range.
Gynaecomastia can be diagnosed by a Doctor upon examination.
The amount of fatty tissue and glandular tissue does vary from person to person and you may find that Gynaecomastia is affecting either one or both breasts.
Breast tissue consists of both fatty tissue, which is soft and glandular tissue which is firmer. The amount of both types varies from person to person. Excess breast tissue can affect either both breasts or just one.
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