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Male Breast Reduction in Thailand

Male breast reduction (gynecomastia surgery) can be performed in different ways. Find out more about male breast reduction provided by our clinic in Bangkok.

Male Breast Reduction IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

Gynecomastia is a condition in which the male breast tissue swells, causing the development of enlarged breasts. It is commonly caused by an imbalance between the male hormone testosterone and the female hormone estrogen.

Gynecomastia surgery, also known as male breast reduction, is a safe and effective treatment for overdeveloped male breasts either by using liposuction, breast tissue excision, or a combination of both. The aim is to remove fat and/or glandular tissue from the breasts for a flatter, firmer, and a more aesthetically pleasing chest.

Am I a Suitable Candidate for Male Breast Reduction Surgery?

Good candidates for gynecomastia surgery include generally healthy, non-smoking men who are bothered about enlarged breasts and whose condition cannot be improved via alternative treatments.

Male breast reduction is not a substitute for weight loss, nor is it suitable for heavily overweight patients.


Your consultation includes a medical history assessment (of any allergies, serious medical conditions, and all medications taken), physical examination, and laboratory tests.

Male Breast Reduction by Liposuction

In cases where gynecomastia is mainly the result of excess fatty tissue, liposuction alone may be enough. The liposuction method requires the insertion of a cannula (a thin, hollow tube) through several small incisions. The cannula is then moved back and forth in a controlled motion to loosen the excess fat, which is then suctioned away from the body by a high-pressure liposuction vacuum. Male breast reduction by liposuction is typically performed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia, and you will be able to return home soon after treatment is finished.

Before the Surgery

  • Read the pre-surgery instructions to help prevent complications and improve outcomes for your surgery.
  • Depending on the type of surgery required, plan to take 3-7 days off work and your usual activities.
  • If having general anesthesia, you should not consume any food or drink after midnight on the night before your surgery.


  • Patients undergoing general anesthesia may be required to spend 1-2 nights in the hospital.
  • It is normal to experience some soreness and swelling at first. This should begin to subside on its own within a week.
  • Your surgeon may fit you with a compression garment in order to help reduce swelling. You should wear this for 24 hours for the first week post-surgery and then only at nights for the next week or two.
  • Follow all instructions given to you on how to maintain proper cleanliness and hygiene of the compression garment to avoid infection.
  • A follow-up appointment is usually made 7 days after surgery to remove stitches.
  • You can start walking around and return to most activities within 1-2 days.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for the first 4 weeks.