One in two Danish boys develops breasts, physician claims "entirely normal phenomenon"

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This terrifying new study should resound around the world as a warning to all men that the chemical alteration of mankind is underway.

This is not normal. Physicians who say it is normal for boys to develop breasts during puberty should be fired immediately.

"Man boobs" is known as Gynecomastia and is a result of low levels of testosterone, which today is no surprise given the alarming amount of products that contain estrogen mimicking chemicals, also known as gender benders. Endocrine disruptors may be found in most everyday products– including plastic bottles, metal food cans, detergents, flame retardants, synthetic fabric, food, toys, cosmetics, pesticides and many more. Although a doctor may tell you that these chemicals are in “safe doses,” they do have an accumulative effect.

Numerous studies have reported that estrogen mimicking, endocrine disrupting chemicals are known to cause sexual dysfunction, breast cancer, infertility, prostate cancer and ADHD just to name a few.

Listen to Dr Brian & Anna Maria Clement on Radio 3Fourteen explain how synthetic clothing is hazardous to your health.

Research shows that endocrine disruptors pose the greatest risk during prenatal and early postnatal development when organ and neural systems are forming.

Listen to Dr Curtis Duncan on Radio 3Fourteen explain how ubiquitous chemicals in our environment is leading to the feminization of boys and masculinization of girls.

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From the Science Nordic article below we can read:

“It is generally accepted that the development of gynaecomastia is caused by an imbalance in sex hormones, though this can rarely be confirmed when measuring these hormones in boys with breast development. We believe that the balance is influenced by other factors, e.g. other hormones and that is what we are trying to elucidate with these studies.”

Rarely confirmed!?

Perhaps in government run healthcare, such as in Scandinavia, doctors do not know to test for hormonal imbalances but an imbalance in sex hormones (estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone) most definitely can be tested, measured and corrected. Never before has the western world seen so many hormone therapy clinics, who exclusively work to fix imbalanced hormones, but apparently not in Scandinavia.

Figures from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons showed that gynecomastia surgery was the 4th most popular cosmetic surgery procedure amongst men. Of all cosmetic surgery procedures seeing an upswing, gynecomastia was announced to have the most notable gains over the past year, showing a 5 percent increase.

The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) released figures showing the biggest rise in demand among men was for breast reduction to eliminate “man boobs” or “mobs.”

What we’re seeing is the initial steps of a sex change. Men who wish to change sex take estrogen to lessen hair growth and develop breasts. How is this any different? Beyond the fact that these poor boys are being subjected to a sex change unbeknownst to them and against their will.

Folks this is not normal. This is a hormonal imbalance. Testosterone matters, no matter what a feminist says.

Here is the article from sciencenordic.com:

New research indicates that more than half of all Danish boys develop breasts during puberty. This is a source of worry and embarrassment for many of them.

When puberty sets in, it is not only in the girls’ locker room that breasts start to appear.

Scientists have, for the first time, studied the prevalence of breast development in Danish boys, and the new study suggests that more than half of all Danish boys develop mammary glands during puberty.

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”When we looked at boys who are in a particular stage of their puberty, we observed that up to 60 percent of the boys had breast development,” says Mikkel Grunnet Mieritz, MD, who headed the new study as part of his PhD project at the Department of Growth and Reproduction at the Copenhagen University Hospital.

He points out that the small male breasts are usually harmless, but that for many adolescent boys the female attributes lead to worry and embarrassment.

‘Boy breasts’ a worry for parents

Paediatrician Kurt Kristensen at Aarhus University Hospital, who did not take part in the study, is not surprised by the new findings:

“As physicians, we consider this an entirely normal phenomenon, and we generally say that around half of all boys get it,” he says.

”But I think many are unaware of the phenomenon, and we are seeing quite a few parents who get terribly worried about what’s going on when their teenage boy suddenly starts developing breasts.”

Adult men also develop breasts

In the scientific community male breast development is known as gynaecomastia, and it can occur in adult men, too.

Doctors distinguish between cases of male breasts consisting solely of fatty tissue (pseudo gynaecomastia) – typically caused by excess weight – and cases in which actual mammary glands are formed (gynaecomastia).

”Men do not normally have glandular breast tissue, but boys with gynaecomastia start to form glandular tissue in the chest area,” says Mieritz.

“Some of the boys experience soreness around their nipples, in the same way that girls describe it when they start developing breasts. Others discover it because the nipple typically starts to protrude.”

He adds that in terms of size, the boys’ breasts can range from ”anything from a small pea to something that looks like the early stages of breast development in girls”.

Mentally tough for boys to get breasts

Even though ’boy breasts’ are entirely normal and harmless for teenage boys, the changes in their chest area are a cause of worry for many of them, says Kristensen:

”It can be tough, mentally, for the boys to see that they suddenly start developing breasts. They may not be keen to go bare-chested on the beach, or they may be shy in the dressing rooms for their physical education classes. In some families, people worry that there may be a lump in the breast and then they believe it might be cancer, so many of these boys are referred to the hospital.”

Mieritz agrees that even tiny breasts can be a tough mental burden for a boy in puberty.

“All this is happening during a vulnerable period in the boys’ lives – a period in which it is important how they appear and develop in relation to other boys. So it is my impression that this is a serious issue for some of the boys.”

However, the researcher has an encouraging message to these boys:

”We know from international studies that in more than 90 percent of the boys the breast development is self-limiting. In general, it is estimated that it disappears within a year and a half,” says Mieritz.

“It is generally accepted that the development of gynaecomastia is caused by an imbalance in sex hormones, though this can rarely be confirmed when measuring these hormones in boys with breast development. We believe that the balance is influenced by other factors, e.g. other hormones and that is what we are trying to elucidate with these studies.”

Source: sciencenordic.com