Treatment of gynecomastia is not always necessary since transient
gynecomastia, such as occurs during puberty, generally resolves on its own without
treatment within three years. If medications are the cause of gynecomastia,
stopping the offending drug can be effective in reducing gynecomastia. Treatment
of any underlying medical conditions is also important. Both medications (see
below) and surgery have been successfully used to treat gynecomastia.
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