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    Quote Originally Posted by orange24 View Post
    Did it look 100% after healed up

    yup! i had it done about 12 years ago. night and day difference between the left and right nipples now that was pre-gear use for me and i had abnormal swelling and pain in that particular one, so it was considered a quality of life issue. I just had to pay my $500 deductible and it was done. i can post up some nipple pics if you want lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by friendofzeus View Post
    yup! i had it done about 12 years ago. night and day difference between the left and right nipples now that was pre-gear use for me and i had abnormal swelling and pain in that particular one, so it was considered a quality of life issue. I just had to pay my $500 deductible and it was done.
    Dang

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendofzeus View Post
    yup! i had it done about 12 years ago. night and day difference between the left and right nipples now that was pre-gear use for me and i had abnormal swelling and pain in that particular one, so it was considered a quality of life issue. I just had to pay my $500 deductible and it was done. i can post up some nipple pics if you want lol.
    Yes. Quality of life. Good luck getting that procedure done now based on a quality-of-life complaint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigmac View Post
    Yes. Quality of life. Good luck getting that procedure done now based on a quality-of-life complaint.

    i'm about to find out, going to use the same complaint with a doctor next month for the other nipple after all these years.

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    I have mild gyno, doc wouldn’t even consider it I’m guessing. Left nipple little softer is about all he’d see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendofzeus View Post
    i'm about to find out, going to use the same complaint with a doctor next month for the other nipple after all these years.
    Not a chance even if you collapsed from nipple pain. It's purely cosmetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigmac View Post
    Yes. Quality of life. Good luck getting that procedure done now based on a quality-of-life complaint.
    My roommate back in the late 90s had it done and insurance paid for everything but like you say good luck getting that done today.

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    just an update after the dr's visit today. it's being covered, same as the left one years ago due to it being a "substantial quality of life issue" i made sure that i mentioned it was interrupting my sleep, that i couldn't sleep on that side anymore, even my mattress was enough pressure to cause pain. among other instances like it affecting my work, being close to my animals that "i love so much, it's so distressing!" and a few other tidbits i threw out there. got a referral to an oncologist just to make sure it's nothing serious, and have to get either a mammogram or a ultrasound to determine the type of tissue, and a biopsy. last time i didn't have to do the mammogram/ultrasound, just the biopsy and oncologist. if it's nothing serious cancer wise, the oncologist will send me to a general surgeon. my deductible has already been paid so there's just a few copays and it's all taken care of!

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    Lol! Tell the dr your "service dog" keeps trying to nurse on your swollen nipple whilst you are trying to piss in the non-gender specific, gun free rest room.
    So silly how words, not actual medical conditions get favorable results from health care services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    Lol! Tell the dr your "service dog" keeps trying to nurse on your swollen nipple whilst you are trying to piss in the non-gender specific, gun free rest room.
    So silly how words, not actual medical conditions get favorable results from health care services.
    LOL.....I have very mild gyno that only can be seen when my pecs aren't pumped up, and only when the air temperature is warm. I've seen internet pics of guys who had just any old surgeon remove their gyno, and some of them looked freaky with their nipples no longer there at all, or looking like their nipples actually pointed inward which left small dents where their nipples used to be. Looked just as bad as some gyno cases do.

    So I called a doc who specializes in these surgeries, and they told me no insurance is accepted, the initial consultation is $250, and the surgery would cost me from $8,600 to $10K. That's why I haven't had the surgery yet. One guy on here claimed that he took T-bol and his gyno went away. I never heard that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall Deck View Post
    LOL.....I have very mild gyno that only can be seen when my pecs aren't pumped up, and only when the air temperature is warm. I've seen internet pics of guys who had just any old surgeon remove their gyno, and some of them looked freaky with their nipples no longer there at all, or looking like their nipples actually pointed inward which left small dents where their nipples used to be. Looked just as bad as some gyno cases do.

    So I called a doc who specializes in these surgeries, and they told me no insurance is accepted, the initial consultation is $250, and the surgery would cost me from $8,600 to $10K. That's why I haven't had the surgery yet. One guy on here claimed that he took T-bol and his gyno went away. I never heard that before.
    that price is way too high, there's a well known Dr in NY that does a LOT of bodybuilders, 3k for it. most plastic surgeons will charge 5k or less. 8-10k is insane.

    my left was done by a general surgeon and it looks great! as i mentioned before, it was just cutting it out, there was no lipo or anything like that needed since it was just the hard mass being removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachCabo View Post
    Lol! Tell the dr your "service dog" keeps trying to nurse on your swollen nipple whilst you are trying to piss in the non-gender specific, gun free rest room.
    So silly how words, not actual medical conditions get favorable results from health care services.
    you have to put ideas into their heads as to how to bill it using the right billing codes so that insurance will cover it. a good (friendly) dr or surgeon's office will really help you out if you have insurance since they're going to get paid from the insurance vs not getting paid at all from you having to cover it out of pocket.

    edited to add: i don't have the bill anymore, but when i asked about the cost of my left one if I had to pay for it out of pocket i was quoted around 4k, when I got the bill that I had to pay my deductible on and the rest getting billed to insurance, it was around 15k total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friendofzeus View Post
    that price is way too high, there's a well known Dr in NY that does a LOT of bodybuilders, 3k for it.
    That might have been the same guy I called, because it was a guy in NY who does lots of BBers, and they told me $8,600 and up. His name is Dr. Blau


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