Gynecomastia.Org – A Great Resource for Information

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In 1996, the website Gynecomastia.org was created. Merle Yost, a psychologist and previous sufferer of male breasts realized there was very little information available for men who have gynecomastia. He contacted Miguel Delgado, M.D. to collaborate with him in the creation of an informational website that would educate men and give them a venue for getting answers to their numerous questions.

 

Through the years, the website evolved to becoming the most popular source of man boob information on the internet. In 2010, Merle Yost decided to sell the website as maintenance became too time consuming.  Miguel Delgado, M.D. didn’t want to see the site lose its integrity, so he purchased the site.

 

If you look up gynecomastia on the popular search engines such as; Yahoo.com, Bing.com, DogPile.com and Excite.com, you will see that gynecomastia.org. is on the first page of the organic listings. The website remains free to members; however registration is required so that insensitive or abusive content can be controlled. There is a fee to the surgeons who are members and these fees help to fund the maintenance of the site. Member surgeons are all Board Certified Surgeons who have a special interest in gynecomastia surgery. Many of them donate their time to answer questions that are posted by the forum members.

 

There are multiple gynecomastia forums on the site that cover many topics such as;

 

  • Gynecomastia Talk (which is the most popular with daily posts),
  • Stories
  • User Diaries
  • Fat and Gynecomastia
  • Puffy Nipples
  • And many more.

 

New threads are frequently started as old and new members submit questions and relate experiences. The support men offer each other is something you won’t find anywhere else. As men reveal the shame they have felt, they learn they are not alone and find a great deal of solace from the men on the site.

 

In addition to the forums, the website offers a directory of gynecomastia specialists from all over the United States, and beyond. There are FAQ’s, Scientific Articles, Videos, Photo Galleries and Blogs.

 

If you haven’t discovered Gynecomastia.org and suffer from male breasts, Miguel Delgado, M.D. invites you to explore the site. If you are in the San Francisco Bay area and want a personal consultation with Dr. Delgado, please call (415) 898-4161 or email info@dr-delgado.com. If you are from out of town, see Dr. Delgado’s generous offer by clicking on this link.