Gynecomastia caused by hormonal imbalance during puberty is relatively common.
There are some non-specific causes of developing gynecomastia these could be some health issues.
Testosterone is a naturally developing hormone. Low testosterone in males can lead to enlargement of breast tissue.
With the increasing age, testes start losing the production capacity of testosterone that automatically raises the level of estrogen and glandular tissue develops in their chest.
Few medicines can have side effects and are responsible for increasing estrogen levels in a man’s body. Take your medicines always prescribed by the doctor.
An alcoholic is at the risk of developing gynecomastia. Alcohol does not directly affect hormones but having excess alcohol may harm your liver can create a condition called cirrhosis that prevents the testosterone from being broken down and converting itself into estrogen. In this situation, chest fat develops