Gynexa.

DESTROY YOUR MAN BOOBS! GYNECOMASTIA TREATMENT.

Gynexa targets and destroys the unwanted subcutaneous adipose tissue (gynecomastia) from your chest. FDA approved and non-prescription. With Gynexa you will gain your desired results without painful and costly surgery. Start your regiment today and eliminate the embarrassing side effects of your Gynecomastia.

Gynexa

10 Reasons to choose Gynexa, the most powerful gynecomastia formula on the market.

  • Avoid costly and painful surgery.
  • Avoid weeks of healing and discomfort.
  • Zero downtime and no missed work.
  • Target and destroy your Man Boobs.
  • Feel great at the beach.
  • Reverse the side effects of steroids.
  • Look great in t-shirts again.
  • Drastically increase your self-esteem.
  • Is as easy as taking 2 pills daily.
  • Gynexa is non-prescription and FDA approved.
Gynexa - The Best Gynecomastia Pill & Cream To Reduce Man Boobs
"What is Gynecomastia and is there a cure?"

Gynecomastia is a common condition that causes boys’ and men’s breasts to swell and become larger than normal, often looking like a woman’s breast. It is most common in teenage boys and older men. Typical causes of Gynecomastia is hormone imbalance, obesity, puberty, and some drug and steroid use.

 

Treating gynecomastia is as easy as taking 2 pills daily. Gynexa’s proven success rate has been shown to produce a full reduction in over 96% of men. Gynexa effectively targets, destroys, and eliminates the subcutaneous adipose tissue from men’s chests. Your desired results can and will be gained without painful and costly surgery.

Steroid Use & Gynecomastia.

Many cases of gynecomastia are caused by a hormonal imbalance. Unfortunately, steroid use can trigger hormone imbalances and, subsequently, gynecomastia. In the case of certain steroids, such as Anadrol and Dianabol, the medication is converted into estrogen within the body. This can trigger the development of excess breast tissue.

 

Gynexa will reverse the side effects of “Bitch Tits” or “Man Boobs” and restore your chest back to a more masculine appearance. Gynexa is the most widely used form of preventative measure to stop Gynecomastia in its tracks and from ever forming. Taken twice daily alongside your steroid regiment and you will not form Gynecomastia in your chest.

What is Gynexa and how does it work?

 

  • Gynexa V-84 was first created at our Seattle facility, GX Labs, in 2011. The “84” accounts for the 83 previous versions of the drug. Over the past 10 years, Gynexa has gone through strenuous testing, clinical trials, and final FDA approval on March 10th 2019. After reaching our final, exact, and extremely effective formula on the 84th version, we then decided to aptly name our gynecomastia treatment Gynexa V-84.

 

  • Gynecomastia (guy-nuh-koh-MAS-tee-uh) is an increase in the amount of breast gland tissue in boys or men, caused by an imbalance of the hormones estrogen and testosterone. Gynecomastia can affect one or both breasts, sometimes unevenly. Gynexa targets and drastically reduces the build of adipose/breast gland tissue. The body then removes it as waste, leaving you with a more masculine symmetrical chest.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: How does Gynexa work?

A: Gynecomastia is the build-up of subcutaneous adipose tissue in the mammary glands, which can often be a painful condition for men. Gynexa targets, attacks, and destroys only the fatty tissue deposits in the breast. Gynexa shrinks the cells and fatty deposits so that the body can easily flush out the undesired cells. We strongly suggest drinking plenty of water throughout the day to help aid in Gynexa’s overall effectiveness.

FAQ

How effective is Gynexa at treating Gynecomastia?

As mentioned above Gynexa has gone through strenuous and rigorous testing. During our clinical trials, it was concluded that there was a success rate of 92-94% among participants. The study was based on 148 volunteer participants. Participants experienced on average 85-95% of total breast reduction, while a smaller class of 45 volunteers experienced full breast reduction results.

Gynexa is VERY effective at drastically reducing gynecomastia.

FAQ

Do I need a prescription to purchase Gynexa?

No, at this time a prescription is not required to purchase Gynexa. We do suggest purchasing Gynexa while it does not require a prescription. Many drugs do gain a classification change that can change the status from “non-prescription” to “prescription”. We are doing everything we can to prevent Gynexa from gaining a classification change.

FAQ

What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia (sometimes referred to as “man boobs”) is a common condition that causes boys’ and men’s breasts to swell and become larger than normal. It is most common in teenage boys and older men.

FAQ

What alternative treatments are there for Gynecomastia?

In the recent past, men would undergo surgery to remove the fatty tissue from their breasts. This form of treatment can cost upwards of $7,000 or more. Patients often experience moderate to severe pain after undergoing such a treatment.

FAQ

Who suffers from Gynecomastia?

You are not the only one. Nearly 1/4 of the male population suffers from gynecomastia, also known as Bitch Tits or Man Boobs.

FAQ

How does Gynexa work?

Gynecomastia is the build-up of subcutaneous adipose tissue in the mammary glands. Gynexa targets, attacks, and destroys only the fatty tissue deposits in the breast. Gynexa shrinks the cells and fatty deposits so that the body can easily flush out the undesired cells. We strongly suggest drinking plenty of water throughout the day to help aid in Gynexa’s overall effectiveness.

FAQ

How many pills come in a bottle of Gynexa?

There are 60 capsules per bottle. Take 2 capsules daily, half an hour before each meal, with 8 oz. (250 mls) of water.

FAQ

Are there any precautions that I should be aware of before taking Gynexa?

Do not exceed the recommended maximum of four (4) capsules/day. Consult your physician before using Gynexa if you are taking any prescription medication, as this may alter the effectiveness of certain drugs, or if you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or a thyroid or liver condition. Do not use while taking St. John’s Wort or acetaminophen. May cause stomach irritation and/or increased heart rate. Discontinue use of Gynexa if you experience discomfort or other adverse reactions. Store in a cool, dry place. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT USE IF SAFETY SEAL IS BROKEN OR MISSING.

TESTIMONIALS

I avoided surgery thanks to Gynexa

For years I had contemplated going under the knife to rid myself of these man boobs. I heard from a couple of guys at the gym that they had tried Gynexa and it worked for them. I am happy to say that I no longer need to have surgery.

Mark McDonald

“What causes Gynecomastia?”

Gynecomastia is triggered by a decrease in the amount of the hormone testosterone compared with estrogen. The decrease can be caused by conditions that block the effects of testosterone, reduce testosterone or increase your estrogen level.

Several things can upset the hormone balance, including the following.

Natural hormone changes

The hormones testosterone and estrogen control sex characteristics in both men and women. Testosterone controls male traits, such as muscle mass and body hair. Estrogen controls female traits, including the growth of breasts.

Most people think of estrogen as an exclusively female hormone, but men also produce it — though normally in small quantities. Male estrogen levels that are too high or are out of balance with testosterone levels can cause gynecomastia.

  • Gynecomastia in infants. More than half of male infants are born with enlarged breasts due to the effects of their mother’s estrogen. Generally, the swollen breast tissue goes away within two to three weeks after birth.
  • Gynecomastia during puberty. Gynecomastia caused by hormone changes during puberty is relatively common. In most cases, the swollen breast tissue will go away without treatment within six months to two years.
  • Gynecomastia in adults. The prevalence of gynecomastia peaks again between the ages of 50 and 69. At least 1 in 4 men in this age group is affected.

Medications

A number of medications can cause gynecomastia. These include:

  • Anti-androgens used to treat an enlarged prostate, prostate cancer and other conditions. Examples include flutamide, finasteride (Proscar, Propecia) and spironolactone (Aldactone, Carospir).
  • Anabolic steroids and androgens, which are prescribed by doctors for certain conditions or are sometimes used illegally by athletes to build muscle and enhance performance.
  • AIDS medications. Gynecomastia can develop in men who are HIV-positive and receiving a treatment regimen called highly active antiretroviral therapy. Efavirenz (Sustiva) is more commonly associated with gynecomastia than are other HIV medications.
  • Anti-anxiety medications, such as diazepam (Valium).
  • Tricyclic antidepressants.
  • Antibiotics.
  • Ulcer medications, such as the over-the-counter drug cimetidine (Tagamet HB).
  • Cancer treatment.
  • Heart medications, such as digoxin (Lanoxin) and calcium channel blockers.
  • Stomach-emptying medications, such as metoclopramide (Reglan).

Street drugs and alcohol

Substances that can cause gynecomastia include:

  • Alcohol
  • Amphetamines, used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
  • Marijuana
  • Heroin
  • Methadone (Methadose, Dolophine)

Health conditions

Several health conditions can cause gynecomastia by affecting the normal balance of hormones. These include:

  • Hypogonadism. Conditions that interfere with normal testosterone production, such as Klinefelter syndrome or pituitary insufficiency, can be associated with gynecomastia.
  • Aging. Hormone changes that occur with normal aging can cause gynecomastia, especially in men who are overweight.
  • Tumors. Some tumors, such as those involving the testes, adrenal glands or pituitary gland, can produce hormones that alter the male-female hormone balance.
  • Hyperthyroidism. In this condition, the thyroid gland produces too much of the hormone thyroxine.
  • Kidney failure. About half the people being treated with dialysis experience gynecomastia due to hormonal changes.
  • Liver failure and cirrhosis. Changes in hormone levels related to liver problems and cirrhosis medications are associated with gynecomastia.
  • Malnutrition and starvation. When your body is deprived of adequate nutrition, testosterone levels drop while estrogen levels remain the same, causing a hormonal imbalance. Gynecomastia can also happen when normal nutrition resumes.