Q. I am considering surgery for gynaecomastia. I have type two diabetes which is well controlled. Will this change anything if i wanted to go ahead with surgery? Would the scar be worse and would recovery time be longer? I have an active job. Does the fact that i am a diabetic have any other problems if i went ahead with surgery?
A. Thank you very much for your enquiry about possible treatment for gynaecomastia. This is normally possible to be treated if you do have type II diabetes it’s important to get down to a normal weight with a body mass index of 30 or below prior to your surgery. The main options of treatment during liposuction and excisional techniques and it would be best to see you in person to discuss the best way forward for you in person. To arrange a free consultation please ring us on 01844-214362 or email us on email@example.com. Many thanks for your enquiry, we do look forward to meeting you in the near future. Best wishes yours sincerely, Adrian Richards Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon Surgical Director of Aurora Clinics
|Mr. Adrian Richards
Phone: 0800 328 5743