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Frequently Asked Questions

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I've heard about Gynexin Pills in terms of Non-Surgical Treatment of Gynecomastia, Does it really help?

Gynexin is a widely advertised product that claims to get rid of the gynecomastia. The main ingredient Chromium Picolinate is used in many diet supplements and some studies support the fact that it can act as a “fat burner”. Does it make sense that if the product worked how does it just target the male chest? The University of Maryland Medical Center warns that taking Chromium Picolinate for fat reduction could interfere with several medications including antacids and diabetes medications.  I would recommend to check out on google “Gynexin reviews” be sure they are actual reviews by men that have tried it and not affiliated with the company. You might save yourself some money.

Basically I am from abroad, Can I have a surgical procedure in India on tourist visa under any circumstances?

No. A Medical-Visa is mandatory for all foreigners visiting India for any medical tretment. But if you belong to any of these countries, and not willing to stay for more than 60 days in India then you can apply for an eMedical Visa. M-Visa (or eMedical Visa) is mandatory to receive any medical procedure for foriegn patients in India.

Will my partner be able to figure out that I had undergone through Hymenoplasty?

Not exactly, until and unless your partner himself is a Plastic Surgeon or Gynecologist.

Is Hymenoplasty Safe?

Hymenoplasty (Re-Virgination Surgery) is a safe procedure that involves very fine suturing from inside the torn hymen to rerair it. The patient is allowed to go home after surgery as there is no need to over night stay following the procedure.

If I am coming from abroad to have a rhinoplasty, how many days will I have to stay in India?

The first dressing is usually done on 8th day of the surgery, so a 9 to 11 days' stay is sufficient. But if any comlications occur this duration can be extended.

Can I become a genetic Mother or have periods after having sex reassignment surgery (Male to Female)?

Regretfully No!

One can never become a genetic Father or Mother after having a Sex Reassignment Surgery in their whole life. It is because the organs are not natural but contructed ones, that can never function like the one that we naturally have. For example, if someone goes through Male to Female surgery, she will never have her periods or become pregnant.

What procedure is used to remove Glandular tissues in Male Breasts Correction Surgery?

We use an unique "Trans-Nipple" incision to deliver the tough fibro-glandular tissues in Gynecomastia Surgery. This innovative scar-less approach ensures"No Signs of Surgery" on the chest. The Glandular tissues are removed through small incisions in the nipples, so there are no chances of ugly scarring.

How should I prepare on the night before and the day of my procedure?

To prepare for your procedure, please observe the following guidelines:
It is important that you do not eat or drink anything at least before six hours from the sceduled time of the surgery.

You should shower with any normal soap the day before surgery as well as the day of surgery, but avoid scrubbing areas that have been marked for your procedure.
Wear minimal makeup to the hospital.
Wear loose fitting, button-front clothing. Leave jewelry and other valuables at home.
Arrive at the hospital at least four hours prior to your scheduled surgery time.

Can a chin correction be carried out jointly with a nose job?

Yes, it is minor extension of the operation. A chin correction takes not longer than 30-45 minutes and can be done in conjunction with a nose job.

Does Smoking Affects the results of Plastic Surgery?

Yes, it really does.

You want to be in the best health at the time of surgery, for this reason there are a number of steps you can take to maximize your surgical results, including discontinue smoking at least six weeks prior to surgery to avoid skin healing problems and serious medical complications following surgery.

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