I was wondering if it is normal for a man to have large areolas? I am pretty sure it is not and before I ask how to reduce them, I did some research and saw I have several complicating factors. These are:
I am currently on Risperdal (1mg) and Zoloft (250mg) for anxiety, depression, and OCD.
2. I am obese
I understand being obese can cause the areolas to increase in size but I think mine have increased significantly since I started taking these medications. Granted, I have also gained some weight but I am not sure what to attribute this situation to. Maybe this is a case of pseudogynecomastia. I really am not sure and was hoping someone could provide me with answers.
My question to the community is how can I help remedy this situation? Of course surgery is an option but I would prefer that to be a last option. Should I consult my physician about removing me from my medications? What if its decided I should continue and I work extra hard on losing weight, will that likely resolve the situation?
I am curious to hear what I should do because from what I have read, if they stay this way for two or three years, its permanent and I wouldn't be comfortable with that. I am not comfortable with it now.
If it makes any difference - I am 28 years old. Thank you for your advice!
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