Not normally, though rarely men do get breast cancer. Normal male breasts are mostly fatty. Sometimes men’s breasts do become enlarged and develop glandular tissue due to a condition called gynecomastia. This enlargement, due to a hormonal imbalance, normally affects one breast more than the other. If a mammogram is performed, it is usually easy to distinguish gynecomastia from breast cancer.Browse All Provider FAQ's
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