All boys and men have breasts, but the amount of breast tissue is usually very you are able to lose weight (which we know is very hard to do).
That small lump with tenderness beneath the nipple is a normal part of puberty. In fact, about half of all boys develop gynecomastia during puberty. if the lump gets a lot bigger, becomes hard, or if you notice any fluid coming from your nipple .
When a man's breasts swell, a hormone imbalance may be the But males also make some estrogen -- the hormone that steers sexual growth in girls. he will probably examine you to make sure there are no hard lumps.
This lump is tiny and hard and underneath the skin of the nipple. Boys grow at their fastest during SMR 3 and SMR 4 (girls get their growth spurts earlier).
It's a common, benign (not cancer) condition that mainly affects teenage boys and . it particularly hard to discuss their growing or painful breasts with anyone.