April 01, 2011,
M.C. asks from Denton, TX on March 31, 2011
B.C. answers from Wichita Falls on April 01, 2011
Who thinks that most men probably blocked this out if it happened to them? And I'm betting that even if those men you asked did remember this happening, they would not admit it - men are funny. :)
M.H. answers from Dallas on April 01, 2011
Yes, we have experienced the same thing...worse on one side than the other. I Googled it and it is totally nomal, which I told my son. It also said that it can last for a while...which I did NOT inform him. :(
Google "Boy Breast Lump"
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A.G. answers from Dallas on March 31, 2011
Totally normal. This happened to my oldest son, and my husband remembered it happening to him too. We asked the doctor just to be sure nothing was wrong, and he said about 50% of boys experience it when going through puberty. It didn't last very long with my son.
L.B. answers from San Francisco on March 31, 2011
D.N. answers from Chicago on March 31, 2011
My son was freaked out when it first started. And with other issues we had this year, I was starting to worry. But both sets of docs said it was a puberty thing.