Learning how to get rid of gyno that is persistent or severe is a bit different. If yours is moderate to severe in nature, surgery is likely the only way to reverse it. This is essentially a male breast reduction, which is a cosmetic procedure that most insurance companies don’t cover. Surgeons can use liposuction on moderate cases, which involves removing the tissue through a very small incision near your areola or in your armpit, where it is less noticeable. There is some discomfort post-surgery, but most men return to normal activities in a few days.
Lastly, Masteron as an aphrodisiac agent does not necessarily come from its estrogen reducing abilities, but rather, it comes down to its direct actions as an androgenic agent. It is able to provide a rise in libido by ensuring androgens can hit target organs and crucial brain regions like the Hypothalamus...and possibly the limbic system. Masteron's effects on erectile quality are related to DHT-simulated nitric oxide release and nourishment of the Pelvic Ganglia nerve fibres. I say simulated because it is not endogenous or ''natural'' DHT doing the work but a synthetic compound acting like DHT.