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Gynecomastia in Neonates

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Neonates may have gynecomastia due to in utero action of maternal and placental estrogens. Breast buds are common in baby boys and they tend to disappear by 6 months of age as the influence of maternal hormones wanes. In some babies, they may last longer.

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