Apart from that, we also discourage breast enlargement surgery for men because the treatment is much more difficult for men than it is for women. Men have a significantly less amount of breast tissue to begin with, which makes it much more difficult for a plastic surgeon to find a comfortable place to insert silicone implants into the male chest area. Not to mention, the difficulty in stabilizing the implants into position – without much breast tissue to begin with, it’s hard for male chests to suddenly support large breasts.
You need to understand that breast growth, especially from estrogen, is irreversible. Even if you stop using hormones, most of, if not all, the breast growth will remain. You also need to understand that it can be difficult, if not impossible, to hide them when you're in public. I've been on a testosterone blocker for a prostate condition, and was also given oral estrogen. I knew I would likely develope breasts, and I did. I switched from oral estrogen tablets to estrogen gel, which is less stressful on the liver. My dosage was also cut, but for unknown reasons my breasts started a growth spurt. I have completely feminine breasts, conical in shape, and my areolas have grown and gotten much darker, and my nipples are very large, even when not erect. My breasts are impossible to hide. Even in winter, the only time they aren't obvious is when I have a coat on. Even baggy flannel shirts won't hide them. I haven't had anyone question me, but I do get a lot of second looks. I've never actually measured, but I would guess that I'm probably a C cup. I'm not fat, so that makes them even more obvious. They are still growing, but I've gotten used to the fact, and now actually enjoy, having female breasts. Having breasts can be a turn on, but you better get used to being stared at.