(Nudity Warning!!!)Brothers bullied and beaten for having full-grown breasts have surgery to remove them


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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 06:52 EST, 25 May 2012 UPDATED: 07:35 EST, 25 May 2012

  • Ramírez siblings, from Dominican Republic, operated on after appeal
  • Plight was highlighted via local television news broadcast
  • Doctors now monitoring the trio to try and block female hormones


 

A trio of brothers who grew breasts due to a rare genetic disorder are now ‘living a normal life’ after going under the knife.

 

The Ramírez brothers, from the Dominican Republic, said they were ‘extremely happy’ they were no longer being bullied, beaten and ridiculed for their ‘moobs’.

 

Yeuri, 17, told local TV: ‘It hurt a lot but now I feel good. Now they can’t make fun of us anymore.’

 


 

 

Dominican Republic boys
Dominican Republic boys
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surgery: A trio of brothers went under the knife because they developed breasts due to a genetic condition

 

 

 

Rare: The trio of brothers who grew breasts due to a rare genetic disorder are now 'living a normal life' after going under the knife

 

Rare: The trio of brothers who grew breasts due to a rare genetic disorder are now ‘living a normal life’ after going under the knife

 

 

 

 

 

The plight of the siblings, which some have described as a hoax, was highlighted when their desperate father Felipe appealed for help, via the island’s news programme Zona5, from specialists.

 

His work as a food stall seller, and the absence of the boys’ mother who left when they were little, meant he did not have enough money to pay for an operation.

 

 

 

His emotional plea was picked up by medics at the Marcelino Velez Santana Hospital, whose boss Dr Pedro Antonio Delgado agreed to pay for the operations.

 

After tests to see if Yeuri, his 11-year-old brother Gabriel and 12-year-old Daniu could undergo treatment, they each went under the knife for two hours.

 

 

 

Ecstatic: Felipe Ramirez, pictured here with one of his sons in the background, said he was thrilled with the outcome of the surgery

 

Ecstatic: Felipe Ramirez, pictured here with one of his sons in the background, said he was thrilled with the outcome of the surgery

 

 

 

 

 

 
Dr Elbi Morla told the show: 'In reality, this is a key moment in their evolution. It was something that was affecting them greatly.'
Dr Pedro Antonio Delgado
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medics: Dr Elbi Morla (left) said the operation would be a key moment in the boy’s lives, while Dr Pedro Antonio Delgado (right) confirmed his hospital paid entirely for the surgery

 

 
Rare: The condition affected the boys who are from the southern rural town of Magueyal

 

Rare: The condition affected the boys who are from the southern rural town of Magueyal

 

After the operation, for the condition called gynecomastia which affects males who have a hormonal imbalance, Dr Elbi Morla told the show: ‘In reality, this is a key moment in their evolution. 

 

‘It was something that was affecting them greatly.’

 

And a grateful Felipe added: ‘They are now normal men. They have had them taken off. I never had the hope that this would happen.

 

‘I never had the money to do this. I’m so thankful to the press for helping.’

 

 

 

Happy familiy: Felipe Ramirez (right) with his three sons after their operation and a presenter from Zona5, which was instrumental in organising their surgery

 

Happy familiy: Felipe Ramirez (right) with his three sons after their operation and a presenter from Zona5, which was instrumental in organising their surgery

 

 

 

 

 

Bed bound: Yeuri, 17, told local TV: 'It hurt a lot but now I feel good. Now they can't make fun of us anymore'

 

Bed bound: Yeuri, 17, told local TV: ‘It hurt a lot but now I feel good. Now they can’t make fun of us anymore’

 

Doctors said they will now monitor the boys and give them medicine to block the female hormones they were producing.

 

And they revealed that the condition, affecting the boys from the southern rural town of Magueyal, was genetic.

 

It was most likely due to a hormonal anomaly passed on through generations of the area’s small congenital gene pool.

 


 

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