Men could end up developing breasts if they consume vitality supplements, experts have warned.
Men's health expert Dr Ismail Thamby pointed out that long-term use of some drugs could leave the consumer with side effects.
According to Metro Ahad, the affected men, in some cases, had to wear bras, reports the Star Online.
Thamby explained steroids and estrogenics were the main cause of gynecomastia, or the development of breasts in men.
He further warned against the rising number of men with the condition stemming from the use of some vitality supplements.