A Lump In The Breast Area That Makes It Difficult To Breathe?
Hi Deliz .. Thanks for the question given.
The presence of a lump in the breast area is not always a malignancy or cancer. There are lumps that are benign or malignant. To determine this, it is necessary to carry out further examinations.
Lumps in the breasts in women can be caused by:
Fibroadenoma - is benign, the lump is mobile, tender to the touch, and painless. This enlargement is influenced by the hormone estrogen in a woman's body. Cysts / sacs filled with fluid Breast abscess / collection of pus due to infection Mastalgia Mastitis Breast cancer - is malignant, accompanied by a pulling of the skin around the breast, a wound, discharge with blood from the nipple, can be accompanied with enlarged lymph nodes around the neck and armpits. To confirm your complaint, especially if the lump is getting bigger, there is pain, fever, then you should see a surgeon. So that doctors can carry out direct examinations and if necessary can be supported by breast ultrasound. From the results of the examination, it can be determined with certainty the cause of your complaint. What you can do includes: warm compresses to the affected area, avoid taking medication without a doctor's advice considering you are pregnant, find a comfortable position when you lie down, and avoid holding the enlarged part
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