About Dealing With Fam?
Good evening nHello doctor, I want to ask about treating fam nI have about a year in my breast lumps and there are 2 lumps at the top and bottom. NSometimes it hurts but only once nBut now there is another 1 lump that starts to grow. nI can I not take medical action by operating or what is the best course of action I can take at this time. nAnd now I am only 28 years old nAnd for my family medical problems nAbout almost 5 years ago, my mother died because suffering from a brain tumor. n nPreviously thank you nGb😇
Hi Regina, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
80-90% of lumps in the breast are benign, especially if they occur in productive age. Some breast lumps can go away on their own, some require special treatment.
Causes of breast lumps include:
Fibroadenoma, a benign breast tumor originating from fibrous tissue Mastitis, inflammation of the breast Breast cyst Lipoma, lumps originating from fatty tissue Fibrocystic lumps, due to hormonal instability Breast cancer
Before deciding what is the most appropriate action to take, of course, you must first ascertain the cause. It is necessary to do a physical examination, ultrasound, mammography or biopsy to be sure. If your surgeon has confirmed that the lump is a fibroadenoma, based on clinical examination, radiological examination and biopsy, you may choose not to operate.
No surgery can be done for fear of changes in the shape and texture of the breast, the fibroadenoma sometimes disappears or shrinks by itself, and the fibroadenom is stable, not enlarging compared to the previous ultrasound. If fibroadenoma is confirmed and you decide not to have surgery, it is important to monitor the fibroadenoma for several months to detect changes. If there is enlargement or change it is better to still have surgery.
If you have not confirmed a fibroadenoma, you should not take steps alone. Currently you can consult a surgeon regarding the lump in order to get further examination.