Are 3 Enlarged Tumors In The Breast In Women Dangerous?
I have a benign tumor in the breast, back when I checked there were 2 pieces but now how come I think it’s getting bigger, bigger than a quail’s egg. And it seems there are already 3 numbers. Sometimes it hurts a bit. Is that dangerous? R nDo you need surgery or what? R nThank you😊
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Need to be clarified, have you checked the lump in your breast to the doctor? Did the doctor mention that the lump was a tumor?
Indeed, a lump in the breast can be caused by a tumor. These breast tumors are benign, but some are malignant. You need to be aware of tumors that you experience are malignant if:
It grows bigger in a fast time
Its consistency is hard, firmly attached at its base, and its surface is irregular
Causes changes in the structure of the skin, for example to be concave, rough, or injured
Accompanied by nipple disorders, such as wounds, bleeding, pus
Accompanied by other complaints, such as weight loss dramatically, prolonged low-grade fever, excessive sweating, and so on
Are there any of these signs of malignancy that you experience?
If not, chances are that the bump you are experiencing is not malignant. These lumps may be benign, for example due to cysts, fibroadenomas, and so on.
However, you also need to know, that not always a lump in the breast caused by a tumor. It could also be, lumps in the breast appear due to other factors, such as abscesses, breast skin infections (for example acne, boils), fibrocystic changes, enlarged lymph nodes, keloids, and so on.
Determine whether a lump in your breast is dangerous or not need to be done through a direct doctor's examination. Therefore, if you feel your lumps getting bigger, try to check yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon. Through physical examination, or assisted with supporting tests, for example biopsy, ultrasound, mammography, x-rays, etc., doctors usually able to identify possible dangerous conditions. The handling can later be done with a variety, ranging from observation, administration of drugs, surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, you should not press or sort the lumps that appear. To reduce pain, compress the lump with warm water. Always wear a bra that is comfortable and sized to fit with your breasts so that the lump does not experience excessive irritation and pressure. Always keep your breasts clean, including by showering diligently and always wearing a bra and clean clothes. Do not forget, multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruits that are rich in antioxidants to minimize tumor cell growth.
Hope this helps ...