Benign Breast Gland Tumor Surgery.?
I have a history of multiple FAMs, have been operated on 2 times and are still there or growing again. Who wants to ask: 1. Is there a check that confirms that the FAM I experienced is at risk of becoming a CA or not? 2. Is it okay to delay surgery until I have offspring because I have consulted a specialist in surgical oncology, breastfeeding can reduce the occurrence of FAM and the doctor also said it’s not good too often surgery
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Mammary fibroadenoma (FAM) is a benign, benign breast tumor. Characterized by a soft palpable mass, easily mobilized with slow growth. These benign tumors can recur after removal (residual recurrences) and potentially become malignant tumors.
There is no specific examination that can detect the ability of FAM tumor cells to turn into malignant cells. However, early detection of cancer cells can be done, namely through examination of CA 125 and USG tumor markers or mammography. The aim is to detect the presence of cancer cells as early as possible so that treatment can be done immediately. Quick and appropriate treatment will increase the total cure rate.
There are several things that can suppress tumor cell growth:
1. Healthy lifestyle, that is by eating only healthy foods and antioxidants, getting enough rest, exercising regularly and managing stress wisely.
2. Breastfeeding activities.
It is highly recommended for you to get married soon and do the pregnancy program. Removal of the tumor can be done after you get married.
Thus hopefully useful.