Benign Lump That Has Been Operating 2 Years Ago?
Hello doctor. 2 years ago I had surgery for the lower right breast lump. And the diagnosis from the doctor was just an ordinary lump, which was said to be able to grow in the part of the body where I was. The doctor also said there were no restrictions, and there were no restrictions on eating anything. nYg I want to ask, do I have to keep checking a doctor for my illness two years ago? Or am I really healed? NThank you
Hello Juwita! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Lumps on the body that are not normal are called tumors. Tumors are divided into benign and malignant (cancer). Benign tumors are not cancerous and only grow in one part of the body, cannot spread to other parts of the body. Tumors can occur when new cells in the body are formed when the body doesn't need them or old cells don't die when our body doesn't need them. There are various types of benign tumors that can occur in the body, depending on what cells the tumor is formed. After surgery, benign tumors usually don't grow back. You also can indeed live your life as usual, without restrictions on certain foods. However, you should still check your breasts at home with your own breast examination (BSE) every month and do a breast examination at the doctor at least once a year. This examination is important for all women, not just those who have had benign tumors. If you feel a new lump, you should immediately check with the nearest doctor.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.