Brown Lump That Sticks Together At The Breast?
Good evening I would like to ask the doctor if there is a brown lump in the breast, is it dangerous and includes neurofibromatosis? Thank you. N
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The lump you are referring to, could be one of the following possibilities.
Lipoma or abnormal growth of fatty tissue
So regarding your case, we think it is important to conduct a direct examination first at a dermatologist or surgeon. This is because each lump has its own description. For example, neurofibromatosis is indeed brown in color, but is usually small and clustered. If it's just one, it's probably not neurofibromatosis. If the size is rather large and chewy, it may be a lipoma, but if it is only small, one fruit and looks like a wart, it could also be a skintag. Therefore, by being seen directly by a dermatologist or surgeon, the determination of your diagnosis will be more certain and the treatment you will receive will also be more precise.
Meanwhile, don't take drugs that are not recommended by your doctor, don't apply anything, and don't press or try to pull it out. If pain occurs, you can take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions for use listed. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa