Causes And Treatment Of The Appearance Of Lumps In The Breast?
Congratulations mlm … sorry I want to ask since I breastfeed there was a lump in the left breast, there were no problems and it was weird just freaking out because before marriage the breasts had no lumps to how come since I was breastfeeding so there was a child aged 8 months lump it still continues to exist, I still compress it, it still doesn’t disappear, but the solution is … hmm
Do lumps become smaller after breastfeeding? Can the lump be moved? Lumps in the breast can be caused by the following factors:
Galactocele: a type of cyst that contains ASI fluid that is formed due to blocked mammary glands
Mastitis: inflammation of the breast tissue that can be experienced while breastfeeding, usually accompanied by pain and felt warmer
Fibrocystic changes that are affected by the menstrual cycle
If the lump does not shrink after breastfeeding, you should consult a doctor directly so that further examination can be done to determine how the characteristics of the lump, location, size, consistency, and mobility of the lump. Next the doctor can perform additional checks for example with breast ultrasound to help determine the cause of a lump in the breast. After the cause is confirmed, then the doctor can give you more appropriate treatment.
While waiting to see a doctor, you should do the following tips:
Avoid squeezing or massaging lumps
Feed the baby until "gone"
If not milked, squeeze the milk
Feed the baby alternately right and left
Use a bra that is comfortable and not tight
Clean the nipples after breastfeeding
Hope it helps you,