Causes Of Elongated Lumps In The Breast That Feel Pain When Pressed?
, My mother is in her 50s .. inside my mother’s breast there is a lump about 3 cm long with a diagonal position upward, from the outside there is no visible lump but if touched just feel there is a lump that extends, if the squeeze feels pain but if you touch it normally it doesn’t feel anything … besides pain there are no other symptoms anymore, what kind of lump is that?
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Lumps in the breast can be benign or malignant, and some of these conditions can cause a lump in the breast:
- Lipoma: lump of fat that grows under the skin. Is a benign and harmless tumor.
- Intraductal papilloma. : benign tumors in the breast and generally in women aged 35-55 years.
- Breast cysts: fluid-filled lumps
-Fibrocystic breast: abnormal fibrous tissue growth,
To ensure these lumps, you should do an examination with a general surgeon. The doctor will then conduct a brief interview, physical examination and additional examinations (supporting examinations) if needed.
The following article you can read more: Lumps in the breast
Thank you, hope that helps.