Danger Of Lumps In The Breast And Pain?
Conclusion kmrn hsl ultrasound I have a solid slight hypoechoic lesion firmly flat edge on the right mother at 12.300.97×0.54cm and 0.95×0.42cm most likely benign (fam) with mamae aberant right r n My name is Desy my menstrual cycle is irregular, and sometimes the breasts feel sore, what is my pain from ultrasound, what’s dangerous? r nThank you very much🙏
Good evening Desy, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. From the results of your ultrasound examination, it was found that there were two lumps on the right breast with the size you wrote down, and most likely not a sign of malignancy or cancer. The FAM written on it means fibroadenoma mammae. FAM is a type of benign tumor that is very common in women. The characteristics of this tumor are round shape with easily defined borders, rubbery, painless, and can shift when pressed.
FAM has no known real cause, but is highly influenced by hormones, so its presence is usually influenced by menstrual conditions and pregnancy. Because it's not dangerous and sometimes goes away on its own, FAM often doesn't need treatment. But even if you want it to be removed immediately, usually surgery is needed to remove the lump.
While the aberant mammae that you are writing about, are also called assesoria mammae, or additional breast glands. Just like FAM, this is not a malignancy and there is no definite treatment. If it doesn't interfere with the appearance, then it's okay to just leave it, but if it does, surgery is usually done.
But apart from that, we highly recommend that you confirm this information again to the doctor who asked you to perform the examination. Because these findings must be combined with a history and physical examination that has been done before. When considered needing further examination to confirm the results, usually a biopsy is performed.
But meanwhile, there's no need to worry and worry, you just have to discuss with your doctor what treatment options you have, and live a healthy lifestyle to normalize your menstrual cycle, by staying away from stress, cigarette smoke, greasy or fatty foods, regular exercise. , and get enough rest. So, hopefully it answers your question.