Discomfort In The Right Breast?
Hello, I want to ask, I used to be in 2018 for 9 months when I drank water, my feeling was that the water went into the right breast, then after a while it was said to be sick but not like tingling like that near the nipples, then I had a doctor’s examination saying There is no disease, but over time this right breast feels so hard I feel it. There are no lumps but it’s like water, but it feels really heavy. I think for work it’s uncomfortable, please ask for consultation please, thanks
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. To be able to answer your question, consider the following pictures.
What we want to show with these two images is that a woman's breast is a collection of tissues consisting of glands and fat cells located in front of the chest muscles and ribs, which are shown in the second picture by white spheres.
Meanwhile, when someone drinks or eats, the path through or the digestive tract is shown in red in the picture below.
Which, as you can see, is not connected to the breast because it is located behind the rib cage. So what we want to say, it is not possible when you drink, the water fills into the breast because there is no channel that connects the two. When you drink, water enters through the esophagus, into the stomach, then absorbed into the intestine, not through the breast. Even if you suspect a leak, that's not how it flows. Water will definitely be inundated in the chest cavity or abdominal cavity, and you too must have felt a far worse complaint, not just a chest that feels heavy.
So that the complaint you feel may be another condition, and to be able to know what the condition is, you should ask for investigations such as ultrasound or chest X-ray from the surgeon, to see if there is indeed a buildup of fluid or other mass that causes tingling and heaviness. your breasts. This examination is important because by being able to look deeper, we can determine the possible causes of the condition you are experiencing. As for if your surgeon says there are no complaints, you can ask the doctor where you should continue the examination of the findings, whether to the neurologist, or others.
Meanwhile, you don't need to worry too much, you don't need to limit your consumption of water either, and you don't need to take drugs or anything because you don't feel any lumps or anything like that. You just need to maintain a healthy lifestyle by maintaining your weight in the ideal range, exercising regularly, avoiding the consumption of fatty and oily foods, regular breaks, and avoiding cigarettes and alcohol. So, hopefully answering your question.