What is meant by a lump in the breast or around the armpit that may not be installed KB implants are lumps that are feared to be a tumor or cancer associated with hormonal conditions. As for some examples of the lump in question include:
FAM (fibroadenoma mamae), a benign tumor / lump, grows in the breast tissue due to the influence of increased levels of the hormone estrogen
ductal carcinoma in situ. namely a type of breast cancer that grows from the breast glandular tissue. it is said to be cancer because this lump is malignant and must get proper treatment so it does not spread (metastasis) to other organs.
lumps in the breast or underarm due to conditions or examples of the above disease should not be done implant KB or other hormonal birth control (such as injections, or pills) because it can affect the development of the disease they will be.
while the information you provide us is still limited. This is because a bump in the armpit can also be caused by other conditions, for example:
cyst, which is a lump in the form of a bag filled with fluid.
lipoma, which is a benign tumor derived from fat tissue. This tumor can grow in any area of the body, especially those with a lot of fat such as in the thighs, stomach, arms and breasts.
inflammation of the armpit gland
blockage in the armpit gland
Glandular TB, which is an infection caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tubercullosis which infects the lymph nodes in the armpits.
so it needs to be ascertained in advance whether the lump that you experienced first, including lumps that are influenced by hormonal factors or not. if there is no connection with breast and hormonal tissue, implantation of KB is considered safe.
for more details, we strongly recommend that you consult directly with your doctor, ma'am.
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