Lump In The Lower Right Breast?
want to ask, if cutis and subcutis right and left are normal. The right and left papillae were normal. Normal fibroglandular tissue. No solid or cystic lesions were seen. The right and left axilla of the KGB did not appear enlarged. What does that mean? The problem is that in my lower right breast there is a lump, it hurts to hold it. And felt just this month.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lumps in the breast can be caused by many things, including:
Skin infection Infection of breast tissue or gland Abnormal growth of fatty tissue Abnormal growth of breast tissue due to hormonal influences. Fluid-filled sac Tumor or cancer
Regarding the results of the examination that you wrote down, there was no mention of any abnormalities on the examination, it was not even stated that a lump was found, which was known from the word that there was no visible cystic or solid lesion. In addition, you can also see that from the examination, other parts show normal and there is no visible enlargement, which means that there are no abnormalities in you through the examination.
Our advice, you should consult again about your complaint to the doctor who treats you, to do another examination, perhaps in the form of a biopsy or a follow-up ultrasound to be able to see more specifically the lump you mean. Meanwhile, avoid squeezing or touching the lump, do not apply drugs, ingredients, and take any medication without a doctor's prescription. No need to worry and stress, and still apply a healthy lifestyle by drinking lots of water, taking regular breaks, not pushing the body and eating healthy and nutrient-rich foods. So, hopefully it answers your question.