Lump In The Right Breast And Feels Pain?
Good luck, I want to ask when I check it, why is there a bulge in my spine, but the bulb is not round, but it is oval and painful and doesn’t have a few. I want to take one that’s really big, but the small ones are not round, but they’re kind of painful and not really big. but it hurts. thanks
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There are several diseases related to lumps in the breast, namely:
2. Fibroadenoma mammae (FAM)
3. Intraductal papilloma
4. Fibrocystic breast
You can read more about each of these diseases in this article.
In addition to distinguishing the types of lumps in the breast, it is also necessary to distinguish whether these lumps are benign, potentially malignant and malignant. Each has different handling. There are several characteristics of a malignant tumor, namely a hard palpable lump, inseparable from the surrounding tissue, the size gets bigger quickly and feels painful.
To find out what type of breast lump you are and whether the lump is malignant or not, it needs supporting examinations such as mammography, ultrasound and biopsy.
Biopsy is examination of tissue at the cellular level using a microscope. From these results a definitive diagnosis can be obtained from a lump. One way to take biopsy tissue samples is through the removal of a lump, or excision. What surgery will you undergo for this purpose? Try to discuss it again with the treating doctor. Of course he knows more.
As for whether a small lump can disappear by itself or with medication, this depends on what type of lump. For this reason, we recommend discussing it clearly with the treating doctor.
In the meantime, don't try to squeeze the lump away. Because this can aggravate the condition. We recommend that you live the treatment that the doctor recommends, do not delay, especially if the lump is feared malignant. Eat lots of vegetables and fruits that are high in antioxidants, such as kiwi, lemon, dragon fruit, oranges and others.
Thus hopefully useful.