Lump On The Left Breast And MCU Results?
Good afternoon, my name is Dian I am 22 years old, some time ago I did the MCU where I found a lump in the left breast on the side, then the result was written FAM Sinistra, but the lump didn’t feel like it disappeared for a long time, do I have to continue to do surgery? Thank you
Lumps in the breast can be caused by a variety of causes. One of the bumps that is quite common in young women is FAM. FAM (mammae fibroadenoma) is a tumor that is benign and harmless. FAM has characteristics such as the lump feels soft, the lump can be moved (mobile), does not feel pain, there is no change in the shape of the breast. FAM is usually asymptomatic and does not always require surgery.
Have you done an ultrasound?
Therefore, it is recommended that you go to a specialist surgeon again, so that the doctor can check your condition directly first and later the doctor can provide appropriate therapeutic advice. If it is due to FAM and is small and asymptomatic then surgery is usually not necessary.
The following aritkel that you can read about FAM
may be useful. thank you