Lump On The Left Breast That Doesn’t Go Away In Nursing Mothers?
hello, I want to ask r nI have a lump in the left breast from me giving birth to my first ankle since I was 1 month old, and now my ankle is 21 months old to be precise, until now the lump is still there r r r r nwhen I checked in The surgeon had to be operated on but had to wait for us to finish Asi, well now I am not breastfeeding my ankle, r n this is about 1 month, can this lump be operated on or can it disappear by myself r nand is there any danger ? r nthank you
From the information you have conveyed, complaints of lumps in the breasts, possibly caused by benign breast tumors. This is confirmed by the results of your surgeon's examination, where the surgeon plans surgery after you have completed breastfeeding.
If the size of this benign tumor is not large or no more than 3-5 cm, it can be observed periodically every 6 months for the next 2 years. If the size of the tumor is increasing, it is necessary to plan to take the tumor. If there is an aesthetic indication or space pressure on the surrounding tissue, surgery can also be considered.
And if a benign tumor has a risk of malignancy, the doctor can take action and also examine the tumor tissue.
If the size of this tumor is reduced, surgery is not required, but it still requires evaluation according to your doctor's plan.
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