Lumps In The Breast Felt Solid, Moveable And Not Sick?
I want to ask. In the area of my right breast, inside there is a solid lump, small size, can move if held and does not hurt. What’s that bump? Is it dangerous ??
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A breast lump is another tissue that grows inside the breast. The texture of the lump depends on the type. For example, there are lumps that are felt solid, or filled with fluid. Although most breast lumps are benign (non-cancerous), they can also be a sign of breast cancer. Therefore, it is very important to get checked immediately, if you notice a lump growing in the breast.
Breast lumps can have the following characters:
Dense lumps that do not move like dried fruit Lumps the size of soft grapes filled with liquid and can move Small lumps as large as peas have several causes for lumps in the breast between:
fibroadenoma: one of the most common benign tumors in women. The characteristics of this lump is that it can be moved or moved around. When pressed, the lump will feel solid or solid, round or oval and chewy. Unlike other conditions, lumps that occur due to this condition do not cause pain when pressed. cysts: breast lumps due to cysts are generally fluid-filled sacs. Cysts can also enlarge and become soft when approaching menstruation. Lumps of breast cysts are usually round or oval, and are easily moved or moved when touched. Even so, cystic lumps and other solid lumps will be difficult to distinguish. Therefore, further tests are needed to get an accurate diagnosis. intraductal papilloma: intraductal papilloma can be felt in the form of a large enough lump located close to the nipple, or it can also be in the form of several small lumps located far from the nipple. From this tumor lump around between 1-2 centimeters. These tumors are formed from glands, fibrosis cells, and blood vessels. lipoma: lump of fat that grows slowly under the skin. These lumps can grow in any part of the body such as the neck, shoulders, back, stomach, including breasts. Lipomas are benign and harmless, but can be removed if they are large enough and are bothersome. to ensure this needs to be done a direct examination by an oncologist, to kill the cause by going through interviews and physical examinations by looking at the lump feeling it and if necessary will do a blood check, mammography, ultrasound and biopsy. so the doctor can detect the cause and provide treatment properly with drugs or with surgery.
Most breast lumps cannot be prevented, because they occur due to hormonal changes that cannot be controlled. but you can do some of the following:
routinely do breast self-examination (BSE). BSE is best done every month on days 7-10 after the first menstruation. routinely carry out clinical breast examinations (SADANIS). SADANIS is a breast examination carried out by medical personnel. regular exercise of at least 30 minutes to maintain ideal body weight consumption of healthy and nutritious food, avoid stress, so the info I can give
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