Lumps In The Lower Breast Accompanied By Pain In Nursing Mothers?
Hello, I want to ask that my breasts sometimes hurt, then at the bottom of the breasts there are like small lumps in my breasts. I gave birth and my breast milk was a little. Is the influence of my breastfeeding is there another disease? I have to see what doctor? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience can occur due to various possibilities, including:
Mastitis or inflammation of the breast Lipoma or growth of fat tissue Fibroadenoma Skin tissue infection Cysts or fluid-filled sacs And other possibilities may depend on the results of the examination. This may indeed have something to do with the state of you who are breastfeeding, because the milk ducts can sometimes be blocked and trigger inflammation in the breast, but it could also have nothing to do. Therefore you should first check your condition, especially to the surgeon. The surgeon will find out the possibility of his condition through digging history, physical examination and support, such as a mammogram, which is a kind of x-ray for the breast to see if there really is a lump behind the lining of your breast. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. Even though the doctor is a surgeon, you will not always be planned for surgery, so you don't need to worry.
In the meantime, you can try to reduce the pain by warmly compressing your breasts, and still pumping out your milk even if your baby doesn't want to breastfeed. This is important to prevent breast milk from accumulating in the breast and clogging which then triggers pain. So, hopefully answering your question.