Lumps Near The Nipples That Do Not Hurt But Move When Held?
Hello. I want to ask, my mother is in her 50s and in my mother’s breast there is a lump near the nipple. no pain or pain, but it moves when held and is rather large. What is that lump about?
To ascertain the cause of a lump in the breast, a physical examination and history taking are needed directly with the doctor to assess the shape, size, texture, mobility, and complaints as well as the patient's medical history. In general, lumps in the breast can be caused by several conditions, including:
Fibrocystic / fibroadenosis changes
The cause of a lump in the breast should be ascertained immediately the cause. Therefore, I suggest that your mother see a surgeon directly so that further examinations can be performed with breast ultrasound, mammography, and biopsy if necessary to determine the cause of the lump. After the cause of the lump is confirmed, your mother can be given more appropriate treatment and treatment according to your mother's condition.
Meanwhile, your mother should not squeeze or massage the lump and use a more comfortable bra.
Hope it helps you,