Overcoming Breast Tumors To Be Completely Cured?
want to ask .. my sister aged 20 years old has a tumor in her right breast .. ?? It has been operated 2 days ago as big as a thumb of the hand .. Can not get it from the lab the tumor is malignant, or isn’t it … ?? r nWhat should be done to make a full recovery … ???
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Lumps in the breast can be caused by various things, including:
Cyst or sac filled with fluid
Lipoma or abnormal growth of fatty tissue
In which all these possibilities can be handled differently depending on the diagnosis, and the diagnosis can only be completely confirmed after there is further examination information from the laboratory. So that regarding your question, we cannot definitely answer your question. Because in some cases, after the operation he has indeed recovered completely, but his condition can recur at a later date which is a different condition from what had happened before, it does not mean that there is a residue of his past condition. There is also a situation where in fact it is a malignancy that has spread, and that was taken yesterday was only a small part, so to be able to completely cure it, chemotherapy must be done several times. The point is, to be able to find out the condition of your brother, the information from the laboratory must come out first, and you can later consult with the doctor who treats your sister regarding these results.
Meanwhile, what we can recommend is to increase the consumption of protein to speed up the wound healing process, namely by consuming eggs, milk, yogurt, tempeh, tofu, seafood, cheese, meat and chicken breast. In addition, routine scar control until it has been declared safe by the treating doctor, and avoid lifting heavy weights. I hope your little brother gets well soon.