Planning A Pregnancy Program After Fibroadenoma Surgery?
Hello DoctorrnrnI am a 21 year old wife. Last week I did Operation FAM. Today I was able to remove the bandage because the doctor said I was getting better. after this my husband and I plan to follow the promil. My question is, is it safe to undergo promil after FAM surgery, because during promil there will usually be added fertilizers that increase hormones. Then will my FAM relapse and there is a possibility that it can turn into cancer if my hormones increase later?rnrnPlease explain Thank you doctor
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. FAM, or fibroadenoma mammary, is one of the most common types of benign protrusion in the breast. Although they shouldn't appear, these disorders are often harmless. Its characteristic is that the protrusion is round, springy, and can shift.
Until now, the exact cause of the emergence of FAM is still unknown, so it is also unknown whether there are things that increase the risk of FAM other than being female and being of reproductive age or as long as they are still menstruating.
Then regarding your question about FAM with hormones, it is true that FAM is strongly influenced by hormones, that's why FAM often occurs in women of reproductive age because at that time hormones played a very important role. So it is true that there is a possibility that your FAM will relapse. Then you should discuss your FAM history again with your obstetrician. However, for the change of FAM into cancer, the condition is very rare and almost never.
In addition, to make it easier for you to get pregnant, what you can do is eat nutrient-rich foods such as meat, fish, soy, peanuts, dairy products and vegetables, increase the rate of sexual intercourse, estimate the fertile period and exercise regularly. For more information, you can read by clicking the following link to our articles on Fertility Foods, Calculating Fertile Period, and How to Get Pregnant Fast. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa