The Cause Of The Appearance Of A Lump In The Breast That Is Reddish?
Hello, I have a lump in my breast, the surgeon has examined it, ultrasound u0026amp; biopsy, the doctor stated that no malignant cells were found, then the surgeon gave antibiotics for 2 weeks, but it did not decrease, and the doctor decided to do a biopsy sample to know the cause .. But because my family’s condition postponed it … waiting for the operation, I tried to take herbs and consume vegetables and fruit..but it still hurts .. And now it’s flushed, but there are parts that used to be soft and stick out, is it because I’m menstruating? Or why .. Thank you
Hello Winseli, Thank you for the question.
Do you know based on the examination whether the doctor stated that no malignant cells were found? Have you had a biopsy (examination of tissue samples in the laboratory) or not?
Lumps in the breast can be caused by a variety of health conditions, ranging from benign to malignant. Some of the causes of breast lumps are:
fibroadenoma mammae, which is a benign lump in the breast that is generally experienced by women of reproductive age. fibrocystic mammae breast cyst mastitis, which is an infection of the breast, breast abscess, fat necrosis, breast cancer. , and a biopsy. A biopsy is a simple surgical procedure that takes a tissue sample for examination in a laboratory. From this examination it will be known for sure whether the lump you are experiencing is caused by a benign or malignant lump (breast cancer).
If the doctor gives you antibiotics, the doctor thinks that the lump is caused by an infection. But you should reconfirm the diagnosis of the doctor who examined you. Likewise, to ensure the change in the lump you are experiencing (it becomes red and tender), further examination is needed. The menstrual cycle usually affects the size of the lump and the presence / absence of pain in the lump.
Please discuss it again with the surgeon who treats you. Alternative treatments with herbal medicines have not been proven to be able to treat breast lumps.
Hope this information is helpful.