The Cause Of The Former Breast Lump Becomes Hard?

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, about 1 and a half months ago I had a FAM operation on February 1, 2018, and there were 3 lumps 1 as large as a quail egg, the second one was as big as a baby’s little finger, then the third one was small like lizard droppings. After 1 week of OP, a hematoma occurred, then thick black blood was suctioned like agar2, after the 4th control on February 22, the doctor said it was good. But now, how come I feel a hardened ad in the area where there is a lump the size of a quail egg? Is it FAM or the rest of the blood clotting hematoma that is still in the healing process, right? thanks

1 Answer:

Hi Nur,

Thank you for the question. Based on the story you tell, these breast lumps can be caused by:

Fibroadenoma mammary (FAM) newly formed connective tissue after breast cyst surgery. Breast abscess, which is a collection of pus in the breast tissue that is formed due to infection. Hematoma or bleeding under the skin will usually appear bluish, purplish, or blackish. To determine the cause of this lump, of course, requires a doctor's examination. You should return to the oncology specialist who treats you so that the doctor can examine the lump you mean. Your doctor may need to do another ultrasound to look for the cause. From this examination, the doctor will advise you on further treatment.

Hope this information is useful.

Dr. Aloisia

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