Treatment For Patients With Breast Hypoplasia?
If you want to check breast hypoplasia, you should see a specialist doctor. Surgical or obstetric?
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Need to be clarified, what kind of symptoms of breast hypoplasia are you referring to?
Breast hypoplasia (breast gland insufficiency) is a condition in which milk-producing gland cells in the breast are very few in number. This condition can make it difficult for women to breastfeed their babies because they are unable to produce adequate milk, despite good breastfeeding management. Women with breast hypoplasia often show the following symptoms:
The flat side that divides between the left and right breast is more than 4 cm
Asymmetrical breast size (smaller one of them)
Tubular breast shape, which is oval forward, not rounded
The areola (the black part around the nipples) is very large
There were no significant changes in the breast during pregnancy or breastfeeding compared to before
Not yet clear the exact cause of this condition. However, many experts believe that breast hypoplasia occurs due to genetic and hormonal factors (especially the hormone estrogen) which are influenced by the environment.
If you have signs of breast hypoplasia as mentioned above, you can consult your condition directly to your doctor or obstetrician so that it can be further evaluated and treated properly. If you are currently breastfeeding, your doctor can help provide several types of drugs to stimulate milk production (galaktagog), while also teaching you good breastfeeding management so that your baby can continue to get adequate milk as needed.
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