What Should Be Surgery On The Breast?
Tonight, I am a housewife who is 47 years old, on April 13, I had a breast ultrasound and the results were as follows: mammae right; The hypical image of the edge perpendicular limit is relatively regular, measuring 3.8 × 2.7 × 3.8 mm in the direction of 10-11lk 2cm from the nipple. mass of the right breast, suggestive of benign (Birads 2). u0026amp; Left breast mass, ec probably benign (BIRADS 3). My questions: Why does pain in the left breast often occur and what should be operated on and what foods should be avoided. Doctor’s opinion.
Lumps in the breasts are often a scourge for women because of concerns about the possibility of malignancy. However, not all lumps in the breast are malignant, most of them are benign, even though they cause pain. It is important to understand that the pain caused by a lump in the breast mostly comes from pushing the lump against the surrounding tissue. As for your case, the results of the investigation, namely ultrasound, show that the impression of the lump is benign or in layman's language it means benign. However, the USG examination cannot be held 100 percent because the results of the examination depend on the shrewdness of the operator who uses USG. A lump can be defined as benign or malignant if it has gone through a tissue biopsy examination, where a sample of the lump is taken to be examined under a microscope. We recommend that you reconfirm your condition thoroughly to your doctor, including the necessary actions. Benign lumps are usually treated through minor surgery. Regarding food itself, it is good if you start cutting off fast food and foods with preservatives and flavorings. Here we attach an article about breast lumps. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief