Medical FAQs

What are the kinds of breast diseases?

Breast diseases include congenital or genetic defects, acquired defects or hereditary diseases: for example, incomplete breast development, breast/nipple size differential, additional breast and breast fibrosis affecting shape. And all of this is for plastic surgeons to consult and can be repaired and treated with success and very satisfactory results. Acquired diseases include microbial, non-microbial, benign and malignant...

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When should a lady visit the breast clinic?

Nipple excretion, mother in breast, lumps, change in shape or color of breast, family history causing concern to the patient.

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What kind of nipple secretions? And how are they treated?

First, nipple excretions may be of one or two nipples, persistent or intermittent. And it can be accompanied by pain. - It’s either spontaneous or just when you squeeze the nipple. It could be any number of things. Light, dark, green or brown. It may be accompanied by blood anyway. Sound waves for all ages. Mammogram, with sound waves above the age of 35, can't take a swab of secretions, but it's a lot to ask for! We note here that we pay...

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What causes breast pain?

Breast pain is common to many women before menopause, and at some point more than half of the ladies get it. There are two main types: 1_Pain associated with the period, 2_- Pain not associated with the period.

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What causes breast pain associated with menstruation?

The pain associated with the period often begins a week before the period and then gets better, and the woman may experience warm breast pain with swelling. Changes in monthly hormones can make breast tissue sensitive. It could affect one or both breasts and it could extend to the armpits. Its causes are certainly not known, but it is believed that the lack of fatty acid called gamulinik in a woman's body is one of the reasons, or that women...

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What are the causes of unmenstrual breast pain?

Unrelated aches: either from the breast itself, from muscles or from the ribs behind the breast. Some of the causes of this type include illnesses or tumors or benign cysts in the breast. Rheumatoid inflammation or previous injury or accident. If it's repeated, madame should consult the breast surgeon to make sure there's nothing to be disturbed about. And that's his treatment, like before, plus painkillers. And anti-inflammatory such as...

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How serious is the family history of tumors?

You should know that. They have a family history. When considering family history, consideration should be given to: degree of kinship; age of relative when tumor occurs; number of relatives affected. A first-degree relative less than 40 years old is considered to have a stronger history than a first-degree relative at a young age that considers more than 3 relatives to have a first or second degree that a mother or sister above 40 years does...

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What explains the presence of mass-breast tumor and how are they handled?

Most of the tumors experienced by women prove benign, but one can't say for sure without consulting a specialist surgeon. Ma 'am, no breast mass should be ignored if it lasts more than two weeks. Every woman has to know the nature of her breasts to know about any recent changes. Each age stage has characteristics that are mostly benign in younger age and more likely to be malignant as age progresses. Sound waves of all ages with mammograms above...

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What are benign breast tumors?

Benign breast tumors are a range of noxious ones but need to be carefully diagnosed to make sure they are benign and not malignant. Benign tumor treatment is to make sure that it is not malignant, what happens after varies according to the patient's age, desire and surgeon's recommendations. It should be noted that benign tumors don't turn into malignant tumors at...

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What's a fibroid?

What's a fibroid? A fibroid tumor almost affects every woman after puberty. Ages 15 and 30. Every woman may not feel it according to the patient's size and fibroid size. Natural history shows that tumors disappear over time before they reach the age of 30 and if they do not do so at 30 years, they do not, and a certain amount is usually detected in radiation for other reasons. Called a mouse because it's easily moved inside a breast. It's...

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