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breast cancer

 

BREAST CYSTS 

  • Many women of fertile age have breast cysts, but do breast cysts go away?
  • Breast cysts are a type of noncancerous lump in the breast, but do breast cysts go away?

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Do breast cysts disappear?

Before answering the question, do breast cysts disappear? We have to know what breast cysts are, as they are non-cancerous solid cysts filled with liquid, and they are bags with smooth and movable edges, and these cysts may appear as a result of fibrocystic breast disease.

And now we move to the answer to the question of breast cysts, do they disappear? The answer is yes, breast cysts may disappear, but not in all cases. Breast cysts begin to appear in the twenties or thirties of a woman's age, to continue in some women beyond the age of menopause, but in some cases breast cysts disappear after the menopause.


What are the symptoms of breast cysts?

Symptoms of breast cysts intensify before the start of the menstrual bleeding days, and these symptoms include:

  1. Feeling of lumps in the breast.
  2. The size of the blocks changes on different days of the cycle.
  3. Discharge of different colors such as yellow or brown from the nipples
  4. The bags move when pressed
  5. Feeling of pain or heaviness in the breast.

Do breast cysts increase the risk of cancer?

Breast cysts do not increase the risk of breast cancer, but they may make it more difficult to diagnose breast cancer if a cancerous mass appears, because there are many masses represented by breast cysts, and here lies the importance of both doing a self-examination at home and a periodic examination at the doctor, And knowing the changes that affect the breast during the days of the menstrual cycle

A difference in the size of breast cysts may appear during the different days of the menstrual cycle, as during the days of menstrual bleeding, the size of these bags increases due to fluid retention in the breast and the enlargement of the size of the milk ducts and breast tissue, and after the end of the menstrual bleeding days, the breast returns to its normal size, which may cause a return The cysts return to their normal size, which causes a feeling of their temporary disappearance.

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How can breast cysts be treated?

After answering the question, do breast cysts hurt or disappear? We must know that although breast cysts disappear in some cases, the absence of cysts and the persistence of severe pain may require treatment, and the doctor is the only person authorized to choose the correct treatment method, and home remedies and medical treatment methods can be used, as follows:

1/ Home methods for treating breast cysts

There are many home methods through which breast cysts can be treated, and we mention them:

  •  Avoid foods and drinks that contain caffeine.
  •  Apply cold or warm compresses to the breast.
  •  Do relaxation exercises, such as: Tai Chi.
  •  Use of nutritional supplements that contain evening primrose oil.   

2/ Medical methods for treating breast cysts

There are some medical methods that can help treat breast cysts, and these medical methods include:

  •           The use of various analgesics, such as: Paracetamol.
  •      Take birth control pills that contain progesterone.
  •      The fluid in the bags is withdrawn using a thin needle
  •      Resection of the cysts entirely through surgery.

When should you visit a doctor?

Although breast cysts are not dangerous, you should see a doctor as soon as some symptoms appear, such as:

  • An increase in the size of a lump previously diagnosed with a breast cyst.
  • Continuing to feel the symptoms of breast cysts after the end of the menstrual bleeding days
  • Clear or bloody discharge from the nipple.
  • New lumps appearing in the breast
  • Redness of the skin around the lump.
  • Pain persists or increases in some areas of the breast.


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