Mastopathy

Mastopathy

The tissues of the mammary gland react sensitively to the “hormonal swings”. which are started in the body of a woman with the onset of puberty and stop after a while after menopause. These swings in turn experience significant influence from a variety of external and internal risk factors. among which in the first place should be mentioned infectious diseases, emotional overload, a decrease in the birth rate, lack of breastfeeding, abortion, alcohol abuse, smoking, fashion for sunburn and travel to hot countries.

As a result, today a rare woman does not have initial clinical signs of mastopathy. Complicated current of mastopathy today increasingly ends with puncture of cysts or even removal of the affected sector of the breast. Therefore, each.

a woman should know the signs of mastopathy and the possibilities of her treatment and prevention.

The first clinical signs of mastopathy are stress and painful sensations (mastalgia) in the mammary glands for some time before menstruation. They are related, in particular, to fluid retention caused by.

hormone progesterone.

the amount of which in the blood of a woman increases just in this period. Some experts consider such symptoms a variant of the norm, but objective studies (palpation, ultrasound, mammography) at this stage can already reveal diffuse changes in the tissues of the breast. Under the influence of one or several risk factors, the pain can become constant and intense, and the cysts grow to noticeable seals; often there are discharge from the nipple. That is, the initial signs of mastopathy can take a persistent character with the formation.

fibrocystic mastopathy.

Therefore, for the success of treatment, it is very important to detect changes at an early stage of the diffuse process. Sometimes this can be achieved with the help of plant collections and teas, homeopathic, iodine, immunomodulating, antioxidant drugs, psychotherapy, rejection of bad habits, special diet. In certain situations resort to the appointment of hormone therapy.

Currently there is no doubt the need for annual scheduled visits to a mammalian, gynecologist or surgeon to monitor the condition of the breast. And if there are any alarming signs of trouble in the mammary gland – increased pain, swelling, seals, any.

discharge from the nipple (purulent, clear, colostrum, bloody) is an occasion for an emergency unscheduled visit to the doctor and additional in-depth examination.

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