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Hi my girl, 7 this is the cause of a lump in your breast

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Monday, April 29, 2019 | Monday, April 29, 2019

A breast lump is another tissue that grows inside the breast. The texture of the lump depends on the type. For example, there is a lump that is felt solid, or filled with fluid.

Although most breast lumps are benign (Non-cancerous), but a lump can also be a sign of breast cancer.

Therefore, it is very important to get a checkup immediately, if you notice a lump that is growing in the breast, whether the breast lump includes a benign or non-cancerous tumor.

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Breast lumps and their causes...

The causes of breast lumps vary greatly, depending on the type of lump itself. The following will explain the types of breast lumps, along with each of the causes:

- Cyst

A cyst is a fluid-filled lump. Women can have one or more cysts in one or both breasts. Breast cysts are generally round or oval. Although generally soft, cysts are also sometimes palpable.

Cysts are formed due to accumulation of fluid in the breast glands. It is not yet known why this happens, but it is thought to be related to changes in female hormones in the menstrual cycle.

- Fibroadenoma

Fibroadenoma is a benign tumor in the breast that most often occurs in women in the age range of 20-30 years. Fibroadenomas are formed from breast tissue and connective tissue, and can occur in one or both breasts.

Fibroadenoma is divided into two types. The first type is simple fibroadenoma, which is not cancerous.

While the second type is complex fibroadenoma, which can increase the risk of breast cancer.

Until now, it was not known what caused fibroadenoma. However, this condition is thought to be related to the hormone estrogen, or the use of birth control pills before the age of 20 years.

- Fibrokistik Breast.

Fibrocystic breast is an abnormal growth of fibrous tissue, making it more prominent than fat tissue.

Fibrous tissue is a network of ligaments, which is a network that connects bones.

Fibrous tissue also forms scar tissue and connective tissue. This condition can occur in anyone, but usually affects women in the age range of 30-50 years.

Fibrocystic causes of the breast are not yet known, but are thought to be related to changes in the hormone estrogen in the menstrual cycle.

- Intraductal Papilloma

Intraductal papilloma is a benign tumor that forms in the duct, which is the channel that carries milk from the mammary glands (Lobules) to the nipples.

This tumor is formed from fibrous tissue, glands, and blood vessels. Intraductal papilloma is known to most often afflict women aged 35-55 years.

Intraductal papilloma can be a single tumor (Solitary intraductal papilloma). This type generally grows near the nipple, and is not cancerous. While papilloma which consists of many tumors (Multiple Papilloma) is more at risk of developing cancer.

Intraductal papilloma commonly occurs in women in the age range of 35-55 years. However, it is not known what causes and risk factors for this condition.


- Mastitis

Mastitis is inflammation of the breast tissue, which is sometimes accompanied by infection. These conditions can cause the formation of abscesses (A collection of pus) in the breast tissue.

In severe cases, mastitis will be fatal if not treated immediately. Although it generally affects nursing mothers, mastitis can also be experienced by women in general, even men. Mastitis is caused by bacteria that enters the skin layer, then infects the breast tissue.

In addition to bacterial infections, mastitis can also be caused by a blockage in the duct, the channel that carries breast milk from the breast gland to the nipple. Blockage will make the milk settle in the breast, then trigger inflammation which leads to infection.

- Lipoma

Lipoma is a fat lump that grows slowly under the skin. This lump can grow on any body part such as the neck, shoulders, back, abdomen, including the breasts.

Lipoma include benign and harmless tumors, but can be removed if the size is large enough and disturbing. It is not known exactly what causes lipoma.

However, this condition tends to occur in someone from a family who has a history of lipoma. Although it can be experienced by people of all ages, lipoma is more common in people aged 40-60 years.

- Fat Necrosis

Fat necrosis is damage to the fat glands in the breast, which usually results from injury. This condition can also occur after surgery or radiation therapy in the breast.

Necrosis can be caused by many factors, including side effects of radio therapy or surgical procedures. Some of the methods of breast surgery in question are lumpectomy, mastectomy, breast reconstruction, breast reduction, and breast biopsy.


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