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This symptom, and the right way to prevent lumps in the breast

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

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The emergence of a lump in the breast makes a separate fear for a woman. A breast lump is another tissue that grows inside the breast. While for the texture of the lump, depending on the type itself.

But the question is, is there a solution or a way to inhibit the growth rate of lumps in this breast ...?.

For more information, let's identify the symptoms and how to prevent them:

Symptoms of a lump in the breast...

Breast lumps can vary in size and texture, depending on the type of lump. Some characteristics of lumps that can appear include:

- Lumps can appear single or multiple, in one or both breasts.

- The size of a lump can be less or more than 5 cm, but can grow bigger.

- Lumps can feel soft, supple, or dense.

- The shape of a lump can be round or oval, and can be moved.

- The lump enlarges before menstruation, and returns to its original size after menstruation is complete.


Then there are also other symptoms that can arise, including:

- Breasts feel hard.
- Changes in the shape of both breasts.
- Breasts swell.
- The nipple feels itchy or sensitive.
- The breasts feel hard and warm to the touch.
- fever.
- Limp.
- Nipples discharge which can look clear or cloudy.

Then immediately consult your doctor, if symptoms appear as follows :

- Lumps do not disappear after menstruation, or more than 4 or 6 weeks.

- A new lump appears.

- The lump is enlarged.

- Lumps are tightly packed and do not shift when moved.

- Nipples bleed.

- The skin of the breast is red, hardened, or wrinkled like an orange peel.

- Breasts bruise for no apparent reason.

- Nipples that enter into or are not normally positioned.

- A lump in the armpit appears.

How to Prevent Breast Lumps...

Most breast lumps cannot be prevented, because they occur due to hormonal changes that cannot be controlled.

However, it is very important for women to understand their breasts, making it easier to realize if there are changes in their organs.

One way that can be done to recognize the breast itself is to check the breast yourself. By checking your breasts yourself, you can detect lumps early.

Check your breasts yourself, done once a month, which is 7-10 days after the first day of menstruation, as for caranys as follows:

- Stand in front of a mirror, and observe if there are changes to the shape, size, color, and surface of the breast skin. Keep in mind, generally the shape of the right and left breast is indeed not symmetrical. Therefore, this is nothing to worry about.

- Lift both hands up, then bend your elbows and position your hands behind your head (Neck). Then, push your elbows forward and back while looking at the shape and size of the breast.

- Feel the breast using three fingers (Index, Middle, Sweet) that are pressed together. Then with gentle pressure, do a circular motion from the outside of the breast to the inside and touch the nipple. Focus and feel well to find out if there is thickening or lumps.

- When bathing, position your right hand behind your head. Then after being soaped, check the right breast with the left hand in a circular motion, from the nipple to the outside of the breast. Do the same steps in the left breast.

- When lying down, place your left hand under your head. Then, check the left breast with the right hand. Do the same thing on the right breast.

- Press both nipples and observe whether there is abnormal fluid coming out of the nipple.

In addition to examining your own breasts, another preventive step is clinical breast examinations, which are carried out by trained medical personnel.

Every woman is advised to undergo clinical breast examinations on a regular basis, this is to find a lump or other abnormal signs in the breast as early as possible.

Medical recommends that clinical breast examinations be carried out every 3 years for women aged 20-40 years, and once a year for women over the age of 40 years. Finally, if this information is useful for you, don't forget to share it with your friends and family ...

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