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Ladies ..., don't put earrings on your breasts ... because this is the risk

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Saturday, May 04, 2019 | Saturday, May 04, 2019

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Breast is a gland consisting of fat tissue, fibrous gland, and connective tissue. The connective tissue separates the breast from the chest wall muscles, pectoralis muscle and one hundred anterior muscles.

The breast is located in the superficial fascia which covers the anterior wall of the chest and extends from the lateral edge of the stern to the axillary line of the media, then the lateral edge of the breast extends to the lower edge of the pectoralis major musculus and into the axilla. In young adult women the breast is located above the costa.

In general the breasts are divided into the body, the areola and the nipple. The corpus is the enlarged part. Inside are alveoli (Producing ASI), lobules and lobes.

While the Areola is a part that is browned or blackish around the nipple. However, for these breasts do not be underestimated, it can  have negative consequences such as the appearance of breast abscess if not maintained health.

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Get to know breast abscesses...

Abscess Breasts are lumps that form in the breast due to the gathering of pus and pain.

Most breast abscesses appear just below the skin layer. Breast abscess is generally experienced by women aged 18 to 50 years, especially by mothers who are breastfeeding.

Often breast abscesses can also appear as a complication of mastitis. Nursing mothers who suffer from breast abscesses are advised to continue breastfeeding their babies.

Medical professionals or doctors, may recommend using a breast pump to remove breast milk from the breast affected by breast abscess.

Beginning of breast abscess...

Signs of a lump in the case of a breast abscess can be identified by a regular pattern of edges and a smooth, cystic texture.

In addition to pain, the symptoms that also accompany breast abscess are:

1. High fever.
3. Redness.
4. The body feels unwell.
5. The lump feels hot.

Breast abscess is the usual cause associated with mastitis, which is an inflammation of the breast that is commonly found in nursing mothers...

Mastitis can cause the breast to swell and feel pain. The bacteria that can usually cause mastitis are Staphylococcus aureus, which enters the breast through small cuts or gaps in the nipple.

Infection can then occur when bacteria multiply uncontrollably. The immune system will send white blood cells to infected parts of the body to attack bacteria.

This white blood cell attack also results in the body's tissues that are infected with the bacteria dying, resulting in a small hollow bag. Pus that appears is a mixture of dead body tissue, white blood cells, and bacteria.

If the infection continues, then the abscess lump can get bigger and more painful. There are two types of breast abscesses, namely:

1. Breastfeeding abscess (Lactation).

- Formed on the edge of the breast, usually at the top.

2. Non-breastfeeding (Non-lactation) abscess.

- Usually it will appear around the areola (The dark part around the nipple) or the bottom of the breast.

Several factors that can increase a woman's risk of developing a breast abscess are smoking, having had mastitis, having diabetes, being infected with the HIV virus, installing earrings on the nipples, or undergoing treatment that suppresses the immune system.

To treat mastitis, medical professionals will generally prescribe antibiotics...

Most cases of breast abscess are triggered by mastitis, which is inflammation of the breast. To treat mastitis, most doctors or medical doctors will prescribe antibiotics.

If the inflammation has become an abscess, in addition to treatment with antibiotics, pus fluid will also be removed by injecting a needle into a lump guided by an ultrasound, or by making an incision to remove pus from the abscess (Incision and drainage). Thank You My Friend, I've read my article...

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