Breast cysts, symptoms and treatment

Familiarity with Breast or Breast Cyst
Breast cysts are full of fluid in the breast that are usually benign and not cancerous. There may be one or more breast cysts in one breast. Breast cysts are usually like a grape or in the form of a small ball full of water, but sometimes a firm and firm cyst is felt under the skin.

Breast cysts do not require treatment unless a large cysts are painful or uncomfortable. In this case, the discharge of the cyst of the breast of the breast can reduce its pain.

Symptoms of Breast Cyst
Signs and symptoms of a breast cyst include:

A round or elliptical solid mass with distinct edges (usually benign)
Nipple secretions that may be yellow, brownish, or dark brown.
Chest pain or tenderness in the breast region
Increasing breast size and chest sensitivity right before the menstrual period

Types of Breast Cysts
Small cysts: The size of these cysts is less than 1 centimeter.
Large cysts: The size of this cyst is about 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 centimeters).
Large breast cysts cause pressure on the tissues adjacent to the breast and are very painful. Especially before menstruation

Ways to diagnose breast cysts
1. Breast examination
The physician examines the breast physically and controls other breast disorders. If you suspect a chest cyst, prescribe ultrasound.

2- Accurate needle aspiration needle aspiration
After performing an ultrasound examination, a diagnostic breast mammogram will be prescribed if appropriate. Cancerous cysts that are very rude have a hard and firm appearance that can not move in the chest. Based on clinical breast examinations and imaging tests, you may need precise needle aspiration or breast biopsy.


During a needle aspiration, a physician inserts a thinner needle into the chest and tries to drain the fluid in the cyst. Often, accurate needle aspiration is performed using ultrasound to detect the exact position of the needle.

Sometimes these liquids are sent to the laboratory to help the doctor diagnose cancer cyst.

If the fluid is inside the bloodstream, you do not need to have another test or treatment.
If the fluid is cystic blood, he will surely send this sample to the laboratory and with the help of a specialist radiologist, the imaging will be performed and who will be re-examined.
If the fluid is not removed from the cyst, the prophylaxis is likely to recommend a mammography or ultrasound imaging test. This indicates that the lobe of the breast or part of it is solid and an example of it will be sent to the laboratory for cancer diagnosis.

Treating Breast Cysts
There is no specific cure for breast cysts, or the cyst itself is destroyed or enlarged, in which case its water should be drained. Some doctors recommend treatments to prevent cyst from growing and losing. These treatments include:

1- Hormone Therapy
Using contraceptives (oral contraceptives) to regulate your menstrual cycle may help reduce the recurrence of breast cysts. However, due to possible significant side effects, birth control pills or other hormonal medications such as tamoxifen are usually recommended in women with severe symptoms. Post-menopausal hormone therapy may help prevent breast cysts.

2- Eating vitamin E
An oral dose is prescribed for those who have ovarian cysts.

3. Surgery
Surgery to eliminate chest cysts is only necessary in unusual conditions. Surgery may occur in the aftermath of a mild abdominal cyst in the month following the moon, or if the chest cyst contains a bleeding fluid or other disturbing symptoms.


4. Lifestyle and home and traditional treatments
Use a suitable and loose breast brasse that does not hurt your breasts.
Compressed hot water or cold water
Avoiding Caffeine There is, of course, no definitive evidence that caffeine is dangerous for ovarian cysts.
Other anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen or naproxen
Traditional and herbal treatments for breast cysts
1. Primo Oil
Olive oil or oily oil containing fatty acid to linoleic acid can reduce chest pain and menstrual pain. This oil also has a lot of effect on the treatment of facial wounds, skin irritation and hair loss.

2- Cotton seeds
Flax seed oil is great for treating chest cysts. It has been seen that in a few months, the use of breast cyst improves or gets smaller.

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