Cure Fibroadenoma without Surgery
Fibroadenomas are benign breast tumors
that arise in young women. Histologic examination of these lesions
usually reveals lobular hyperplasia. Known risk factors for breast
cancer such as early age of menarche or nulliparity do not increase the
risk of fibroadenomas.
The diagnosis of fibroadenomas is based on the physical finding of a mobile, non-tender breast mass, that is slightly hypoechoic on ultrasonography and that has cell clusters in fine needle aspiration.
Fibroadenomas are believed to be under reported with an estimated incidence of 13% in women examined in a clinic. Additionally, fibroadenomas are encountered in approximately 50% of breast biopsies, especially in adolescent women.
The cause of fibroadenomas is not known. There may be a connection to a problem with genes.
Fibroadenoma is the most common benign tumor of the breast. It is the most common breast tumor in women under age 30.
A fibroadenoma is made up of breast gland tissue and tissue that helps support the breast gland tissue.
African American women tend to develop fibroadenomas more often and at an earlier age than Caucasian women.
Fibroadenomas are usually single lumps. Some women have several lumps that may affect both breasts.
Lumps may be any of the following:
Lumps have smooth, well-defined borders. They may grow in size, especially during pregnancy. Fibroadenomas often get smaller after menopause (if a woman is not taking hormone therapy).
After a physical exam, one or both of the following tests are usually done:
A biopsy may be done to get a definite diagnosis. Different types of biopsies include:
As benign growths, fibroadenomas are not always removed from the breast. Instead, the mass is left and carefully monitored for changes in shape and size. Homeopathic treatment can cure fibroadnoma without any surgery.
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