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  • Fibrocystic Breasts

    Fibrocystic breast changes are a very common benign breast condition characterized by thickening, lumps and cysts (fluid-filled sacs) in the breast tissues. Fibrocystic breast changes are also called fibrocystic breast disease. This name is misleading because it is not a disease and women who have fibrocystic breast changes do not have “abnormal” breasts.

  • Fibrocystic Breasts

    Symptoms: • Breast lumps or areas of thickening that tend to blend into the surrounding breast tissue • Generalized breast pain or tenderness • Fluctuating size of breast lumps • Green or dark brown nonbloody nipple discharge that tends to leak without pressure or squeezing • Changes that occur in both breasts, rather than just one • Monthly increase in breast pain or lumpiness from midcycle (ovulation) to just before your period Treatments: Fine-needle aspiration and Surgical excision. • Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or prescription medication. • Oral contraceptives, which lower the levels of cycle-related hormones linked to fibrocystic breast changes. Fibrocystic breasts can be uncomfortable.

  • Fibrocystic Breasts

    Female breast cancer cases diagnosed in china (Hong Kong) has tripled from 1,152 in 1993 to 3,508 in 2012. On average, about 9 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. • The median age of breast cancer patients was 54 in Hong Kong (China), compared with the age of 61 in the US, 62 in Australia and 50 in Singapore. • Lifetime breast cancer risk for females is 1 in every 17. In 2012, 57% of the women diagnosed with breast cancer were aged 40-59. The older the age, the greater the risk. • Young people are not immune from the disease. The youngest case reported was below 20 years old.

 

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