Video: ❶ Treatment Of Mastopathy
Mastopathy. This diagnosis is given to every second woman. This is a disease in which a pathological change in breast tissue occurs. It can be caused by various reasons, but one of the first reasons is an imbalance of sex and other hormones, but the predominant amount of estrogen is most pronounced. Mastopathy is not a precancerous disease, but women with mastopathy are at risk. Therefore, at the first signs of the disease, you should immediately consult a doctor and begin a course of long-term treatment. Location: Location:
The first signs of mastopathy are pain and engorgement of the mammary glands, the presence of seals on palpation. These symptoms may be permanent or appear before and after your period.
Diagnosis of mastopathy is ultrasound, palpation, mammography, cytological tests. But the research is not limited to just checking the breasts directly. The patient may be prescribed to take blood tests for hormones, check the thyroid gland, liver. Often, liver dysfunctions provoke the appearance of mastopathy due to the fact that the utilization of hormones is disrupted, and they literally poison the body.
Mastopathy is divided into two types - nodular and diffuse. In the presence of nodular mastopathy, when one or more large nodes are localized in the mammary gland, surgical treatment may be prescribed. With diffuse mastopathy, treatment is always outpatient and is aimed at eliminating the cause that caused the disease and at resolving the existing nodes.
If a liver disease is detected, then vitamins A, B, C, hepatoprotectors, choleretic agents are prescribed. If hormonal imbalance occurs, contraceptives or hormonal drugs such as danazol, progesterone, bromocriptine, antiestrogens, or estrogens may be prescribed, depending on the results of the examination. In the presence of pain, pain relievers can be recommended, for edema, diuretics. Also, the doctor recommends herbal remedies that promote the resorption of nodes and seals, such as the coniferous complex of pheocarpine or mastodinon.
The patient is assigned a special diet based on a balanced diet, eating foods rich in fiber, refusing coffee, strong tea, chocolate and products containing cocoa. Soothing preparations and medicinal herbs can also be recommended: horsetail, yarrow, St. John's wort, nettle, plantain, string.
Women with mastopathy should regularly visit a doctor and be re-examined. Treatment of mastopathy is very long-term, course and can be prescribed courses throughout life.