Saturday, April 8, 2017

Breast Pain - Deal With It Naturally

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Breast Pain (mastalgia) is one of the common medical complaints among women. A large number of women experience this at some stage in their lives even though the gravity varies from person to person. It often triggers the fear of cancer. So, it is very much essential for you to understand the following facts about this medical condition.

Mastalgia is of two types; cyclical and noncyclical. The cyclical pain occurs during your menstrual cycles because of the changes in the levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones. It can start a few days before the menstruation and ends when the cycle is over. This may last for years, but normally ends after your menopause.

The non-cyclical one is not related to your menstrual cycle. It is mostly felt in a specific area. This can be the result of a biopsy, but mostly not a sign of cancer. There is another type called costochondritis, which does not occur in your mammaries; but feels so. The reason can be aging or poor posture.

One cause of pain in one breast may be because of a possible breast infection. In this case the condition is referred to as mastitis. Mastitis is a condition that occurs when the skin of the breasts becomes damaged. Damaged skin will allow bacterial, viral and fungal microbes to gain access to vulnerable breast tissue. As a result the fat contained inside the breasts can become infected.

A breast infection may lead to potential swelling and inflammation that will press against other tissues inside of your breast. When this happens you will notice pain and discomfort. The majority of breast infections are said to be caused by bacteria. A breast infection is easily treatable through antibiotic therapy. A woman could also try over the counter medications in order to control symptoms such as inflammation.

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting women. In the US, about 180,000 women develop it each year. The disease can also occur in men, although cancer of the male breast accounts for less than 1 in 100 cases. The risk of it increases with age, doubling every 10 years.

The disease is most commonly diagnosed in women over age 50. Very few women under age 30 develop it. Despite the rise in incidence, there has been a small drop in the number of deaths in the recent years and only about one-fifth of cases prove fatal. This reduction is due to improvements in treatment and the increased use of mammography for screening, which means that tumors can be detected early, when they often respond well to treatment.

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