Mammary Gland Hyperplasia On The Medical Checkup Sheet, Do You Know?
“Hey …… I was found to have mastopexy during my medical checkup.”
“Me too, it seems that many people have eh.”
Many women are not unfamiliar with the result “mammary gland hyperplasia” shown on the medical report when they go for a mammogram. This is a relatively common breast disease with a high clinical incidence. What exactly is it, let’s learn more about it today.
What is mastocytosis?
Mastocytosis, also known as mammary adenopathy, cystic breast disease, and fibrocystic changes of the breast, is a common benign breast lesion that occurs in women between the ages of 30 and 50, and its cause is not yet clear. Mammary gland hyperplasia is neither a tumor nor an inflammatory disease, but a disorder in the hierarchical structure of the mammary glands caused by endocrine disorders in the female organism, and can be considered a normal physiological change.
Symptoms of breast enlargement
Breast lumps are the most common symptom of mastocytosis, which refers to the appearance of one or more lumps in the unilateral or bilateral breast. For most patients with breast enlargement, the lumps are sometimes painful to the touch. Of course, breast lumps often vary in size and shape.
For most patients with breast enlargement, most of the breast pain is at the breast lump, and the pain is often a swelling or tingling sensation in the breast, mostly on one side of the breast. In a very small number of patients with breast enlargement, the nipples may be overflowing with fluid, and the color may vary from bloody to yellowish-green or brown, or occasionally to colorless plasma. Many patients with mastocytosis also often have irregular menstruation, and some patients also exhibit increased pain before or during their periods.
Is mastocytosis caused by gas?
There is a lack of studies that show a direct relationship between mastocytosis and anger. Studies have reported that the secretion levels of estradiol and prolactin in the female body are too high, or the secretion levels of androgens and progesterone are not sufficient, and these hormonal disorders can lead to over-stimulation of the female breast tissue for a certain period of time.
Women are overloaded in their daily work and their brains are highly functional for a long time, which brings excessive pressure on their psychology and physiology, which can easily lead to endocrine disorders and eventually mastopexy.
Do you need to treat mastocytosis?
The current consensus in Western medicine on the treatment of mastocytosis is that for those with mild to moderate pain, psychological guidance and changes in lifestyle habits should be the main focus, and histopathological examination should be performed if necessary. Patients with severe breast pain can be treated with relevant medications.
Western medicine treatment for breast enlargement is mainly based on hormonal and surgical treatment, and hormone inhibitors, such as aromatase inhibitors, are mostly used clinically. However, these drugs are prone to significant side effects during clinical use. At present, these drugs are mostly used clinically in combination with traditional Chinese medicine compound preparations with similar efficacy to reduce toxic side effects.
For patients whose conservative medical treatment is not effective, surgical resection is often used in clinical practice. However, surgical treatment alone has certain limitations and generally has the possibility of recurrence. Clinical use of oral herbal medicine before and after surgery can reduce the size of the mass to a certain extent, reduce the risk and difficulty of surgery, and have significant therapeutic effect.