This year's physical examination showed that there were more than one cyst and nodule in the breast. Very small. The doctor said there was no need for resection. Just check it regularly. But I want to ask, I'm only 30 years old. Do I have to go through the review every six months? Will it become cancerous after many years? Isn't there no possibility of malignant transformation after resection? Do you want to remove it or not? Am I waiting for it to grow up?
According to the trauma examination report provided by the patient at present, such nodules do not need surgical treatment and can be observed closely. The patient can recheck once a year. As long as there is no obvious increasing trend of nodules, no treatment is required under normal circumstances, and benign nodules of the breast can be observed.
Multiple nodules of breast fibrosis, if symptomatic. Pain and discomfort affect daily life. Then you can consider further surgical treatment and partial mastectomy. Pathological examination is also required. Local hospital treatment and follow-up. Regular review
Generally, hyperplastic nodules and cystic nodules are mainly reexamined once every six months to a year. If there are no local symptoms, there can be no treatment. If there is breast pain, you can take some drugs to promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis. For nodules with malignant tendency, surgical treatment can be considered.