What medicine should be used and where it is particularly serious. What to do everywhere.
Hello, gallbladder polyps and hysteromyomas are small and benign lesions, which will not cause discomfort symptoms. There is no need for special treatment. Just observe them regularly. Breast hyperplasia is a very common benign breast disease. If there are no obvious discomfort symptoms such as breast swelling and pain, or slight swelling and pain before menstruation, and the symptoms such as swelling and pain obviously reduce or disappear with the end of menstruation, there is no need for special treatment. If the discomfort symptoms such as breast swelling and pain are obvious, it is recommended to give symptomatic treatment under the guidance of professional doctors and in combination with personal specific conditions. In addition, breast nodules tend to be benign nodules and do not need treatment for the time being, Follow up observation is recommended. If the nodule is significantly enlarged or malignant signs appear during the observation, surgical resection should be carried out in time. Hashimoto's disease of thyroid gland is a chronic autoimmune thyroid inflammation. It is recommended to have a thyroid function test. The doctor will comprehensively analyze the relevant test results and choose the appropriate treatment scheme.
Gallbladder polyps are mostly benign. At present, polyps are only 0.4cm. Polyps of this size do not need to be treated. They are rechecked once a year to observe the change of polyp size. In addition, from the description, the nodules of the breast are also likely to be benign. Regular review of breast ultrasound can be done.
Hello, these problems are not particularly serious. Hysteromyoma doesn't need special treatment. Just review regularly to see if there is any change. Then thyroid nodules and Hashimoto thyroiditis generally need medication. Then there are some other problems that don't need special treatment. Breast nodules also need regular review. It's okay