Breast Swelling

Breast swelling is very common symptom during premenstrual syndrome or PMS. The changes in the hormones make the ducts of the milk to become inflamed. Due to the enlargement of the breasts they tend to become tender and start to sag. Benign breast changes could also be the cause of inflammation of the breasts and medically this known as fibrocystic breast disease. 

The exact cause of fibrocystic breast disease is still being contemplated; however, many authorities claim that changes in the ovarian hormones are the cause of this disease and they could be right as the symptoms subside after menopause. However, nature has a cure for everything and there is an herbal treatment for breast swelling.

Any breast swelling, whether it is on one side or both, is likely to be a cause for concern as the worry of breast cancer is always on a woman’s mind. While it is absolutely necessary for all breast swellings or lumps to be evaluated by a doctor, in most cases they do turn out to be non-threatening in nature and can be treated effectively.

It is important to note that if you do discover one sided breast swelling, with or without any palpable lumps, it is advisable to consult with your doctor or gynecologist first before you jump to any conclusions or decide to ignore it. The reality is that both breasts are not exactly the same size or shape, but it is usually such a subtle difference that it cannot be easily noticed.[source]


Post a Comment