Suggest treatment for lump in the breast
Farther tests need to be done
Hello and thank you for asking Healthcaremagic.
I am Dr.Endri Katro and I will be answering at your questions.
To be able to tell what is the origin of this lump that you describe and to determine what need to be done,you need to do a few tests.
If i was your caring doctor i would do a physical exam at the lump and at your breasts.
-Also you need to do an ultrasound and if needed even a mammography. Depending from the results of these tests,your doctor will decide if you need to do a fine needle aspiration (biopsy) of the lump or not.
This lump might be a lipoma, a benign cyst, or even something more serious,but no one will be able to give the right diagnoses without these tests.
You should not worry right now. Consult your physician at first and than do the ultrasound/mammography. Your doctor will tell you if you need fine needle aspiration or not.
If you have any other question,don't hesitate to contact me.
Wish you good health.
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