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Diagnosed with lumps in breasts. On medicines. Experiencing heaviness, pain. Cancer?

hi doc, i am 22 years old,i am an actress ,litle hectic life n improper diet month back i got complete chekup done n dioganised that i have two lumps in my right breast and one in left.....doc prescribed evion 400mg and primosa500mg...i am taking them regularly,but some times i feel heavyness and pain in my breast.i am really teansed ds cancerious or normal?plz help me
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
From your history and keeping your age in mind, it can be said that you are suffering from benign breast disease. Do not worry. The condition is totally reversible and treatable.
Continue the treatment.
But consult with your treating doctor for ordering a Fine Needle aspiration cytology from the lumps, after a mammography. This FNAC will show what is the diagnosis. If required, a core needle biopsy can also be done.
Answered: Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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