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Will cysts in the breast cause problems during pregnancy ?

Hi I am age of 27 years. When I was 18, there were three little big cysts in my breast along with 2 very very small cysts. When I consulted doctor , she asked me to remove through surgery and we got it removed and send the same to laboratory for testing and found they are non-cancerous. Later she asked me to use some medicines to melt the very small ones. One got melted other one is still there as I did not take the medicines properly. Now I got married 8 months ago and thinking to plan for kids in next two months. So wil it create any problmes during my pregnancy . I am so much tensed about all these..? does it cause any problems to get pregnancy ? I am so worried .could you please help me..also am using BCP right now ? Please help me.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Oct 2011
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Thanks for query,
There is no problem if you get pregnancy.
There wont be any problem breastfeeding in the future.
But to be on safe side go for Mammography for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 22 Oct 2011
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