Fibrocystic breast disease

What is Fibrocystic breast disease?

About 40 to 50% of women who is in their reproductive age can develop fibrocystic breast disease. The women typically develops a painful lump due to hormonal fluctuations during her menstrual cycle. This condition is non-cancerous. Hope this helps.

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I have severe soreness in my breasts, and what feel like cysts. I've been on orthotricyclen for 5.5 weeks now, and bled last on October 2nd for...

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