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Remedies For Mother1s Breasts Engorged
Breasts engorged: Breasts are swollen and firm due to breast milk excess. This often happens when milk production exceeds amount of milk baby is taking. Engorgement also occurs when "milk comes in" switching from colostrum to mature milk several days after birth. ...Read more
Clogged duct: Take a warm shower, then massage breast where clog is toward the nipple. Continue to nurse. If possible try to rotate baby's position so the nose is toward the clog. Call your doctor if fever. If getting them often, avoid tight or underwire bra and don't skip feeds. If pumping and getting often, increase the diameter of the phalange. It can take a couple days to get clog out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: The milk duct becomes swollen and milk can't pass. You can still breast feed however. ...Read more
Few days: If you are breast feeding and you have experienced lumpy tender breast/breasts as you are learning to breast feed, you may have mild engorgement. If you have pain and fever call your OB about need for medication. If no fever, try pumping breasts for 3-5 minutes before breast feeding to get milk flowing and unclog ducts. Usually 2 or 3 days of this before feeds will resolve problem. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my left breast. it also itches something fierce. could it be a clogged milk duct or maybe an infection of some kind?
Breastfeeding?: It sounds as if you are breastfeeding? If so a clogged duct can present as a tender red area of the breast. The itchiness also concerns me for a yeast infection, especially if the nipple is involved. Try a warm compress on any red area tonight, be sure the baby is draining the area by compressing the milk ducts in that area. See your physician if this is not better in 24 hours, may need yeast rx ...Read more
I have a lump in my breast that my obgyn said could possibly be a clogged milk duct but I've done everything possible to unclog it and it's still ther?
Get is checked furth: Further check up is advised. You may benefit from a second opinion. How large is this lump and for how long have you had it? If it is growing in size, then it needs to be further evaluated to make sure that it is not cancerous(uncommon in your age group, but not impossible). A Mammogram may be useful to further define its nature and monitor its size over the next 6 months to one year. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get a DR check: Also called " gynecomastia" is more common than most people realize. Men who are overweight, genetic factors, endocrine factors are only a few reasons. See a doctor who knows how to treat this. Call their office and ask before you set up the appointment. Not all doctors treat this or know how to do a through workup. ...Read more
Mis-matched: yes the larger breast can be reduced, or the smaller one made larger. If they are also different shapes then skin was be removed to match the two breasts. remember if they were no perfect to begin with they will be better after surgery but a perfect match doesn't exist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Physician Review: Palpable nodes in the breast may or may not be lymph nodes. Any palpable nodule in the breast should be reviewed by a physician who is experienced in breast review; surgeon, OB gyn, pcp. The provider should have access to high resolution ultrasound for an in depth review of the palpable area. Treatment options range from conservative observation to surgical excision, biopsy. Seek physician review. ...Read more
Depends: This should be discussed with your doctor. Sometimes a breast lump needs to be removed, depending on the level of concern for breast cancer or if the lump is painful, possible abscess, possible cyst... Sometimes a breast lump is not removed. It all depends on symptoms and the level of suspicion regarding cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blister: keep it clean and covered do not pop it if it gets worse or more blisters form see a doctor ...Read more
Multimodal Rx: The primary treatment for most breast cancers is surgery, either mastectomy or lumpectomy; if one chooses lumpectomy, they will also require radiation therapy. Depending on the stage of the cancer, chemotherapy may be indicated. This may be given as a pill and/or IV medication, depending on tumor-specific factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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