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Treatments For Galactocele
Mild duct cyst: A galactocele represents a milk duct in the breast that is blocking the expression of milk. Because it is trapped, the continued secretion of milk into the duct results in swelling and formation of a "cyst" that is full of milk. Heated compresses and warm showers, with continued breastfeeding is advised. ...Read more
Galactocele: If you have been lactating all along and formed it somewhere in the course of lactation, then the answer is "yes" - you can. If you've not been lactating after the miscarriage, which what usually happens, I don't see how you could have created it and how it would have persisted until now. ...Read more
Why would a galactocele that was discovered (on u/s) while breastfeeding still be present 5 years later? Or is it something else? What should be done?
See your GYN: Nobody can diagnose a galactocele (vs something else) in a virtual short question format such as this. Make an appointment to follow up with gynecologist. Are they the one that ordered the US 5 years ago? They should have records to compare what they are seeing now with what was then and can order f/u testing if necessary. ...Read more
What happens if breast cyst is only galactocele, benign cyst, letter of offer I signed with new employer can be confirmed?
Yes, you are fine: A galactocele is a more technical term for a breast cyst. All breast cysts are raw, unformed, unrefined breast milk! Galact = milk, cele = sac -- so a breast cyst is a galactocele. They occur because a breast segment's drainage tube (duct) becomes temporarily or permanently blocked. The raw milk can't be processed and resorbed, and builds up. THERE IS NO CANCER RISK! Good luck! ...Read more
Lump in breast previously diagnosis as galactocele couldn't be found on mammogram or breast u/s. It is felt by me and dr. Stayed same size past 5 yrs. Do MRI?
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Piles = Hemorrhoids:
There are three steps to self treating hemorrhoids (blood clots in the rectal veins).
1. Soak: keep the area clean so that infection doesn't set in.
2. Soften your stool: keep from bearing down hard when having a bm so that the clot doesn't grow
3. And finally, steroids to shrink up the inflammation. ...Read more
Aluminum chloride: Antipersperants with aluminum chloride are good--need liquids or gels with higher concentration. The canadian hyperhidrosis advisory committee treatment guidelines recommends an aluminium chloride hexahydrate salicylic acid gel as initial treatment for underarm, hand or feet. Botox can be used under the arms. Oxybutinin (ditropan) is a pill. See http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/0072. ...Read more
Prescription not OTC: Any heavily advertised otc "natural" or "organic" pill to help men get firmer, last longer and/or grow larger has no basis in peer-reviewed published data. Oral options to treat ed include cialis, levitra, (vardenafil) staxyn, stendra & viagra. Alprostadil can be administered in two ways, intraurethral & intracavernosal (via injection). Vacuum pumps work, too. But as noted, you need to figure out cause first. ...Read more
MR Guided u/s tx: Exablate is mr-guided ultrasound treatment. A list of providers may be found at www. Insightec. Com. In california there are centers for fibroids and for cancer. The fibroid centers are at universities in sandiego and la and the bone metastases centers are at standford and the city of hope, and I hope you find this information to be useful. ...Read more
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