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Treatments For Hypoplastic Breast
Yes: The most common technique is referred to as a mastopexy or breast lift. Sometimes implants are used to fill out the skin. Generally the breast skin is tightened by removing excess loose skin and re-shaping the breast. The usually results in small scars around the nipple, and sometimes on the underside of the breast depending on the amount of skin to be removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have tubular breasts, the appearance has affected my overall confidence and upsets me on a daily basis. What treatments are there in improving this?
Hormones and Gender: Hi i would really like to know more information. Are you asking about a man taking estrogen? Or testosterone? If this man is transgendered or has some gender dysphoria then a good and expert health care provider and a mental health specialist should be working together to make sure this gentleman is ready for transition. But, the growth of breast tissue can vary based on dose and other factors. ...Read more
Antibiotics: Antibiotics with warm compresses are most cost effective, but an abscess, almost by definition, is difficult for antibiotics to penetrate and kill the bacteria. Therefore, you're almost always going to have to have the abscess surgically treated. That may mean draining it with a needle, but often requires surgically cutting out the abscess wall. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very few: The only option that may actually reduce breast size other than surgery is weight loss. If you have not had success with significantly reducing the size of your breasts with weight loss, surgery may be tye best option. Consult a plastic surgeon for information about your options. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Over the counter med: Symptoms of fibrocystic breast changes include lumpy and tender breasts, swelling, itching and pain. Symptoms often occur in both breasts. Treatments include a supportive bra or sports bra. Dietary changes including decreasing fat and sugar intake. Some have improvement by decreasing caffeine and chocolate intake. Over the counter medications include tylenol, ibuprofen, magnesium. ...Read more
Chemotherapy: Triple negative implies the absence of estrogen and Progesterone receptors, as well as the absence of overexpression of the her-2 gene. Because of this, endocrine manipulation (tamoxifen, arimidex, etc. Doesn't work, nor does herceptin. In addition to surgery (and sometimes radiotherapy), most triple negative patients receive combination chemotherapy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Incredibly Effective: Typically, breast cancer is treated by a team of different cancer specialists. At first, the surgeon performs breast surgery. Later on, medical drugs (hormone drugs and chemotherapy) and/ or radiotherapy may be used. Other treatments include plastic surgery (for breast reconstruction) and physical therapy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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