How can I remove ectopic breast tissue without surgery?

Surgery. Usually to remove excess or ectopic tissue it will require some kind of surgery. Sometimes it is possible to remove it with liposuction based upon the location and amount. However, to fully remove all of the tissue it would require an incision and full resection. Best is to see a surgeon to discuss your specific options.

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How risky is the surgery to remove damaged breast tissue after radiotherapy?

Depends. Difficult to quantify without knowing your general condition and your medications and other problems. If you are healthy surgical and anesthetic risks a low. Talk to your surgeon to get a better picture. Read more...

Is it possible for your breast to grow after breast removal? If you had a surgery where the breast tissue is removed, is it still possible that more tissue would grow gradually?

Yes, . Yes, it is possible for more breast tissue to grow. Depending on the reason for the surgery in the first place, it is possible that not all of the breast tissue was removed. Obviously for significant breast cancers, the goal is to remove all the breast tissue to decrease the chance of recurrence. If the surgery was done to reduce the breast tissue(reduction surgery) or for a male with breast tissue, then it is possible for the tissue to slowly grow back depending on the cause of it in the first place. If there is a hormonal signal from the brain (prolactin, estrogen/progesterone) sent, it can lead to breast tissue growth and even milk production. It is a good idea to be seen by the surgeon that removed the tissue to determine if more intervention needs to happen since the tissue is growing back and if that is something dangerous or not. Read more...

Will the surgeon remove armpit fat/excess breast tissue during breast reduction surgery?

YES. That would be a part of the procedure, but make sure you discuss with your surgeon. Read more...
Yes. Yes, these areas can be addressed during breast reduction surgery. Very important to communicate your goals and concerns with your plastic surgeon. This is often best done in front of a full-length mirror. Best wishes; breast reduction surgery tends to be one of the most patient pleasing operations we perform. Read more...