Do I need my breast milk if I miss a feeding?
Is it common for one breast to be larger and perkier than the other?
Should I get a breast MRI if my Ultrasound and Mammogram was inconclusive?
What are the chances of re-occurrence of cancer after successful treatment of breast cancer?
What could be the cause of lumps and bruising on my breast?
What could cause a lump inside my nose?
What should I do if my doctor recommends that I not breastfeed by baby while I am taking an antibiotic?
You should always be concerned about lumps in your breast. You need to inform your doctor and get them checked out. Most likely they are related to breast feeding but you need to make sure.
If the lump in your breast hasn't changed in size or has grown you should be concerned and evaluate the mass that remained unchanged to rule out malignity possibility.
They might be due to blockage of residual milk or due to hyperactive milk-secreting glands. For tender lumps, massaging will do the needful. It is advisable to consult your doctor.
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