Breast Injury

author: doctor Ambrosova I.A.

You should not overlook even a slight bruise or a hematoma that appeared on the chest, as a tumor sometimes develops as a result of breast injury.

Atheroma of the mammary gland

author: doctor Leshkov VE

Atheroma is a neoplasm caused by inflammation of the sebaceous gland, containing inside the sebaceous secretion produced by this gland. Externally, it looks like an education, strongly protruding above the skin. It can appear on any place of the body, but usually doctors have to deal with atheromas on the scalp, neck and back, face (on the nasolabial triangle or eyebrows), in the genital area (scrotum, perineum, labia majora or pubis), on the chest (this disease is called atheroma of the breast).

Inflammation of the cyst of the breast

author: doctor Mirnaya E.V.

Breast cyst is a pathological formation in the breast tissue, which is a cavity surrounded by a capsule and filled with fluid. Cysts are multiple and single.

The main reason for the formation of breast cyst is a hormonal imbalance, namely, an increase in the production of the hormone estrogen.

The chest gland hurts

author: doctor Maleva O.

Breast glands in everyday life are called mammary glands, located on the anterior chest wall. The appearance of pain in the mammary glands rightly cause concern to any person.

Cyst in the breast

author: doctor Fedorenko N.S.

Women's health has always been and remains today a very important and exciting topic for all generations of women, from girls to grandmothers. And one of the most pressing issues of women's health is breast health.

Among female diseases, very often in unborn women of mature age from 35 to 55 years old there is such an unpleasant disease as a breast cyst.

First feeding when breastfeeding

author: doctor Samoilov MA

What mother does not want to give her child the best? Especially when it comes to food. The first six months of life for a child only breast milk is the most valuable and indispensable.

Many doctors do not even recommend watering the baby, because breast milk is 80% water. Moreover, by offering your child some water or tea, you risk provoking a decrease in the production of breast milk.

Condensation in the breast

author: doctor Patvakanyan Nana

Consolidation in the mammary gland is the formation of single or multiple nodes, bumps, or other changes in the mammary gland. May be accompanied by painful sensations, nipple discharge, external changes in the breast. Seals can be both physiological and pathological. Can also be observed not only in women, but also in men and children.

Breastfeeding mastopathy

author: pediatrician Shaynoga T.V.

Mastopathy is a disease associated with an inflammatory process in the breast tissue. In 90% of primiparous women, mastitis occurs during breastfeeding, and the occurrence of this disease can also occur regardless of pregnancy and childbirth.
The development of lactation (postpartum) mastitis is associated with lactostasis and nipple microcracks.

Epidermal Staphylococcus in breast milk

author: doctor, Ph.D. Andreeva S.G.

Epidermal staphylococcus is a bacterium that dwells on human skin (hence the name) as part of normal microflora. We do not live in a state of confrontation with all microorganisms. Dozens of species coexist with humans, not only without harm, but also participating in maintaining a certain balance.

Staphylococcus in breast milk

author: doctor Gulenko S.V.

Often, breastfeeding causes the problem of microbial seeding of conditionally pathogenic microorganisms. And often the cause of this is Staphylococcus aureus.

How to quickly wean a baby from breastfeeding

author: pediatrician Shaynoga T.V.

It’s not so easy to make a decision about weaning a baby from breastfeeding.
When can wean a baby from breastfeeding? It is best to wait when the baby refuses to breast milk, but in each case it can happen at different times.

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