A cyst in the mammary gland is a benign formation in women of reproductive age, which looks like a bladder filled with fluid. The size of a cyst can vary from one millimeter to several centimeters. Also, the cyst can be both single and multiple.
Doctors identify several reasons for the occurrence of cysts in the chest: hormonal disorders, trauma or surgery in the gland, mastopathy, stress. The risk group also includes women who have not given birth before the age of 30.
The transition of a cyst to a malignant formation is unlikely, but against the background of mastopathy and hormonal instability, the risk of breast cancer increases. The cyst itself is not dangerous, but this does not mean that it does not require treatment.
How to cure a cyst
Treatment of a cyst can be carried out only after an accurate diagnosis and consultation with a mammologist.
Numerous small and single cysts up to 15 mm in size are treated, as a rule, in conservative ways, prescribing absorbable, anti-inflammatory, hormonal drugs, vitamin supplements. Traditional medicine can also help in these cases.
A homemade drink made from 100 ml of aloe juice and 100 ml of carrot juice will help the cyst dissolve as soon as possible. Mix these 2 components, and divide the resulting volume of liquid into 3 servings. Drink 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals.
A cabbage leaf applied at night to the chest also works well. Usually, folk remedies complement traditional therapy perfectly, and their use gives excellent results.