Fibrocystic breast can be described as a condition that develops when fluid is not being removed quickly enough from the breast leading to the formation of cysts in them. These lumps move about around the breast, develop and shrink, though they are benign. Usually the fluids in the breast are moved out by the lymphatic system. However if there is excess fluid some may get trapped in different parts of the breast, tissue grows around them leading to these lumps. Cysts are harmless, but they should be monitored, and a woman should check constantly her breasts so as to detect and control the cysts. Regular mammograms are recommended as well.
Discomfort, tenderness, and observable growth are usual specifically around menstrual periods when there is change in the levels of estrogen; it is possible that the cysts fade away after the monthly period. Nevertheless if the lump is hard, does not move easily and does not disappear, please consult with a physician without further delay.
1. Coenzyme Q10 is tremendously good for removing toxins from the body, thus help to control fibrocystic breasts.
2. In several studies Primrose oil has been confirmed to reduce size of lumps. Therefore regularly massage your breast with Primrose oil.
3. Take vitamin E being an antioxidant, it protects breast tissue against fibrocystic breasts.
4. Avoid coffee, regular tea, colas, chocolate and any other foods that contain caffeine. It has been proven scientifically to increase fibrocystic breasts.
5. Breast Cyst tea.
1 teaspoonful of Burdock root.
1 teaspoonful of Mullein leaves.
1 teaspoonful of Dandelion root.
1/2 teaspoonful of prickly Ash bark.
1/2 teaspoonful of Cleavers leaves.
1 quart of water.
Mix all ingredients together and bring to boil. Drink 2 cups per day.
7. Breast compress.
1/2 teaspoonful of calendula flowers tincture.
10 drops of lavender essential oil.
1 cotton cloth.
3 drops of ginger essential oil.
3 drops of chamomile essential oil.
1 cup of warm water.
Mix all ingredients, then soak the cotton cloth in the solution and place it over the spot where the cysts are, for five minutes, then repeat.
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