Gud evening sir.. actually when first i got to know that i have a fibro adenomain breast, I got opearated and got out of it.
but after two months again i got to know that i have again same problem.
Sir plz tell me solution...can i be cured out of this... Read More
Though fibroadenomas are benign condition and there are tendencies of recurrences. As you have undergone surgeries, there may be chances of recurrences. Though you need to worry about this condition, you can take proper steps to control it or to control the recurrence of the fibroadenomas. The concept of natural remedies and ayurvedic medicines are helpful to prevent the growth and to.. Read more
asked by supriya
on 8 June 2013 13:56
This is Supriya, Last week I purchased a PSORIASIS AND ECZEMA MEDICAN through your website, I haven't start taking this median,
Is it safe to take this median while breast feeding? My kid is 2 1/2 month's old.
Please respond... Read More
Wishes from my yoga. I don't know what medicines you had purchased. The medicines which are used for psoriasis and eczema are of usually anti inflammatory in potency. These kind of medicines are actually not advisable for lactating and pregnant mothers. You start with certain external applications such as oils etc. These external applications are showing results in psoriasis.
Avoid.. Read more
Sir lump has developed in right breast after my baby's birth. after some time i got FNAC test conducted where it was found that there is no malignant cells. AIIMS hospital has recommended operation but please suggest me something in this regard.
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A breast lump is a swelling, protuberance, or lump formation in the breasts, mainly, the reason would be, fibrocystic changes, fibroadenomas, and cysts
As you mentioned that there is FNAC test done and doctors suggested for lump excision. If it is mandatory, then you have to proceed for that. However, with the help of ayurveda treatments, breast lumps can be treated well, if they are.. Read more
asked by noshi
on 18 February 2014 21:09
my sister has this problem. her age is 30 and she is unmarried. she has lumps in her breast and armpit. and they are very pain full.
she is not a fat person. she is slim and smart. and in my known family history my mom had not this problem even we sister are also not.
my question is that is their home remedy for this. and how can i get your medicens in... Read More
Hi, it is better if your sister undergoes thorough screening for her breast lumpsThere are many causes for breast lumps, which include trauma infection, cancer and non cancerous growth.
Even though most of the breast lumps are harmless, it should be evaluated by the doctor to establish its non malignancy. Usually malignant ones are painless with discharge from the nipples. As there is no.. Read more
In a recent breast ultrasound, my wife was diagnosed with 4 lumps in one breast and cysts in another. Out of the 4 lumps, one is comparitively bigger. It says it demonstrates a 2 x 1 x 1.4 cm hypoechoic, wider than tall macrolobulated mass at -8 o'clock location. The doctor has suggested of biopsy of this one to confirm whether it is cancerous or not. We are afraid to go for biopsy... Read More
breast lumps are benign in nature seen commonly among premenopausal woman. It is seen that more than 50 % of woman go through this lump during a course of their life. It is caused mainly due to hormonal imbalance which can be resolved. Her i suggest you medicines and remedies suitable for this condition
Kanchanara guggulu tab - 2 tab twice daily after foodPunarnavadi kashayam - 15 ml with 45.. Read more
lump in right breast
my wife is 25 yrs.after delivery her breast create a lump.how many days dont know?but baby is of 10 months only.
ques is tht it wiill safe to continue breastfeeding for baby nd mother?
3.if it is safe feeding baby
during ayurvedic medicine treatment or... Read More
Greeting from myyog.com,
Usually it is rear to be diagnosed with breast cancer in nursing mothers
In your wife the lumps or lump like mass may be due to galactoceles or cysts (with milk), due to blocked milk ductUntil unless diagnosed properly, there is no need to wean your baby in advance. Usually Ultrasonography indicated where we can differentiate between cystic or malignant or.. Read more