I had my mammography test done 3 years ago. Frm the test i got to knw dat i hav 1.8cm for fibroadenoma. I got married last year. Still the tumour has not gone..please suggest wat should be done next...
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In many cases, fibroadenomas require no treatment. However, some women choose to have their fibroadenomas surgically removed . If you choose not to have surgery, it's important to monitor the fibroadenoma with follow-up visits to your doctor for breast ultrasounds to detect any changes in the appearance or size of the lump. After a fibroadenoma is removed, it's possible that one or more new fibroadenomas may develop. New breast lumps need to be assessed with mammograms, ultrasound and possibly biopsy — to determine if the lump is a fibroadenoma or cancer.....
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