Friday, 6 December 2013

Fibrocystic breast disease - Symptoms, Causes and Risk Factors

Fibrocystic breast disease
Fibrocystic breast disease also known as fibrocystic breast condition is defined as a condition in which cysts, and noncancerous lump found in the breast tissue as result of hormonal change from the menstrual cycle. Fibrocystic breast diseases sometime cause pain and discomfort which affects approximately 30-60% of women.

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1. Lumps
As a result of the presence of fibrous tissue. Such lumps found nearby armpit, are smooth usually free-moving and become large before the menstrual cycle andwill slowly shrink when the cycle starts.
2. Breast pain
It may last through the whole cycle.
3. breast tenderness
As a result of the swollen breast tissue
4. Breasts and nipples may be tender or itchy.
5. Breast feel full
6. Etc.

Causes and risk factors
1. Hormonal change
It is caused by hormonal change due to the normal hormonal variation during a woman's monthly cycle, as researchers that there are no such condition after menopause.

2. Family history of breast cancer
Some theories suggested that fibrocystic breast disease may be caused by family history in the direct family members. In a study of Cystic disease, family history of breast cancer, and use of oral contraceptives researchers found that the possibility that a woman is more protected against benign breast disease by using oral contraceptives if she has a family history of breast cancer deserves more attention in future investigations on the long-term effects of birth control pills.

3. Diet high in caffeine
Some theories suggested caffeine may be the cause but, in a study of Caffeine consumption and fibrocystic breast disease: a case-control epidemiologic study, researchers found that the association with caffeine consumption was especially high among women with atypical lobular hyperplasia and with sclerosing adenosis with concomitant papillomatosis or papillary hyperplasia, both of which have been associated with an increased breast cancer risk. The association was specific to fibrocystic breast disease in that there was no association of caffeine consumption with fibroadenoma or other forms of benign breast disease.

4. Diet high in unsaturated and trans fat
Intake high in unsaturated and trans fat elevates the production of estrogen, lower estrogen levels by eating fewer high-fat foods, especially from animal source will be helpful.

5. Colas and soda beverages
disturb the female hormones, so they should not be used in excess.

6. Etc.
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