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Breasts

Breasts

Breasts are specialised organs located at the anterior chest wall. The female breasts perform the essential task of producing milk for the nourishment of infants. Breasts undergo a lot of significant changes in the teenage years of a woman when the female hormone oestrogen develops, especially during the menstrual cycles. Also, in later stages of life, when a woman undergoes a pregnancy, her breasts become capable of producing milk so that her newborn infant can feed on it to attain a healthy growth.

Breasts have a lot of fat tissue in them, the amount of which determine the size of the breast and provide it with a soft consistency and texture. In most females, the breasts are asymmetrical in shape and have about 15-20 lobes of mammary glands, radiating from the nipple to the rest of the organ. The nipples are the central part of each breast, surrounded by a dark circular patch of skin called areola. There are also special glands called tubuloalveolar glands which transfer the milk from the mammary glands to the nipple, which has a small opening to let it out. The milk-carrying ducts of each tubuloalveolar gland goes on to dilate underneath the areola forming lactiferous sinuses which are mainly milk-reservoirs, storing the milk produced by a nursing mother.

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Breasts undergo numerous changes throughout a woman’s lifetime due to the presence of female hormones oestrogen and progesterone. But a woman must be well aware of these changes as many of them can be tell-tale signs of inflammations or diseases too. Some of the common ailments of the breast include pain during menstruation, breast cancer, breast discharges, calcification of breasts and breast cysts. An overview of these ailments is as follows:

Pain during menstruation: This mainly happens due to the fluctuation in the levels of the female hormones which are progesterone and oestrogen. This fluctuation will make a woman feel that her breasts have swollen to some extent and have become painful. This pain becomes severe as a woman ages as she becomes more sensitive towards such hormonal changes. The pain usually starts two or three days prior to periods and may continue throughout the menstrual cycle.

Breast Cancer: This form of cancer continues to be a major threat to women of all ages throughout the world. As per WHO, breast cancer has affected 2.09 million women and claimed 627000 lives globally. It continues to be the most common form of cancer affecting Indian women and the incident rates begin to rise in the early thirties and increases further for women belonging to the 50-64 years age-group. Easily visible symptoms include sudden appearance of a lump or thickened tissue in the breast, red and indented skin on breast, bloody discharge from nipple, nipple retraction and flaking of skin on the breast. Women are advised to regularly visit their gynaecologist for breast examination and even practice self-examination. If the breast tissue becomes cancerous then there’s a high chance of it spreading into the lungs, liver and bones.

Breast discharge: If a nursing or pregnant woman experiences discharges from the nipple, then it’s harmless as milk can seep out sometimes and this may occasionally occur even 2 or 3 years after a woman has stopped breastfeeding. But discharges of different colours can even indicate an underlying ailment in the breast. For instance, white or yellowish discharge can signal towards inflammation, greenish discharge may be due to cysts and clear or bloody can be an indication of breast cancer.

Calcification of Mammary glands: Calcification refers to the small calcium deposits that develop in the breast tissue, which can cause pain. Mostly they are benign, but in some rare cases they point towards the onset of breast cancer in the future. In order to detect these, a mammogram test should be conducted as it is difficult to trace through self-examination. Large calcifications are considered benign and a normal sign of aging, but small calcifications in a cluster are considered suspicious and may call for further tests.

Breast Cysts: There are no clear causes for the formation of cysts, as experts are still researching it. Cysts are bubble-like fluid-filled structures inside the breast which are usually harmless. But, they can grow into a size of about two inches and trigger pain in the breast. This is the point when one must seek immediate medical attention.

We, at Zyropathy, prescribe suitable supplements to relieve our patients from these ailments. The supplements help in reduction of calcium deposits and improving the blood circulation in the affected area. The combination supplements results in either dissolving or necrotising it minimal size. Breast cancer is completely curable if supplements are taken as recommended and support of modern medicine is also sought where required. In Zyropathy we recommend maintenance schedule of few supplements for the duration of six years after cancer is fully resolved in the body because maximum recurrence/relapse is possible in this duration.

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