Fibrocystic Breast Masses
This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed to help your body overcome a Fibrocystic Breast Mass.
Are you or someone you love suffering from Fibrocystic Breast Masses and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including fibrocystic breast masses with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
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Our fibrocystic breast masses sound therapy CD’s help by:
- Decrease or minimize presence of green or dark brown non-bloody nipple discharge that tends to leak without pressure or squeezing
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Fibrocystic Breast Masses
Fibrocystic breast masses are painful and lumpy. The condition is not considered a disease but many women experience these normal breast changes at around their period.
Symptoms of Fibrocystic Breast Masses
Signs and symptoms of fibrocystic breasts may include:
- Breast lumps or areas of thickening that tend to blend into the surrounding breast
- Generalized breast pain or tenderness or discomfort that involves the upper outer part of the breast
- Breast nodules or lumpy tissue change in size with the menstrual cycle
- Green or dark brown non-bloody nipple discharge that tends to leak without pressure or squeezing
- Breast changes that are similar in both breasts
- Monthly increase in breast pain or lumpiness from mid-cycle (ovulation) to just before your period and then gets better once your period starts
About Fibrocystic Breast Masses
Fibrocystic breast masses consist of tissue that feels lumpy and rope-like when palpated. Healthcare professionals call this nodular or glandular breast tissue. It is not rare for many women to experience fibrocystic breasts or experience fibrocystic breast changes. Many health professionals have already stopped using the term “fibrocystic breast disease” because it is no longer classified as a disease. Breast changes that fluctuate with the menstrual cycle and feature a rope-like texture are considered normal. Fibrocystic breast masses usually do not cause symptoms. However, some patients experience breast pain, tenderness and lumpiness most especially on the upper, outer area of the breasts. Symptoms tend to show prior to menstruation and resolve afterward. Standard self-care measures can usually relieve the discomfort associated with fibrocystic breast masses.
Fibrocystic breast masses usually occur most often between the ages of 30 and 50 years. The changes happen rarely after menopause unless the patient is under hormone replacement therapy using estrogen and progesterone.
See your doctor if you find:
- You find a new or persistent breast lump or area of prominent thickening or firmness of the breast tissue
- You have specific areas of continuous or worsening breast pain
- Breast changes persist after your period
- Your doctor evaluated a breast lump but now it seems to be bigger or otherwise changed
Etiology of Fibrocystic Breast Masses
The exact cause of fibrocystic breast masses is not known but many experts suspect the role of reproductive hormones like estrogen in the condition. Moreover, changes in hormonal levels in the menstrual cycle can cause breast discomfort and areas of lumpy breast tissue that feel tender, sore and swollen. Fibrocystic breast masses tend to be bothersome just prior to the menstrual period and abate after the period happens.
When checked in the lab, fibrocystic breast masses includes distinct components like:
- Fluid-filled round or oval sacs (cysts)
- A prominence of scar-like fibrous tissue (fibrosis)
- Overgrowth of cells (hyperplasia) lining the milk ducts or milk-producing tissues (lobules) of the breast
- Enlarged breast lobules (adenosis)
Diagnosis of Fibrocystic Breast Masses
- Breast Examination – The physician will palpate the breasts and the lymph nodes in your lower neck and underarm area checking for unusual breast tissue. If the exam, along with your medical history suggests you have normal breast changes then no additional tests may be necessary.
- Mammogram – If the doctor detects a breast lump or thickening in the breast tissue then a diagnostic mammogram that concentrates on a specific concern in the breast may be warranted.
- Ultrasound — this device uses sound waves to create images of the breasts and is often performed along with a mammogram. Patients younger than 30 may have an ultrasound rather than a mammogram. The test is good at evaluating a younger woman’s breast tissue. It can help distinguish between fluid-filled cysts and solid masses.
If you are suffering from fibrocystic breast masses it can help if you:
- Wear a firm-supporting bra, fitted by a professional.
- Limit or avoid caffeine because dietary change can help abate symptoms of breast pain and other premenstrual symptoms
- Eat less fat, which can decrease breast pain or discomfort associated with fibrocystic breast masses
- Reduce or stop taking hormone treatments
- Use a heating pad or warm water bottle to provide relief from discomfort.