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How do you treat Galactocele?
Last Updated: 24th February, 2020
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Also question is, how do you get rid of Galactocele?
As with many cysts, the typical treatment for a galactocele is to leave them alone. When the hormonal change associated with pregnancy and lactation cease, the condition should resolve on its own. But, in cases of true discomfort, attempts may be made to 'drain' the galactocele through fine needle aspiration.
Similarly, do milk cysts go away? Milk may express from this type of cyst when it's massaged. Your doctor may take a sample of the contents of the cyst, or order an ultrasound to confirm that it's benign. Galactoceles usually go away on their own when you stop breastfeeding.
One may also ask, can Galactocele be painful?
A galactocele is a benign, milk-filled cyst that develops on the breast. This type of cyst may feel smooth or round. It won't be hard and tender to the touch. It likely won't be painful, but it may be uncomfortable.
How can I reduce breast lumps naturally?
Lifestyle and home remedies
- Wear a well-fitted, supportive bra. If your breast cysts are painful, supporting your breasts may help relieve some discomfort.
- Apply a compress.
- Avoid caffeine.
- Consider trying over-the-counter pain medications if your doctor recommends them.