Painful breast lump
You could get the lump removed if it is causing pressure symptoms, pain or you feeling uneasy about it. A benign lump is otherwise managed conservatively, with regular breast self exams and periodic follow ups with your physician.
Does the lump increase or decrease in size? Is it painful or tender?
Has a mammogram, ultrasound and MRI been done? Since when have you noticed the lump? Are you lactating?
Have you noticed any abnormal features on breast self examination like skin changes, breast lump, nipple discharge , etc
Have you seen a breast specialist or your doctor for your symptoms? Till then you could try some warm compresses, breast massage and oral pain relief medications.
This seems to be a fibroadenoma , but nothing can be said with surety without a clinical examination and relevant investigations.
Let us know about what your doctor or breast specialist advises.
Let us know if you have any other doubts and also about how you are doing.
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