Premenstrual Swelling in Breasts is in reality not a disorder but more of a discomfort. The condition is experienced by most women a few days prior to the monthly menstrual cycle. The typical symptoms in this condition include the breasts getting swollen and becoming tender. The cause of this condition is attributed to the levels of hormones in the body. The condition can turn severe and ebb off during and after the period.
HOW IS PREMENSTRUAL SWELLING IN BREASTS DIAGNOSED?
A Gynecologist diagnoses Premenstrual Swelling in Breasts by performing a physical examination including a breast exam to feel for any lumps. In a severe case of Premenstrual Swelling in Breasts, the doctor will perform a mammogram to view inside the breast.
HOW IS PREMENSTRUAL SWELLING IN BREASTS TREATED?
Premenstrual Swelling in Breasts can be treated effectively with medication and lifestyle changes to manage this condition.
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Self examination can also help monitor any changes in the breasts.