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For fibrocystic breast how many days medicine should be used, do it cause any trouble? Which medicine is more effective code soft epo r primosa. R any other medicine I should use? Do it leads to cancer? I'm getting white colour discharge my breast. I'm using now code soft epo capsules twice a day. From one-month onwards I'm using this? Still how many days needed cyst was not decrease in size. Some times my breast size is increasing. Becoming heavy, sometimes a little bit burning sensation. After completion of period also sometimes it is giving discomfort lumpy. I have gone ultrasound. Two times, prolactin test, tcs also. Tcs is normal, prolactin is a little bit means slightly high. But Dr, said no need to worry. But this fibrocysticbreast disease irritating (giving discomfort) I have a worry about cancer.

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No, fibrocystic breast changes don't increase your risk of breast cancer. Fibrocystic breast changes are common. Women with this noncancerous (benign) condition often have lumpy, nodular breasts and experience breast pain that varies throughout the menstrual cycle. Doctors don't know exactly what causes fibrocystic breast changes, but the condition is likely due to hormone changes during your menstrual cycle that affect breast tissue. Although fibrocystic breast changes don't increase your risk of breast cancer, having fibrocystic breasts may make it more difficult for you to feel a new breast lump or other abnormal change such as a persistent breast lump that doesn't go away with your next menstrual cycle or thickening or firmness within lumpy breast tissue.
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