Cysts in the breasts are not uncommon occurrences. A significant percentage of women will get them. They are more common in women who do not have children and women who are forty. Most cysts are benign but malignancy does develop in some cases. Malignant tumors are hard to touch and possess definite boundaries. Simple cysts are softer and more watery in nature. Cysts and tumors can be due to any of the three doshas but are most common in Kapha types, who tend to create excess tissues.
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Kapha type cysts consist of subcutaneous fat or mucus accumulations. They involve swelling, dampness and congestion. If large, they can be safely removed through surgery, if necessary. As the breast is a fatty organ it easily gets such cysts or tumors.
Vata type cysts are characterized by pain. They are dry, variable in size and location. Vata individuals are prone to fear and are more likely to imagine that any swelling or cyst is cancer.
Pitta cysts are distinguished by inflammation, infection, swelling and a hot sensation.
Generalized breast lumpiness is known by several names, including fibrocystic breast condition, fibrous breasts, fibrocystic breast disease, fibrocystic changes and benign breast disease. There even exist several types of fibrocystic breast condition.
However, large, palpable cysts have been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer, not to mention the pain the women experience, so women need to be concerned about pain and cysts in their breasts and not let it go on thinking it is normal.
Many women have some lumpiness in the breasts, usually in the upper outer region of the breast, near the armpit. In the United States, about 30% of women have this kind of lumpiness with breast pain and breast cysts a condition called fibrocystic breast disease.
Lumps may be removed and a biopsy may be performed. Sometimes cysts are drained, but they tend to recur. No specific treatment is available or required. Fibrocystic Breast Disease consists of single or multiple lumps (cysts) in the breasts. The cysts are often harmless and are fairly common, but they may be cancerous. Women with fibrocystic disease of the breast are at greater-than-usual risk of getting breast cancer later in life. Also known as chronic cystic mastitis.
The exact cause of fibrocystic breast disease is unknown, but is thought to be related to estrogen and other ovarian hormones. Discomfort and pain caused by fibrocystic cysts and breast lumps often worsen just before a woman's menstrual period, and become less painful at the end of the period.
Treatment options for fibrocystic breast disease are limited. While some women report symptom relief by changing their diet to less than 25 percent fat and avoiding caffeine, reports of this treatment's success are largely anecdotal. Moist, hot compresses applied to the breasts provide some relief when symptoms flare up.
An anti-Kapha regimen is indicated for most benign tumors. Fat reducing herbs are used, combining pungent and bitter tastes. Good herbs are black pepper, cayenne, turmeric, calamus, katuka, goldenseal and barberry. A good formula is Trikatu taken along with honey. Honey itself has a fat and tumor reducing property. Triphala or other laxatives are helpful as well.
Special herbs for reducing breast tumors include turmeric (Curcumin), safflower, dandelion, violet and cyperus.
Poly cystic ovaries or Stein - Leventhal syndrome, is a hormonal imbalance that causes women to suffer from various symptoms. It is a condition in which there are many small cysts in the ovaries and it is the most common hormonal disorder in women.
Girls who show signs of puberty in a much earlier age are found more prone to poly cystic ovarian disease. In most women with PCOD, menarche occurs at the expected time, but uterine bleeding is unpredictable in onset, duration and amount.
This disease affects the hormonal cycles. Glands such as the pituitary, hypothalamus, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal cortex and ovaries etc. make up the endocrine system that produces hormones in women. Hormones regulate the normal development of eggs in the ovaries. When there is a malfunction or breakdown in the process, the menstrual cycle is affected.
Follicles are sacs within the ovaries that contain eggs. In poly cystic ovaries, there are many poorly developed follicles in the ovaries. The eggs in these follicles do not mature and therefore cannot be released from the ovaries. Instead, they form cyst in the ovary and this can enlarge in both the ovaries. The immature follicles and the inability to release an egg (ovulate) are likely caused by low levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), and higher than normal levels of male hormones (androgens) produced in the ovary.
This can affect the women's ability to get pregnant.
The disease is diagnosed between the ages of 20 to 30.
Poly cystic ovarian disease is characterized by a complex set of symptoms and the cause cannot be determined for all types of patients.
Also women who become obese due to this disease are at the risk of hyper cholesterol and diabetes. A few of the women with PCOD are also at the risk of breast cancer and endometrial cancer.
The tests to determine PCOD include: