Having fibrocystic breast tissue is a common, benign (noncancerous) condition that affects more than half of women at some point in their lives. Fibrocystic breasts occur due to swelling of the glandular tissues of the breasts caused by changes in the menstrual cycle hormones (estrogen and progesterone). Women commonly notice the following.
For fibrocystic disease, Diagnosis is breast cyst aspiration supplemented by ultrasound and/or mammogram. Straw colored fluid with no blood The treatment of choice for a suspected fibroadenoma is either a fine-needle biopsy or an excision biopsy. Although rare, malignant neoplasms have occasionally been found in fibroadenoma.
About half of women in their 20s to 50s will have fibrocystic breast changes. It’s rare after menopause, but it can happen if you’re having hormone therapy. Some women need surgery.Author: Annie Stuart.