Creating Waves of Awareness
Fibroadenomas are the most common benign tumors of the female breast. They develop at any age but are more common in young women, often teenagers, and are mistaken for cancer.
It is a benign breast growth (Pseudopsora/ Sycosis) that most commonly presents in teenage girls and women under the age of thirty. The presence of a fibroadenoma mass in a breast often causes women anxiety (Psora/ Pseudopsora) and concern, partly because people associate any type of breast lump with cancer. Fibroadenoma carries a very slight menace for future breast cancer, but the majority of fibroadenoma are benign breast growths. They may be excised but frequent recurrence is common.
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