According to Ayurvedic principles, fibrocystic breast disease is a kapha disorder. Excess kapha builds up, leading enlargement of the breasts, tenderness, and development of fibrocystic tissue.
In Western countries, a large percentage of women experience benign but often painful cysts and lumps in their breasts. Their breasts feel lumpy, "ropy", or "granular", as if full of little nodules. Some women can even feel the presence of larger cysts.
These cysts occur when a breast duct becomes blocked, and then fills up with fluid like a balloon filled with water. The area surrounding the blocked duct then has a tendency to form scar tissue, and that is the fibrous component of the fibrocystic disease.
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This 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.
Unfortunately, many women and even doctors think that fibrocystic breast disease is a "normal" condition for women. 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 called chronic cystic mastitis.
An easy experiment to reduce pain: take your bra off!
Fortunately there is an easy solution that works for many women in reducing breast pain and fibrocystic lumps: many women have found that by wearing undergarments less restrictive than bras (camisoles, tank tops, etc.) they can dramatically reduce or eliminate fibrocystic cysts and pain.
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.
Fibrocystic breast disease is a common and benign change within the breast characterized by a dense irregular and bumpy consistency in the breast tissue. Mammography or biopsy may be needed to rule out other disorders.
As fibrocystic breasts are due to excess kapha, you will find it helpful to follow the kapha-reducing diet. Avoid dairy products, cold food and drink, heavy meats, wheat, and all sweets except honey.
Doing some yoga postures daily will be helpful. Include the Locust, Bow, Boat, Spinal Twist, and Shoulder Stand in your "routine" of postures.