The treatments for fibroadenoma vary depending on the patient’s condition, health goals and age. In young women, the lump in the breast may not be removed until it grows or the woman gets older, while others may undergo surgery.
Oftentimes, doctors recommend treating fibroadenoma with surgery, especially if the woman plans to get pregnant and breastfeed. Fibroadenoma lumps can grow and cause problems during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Other treatment options include monitoring the lump for changes or growth, and destroying the lump using cryoablation (freezing).
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