Wednesday, 28 November 2018




Gynaecomastia
As the name suggests, gynaecomastia refers to an abnormal enlargement of the male breasts.
Normally, men tend to have some amount of breast tissue, which increases in proportion to overall body fat. An obese person will hence have more breast tissue, compared to a thin individual.
Gynaecomastia becomes a problem when it starts interfering with a person’s body image, making him uncomfortable around his peers, while swimming, gymming or may interfere with his relationship with his spouse or fiancee..
This condition may be secondary to several causes, or may be completely idiopathic (cause unknown).
In either case, we may need to perform a few tests, to come to a diagnosis.
More often than not, gynaecomastia is idiopathic ie, the exact cause is unknown.
Sometimes, it may be secondary to long term medications, hormonal disturbances, or less commonly, testicular tumors. In such cases, the cause needs to be treated first.
In idiopathic gynaecomastia, surgical treatment is very successful and extremely satisfying. It is often performed as a day care procedure and the recovery is generally very quick.
However, care should be taken that the person continues to be physically active post surgery and maintains his weight, in order to prevent a recurrence.
Dr Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist in Dombivli, Thane.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com

 Phone no: 7507577546



Friday, 23 November 2018





10 COMMON BREAST PROBLEMS WOMAN CAN FACE AFTER 30

Many women can face common breast problems after the age of 30 such as breast pain, breast lump, cyst, nipple discharge, inverted or itchy nipple, mastits, eczema, fibro adenomas and breast cancer. Hence it is necessary to check above symptoms of breast related diseases. Dr Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist in dombivli,thane.
For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com
Phone no:  7507577546

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Saturday, 27 October 2018

Mastitis



An increasing number of women in their late 30s and early 40s are presenting to me with mastitis. Very often, these ladies have received treatment with no results or have undergone abscess drainage following mastitis with recurrent symptoms.

One needs to know what mastitis really means.

Mastitis refers to any inflammation in the breast.

It is generally unilateral and may or may not be associated with the typical signs accompanying an inflammation, such as redness, fever or malaise.

Pain and swelling are the only findings. Sometimes, a patient may have these symptoms occurring insidiously over quite some time, with some relief after taking medicines.

Mastitis may be infective (less common) or non infective (more common).

Infective mastitis requires antibiotics and abscess drainage if there is pus formation.
If the pus culture shows tuberculosis, then anti- tuberculosis therapy has to be started.
Newer tests, like the Gene- expert test for tuberculosis is helping us in improving our diagnostic capabilities.

In non infective mastitis, a biopsy may be required along with the other microbiological tests to rule out infective etiology.

Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis (IGM)

This difficult term is used to denote an even more difficult problem to treat.
IGM is a diagnosis of exclusion, once we have ruled out all other causative factors.
The diagnosis is solely based on the pathology findings which is similar to that seen in tuberculosis, minus the hallmark findings of tuberculosis (caseation necrosis and acid fast bacilli).

The treatment of IGM is quite different as well. To simply put it, IGM is a condition where there is chronic inflammation in the absence of an infective agent, similar to some autoimmune diseases.

Treatment of IGM consists of steroid administration, which may be prolonged.
In some patients, surgery may be required, especially if there is abscess formation.
The treatment is often long drawn and requires a lot of patience and compliance. Inadequate treatment can often lead to recurrence, which may be even more difficult to treat.


Dr Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist in Dombivli, Thane.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com

Phone no:  7507577546






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Friday, 26 October 2018

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BREAST- DR NEEMESH LODH


Self examination of breast is very important to detect breast cancer. Every woman should understand the causes and symptoms of breast cancer. Women should ask grandmother, mother or sister (family history) whether any family member had breast and ovarian cancer or not. Breast examination should be done every year. Dr Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist in dombivli,thane.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com
Phone no:  7507577546



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Thursday, 25 October 2018


BREAST CANCER FACTS


Every woman should start getting mammograms at the age of 40 years. 1/3 reduction in the breast cancer death since mammography screening started in 1990. 1 in 6 Breast cancers occurs in women between age 40-90. Dr Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist in dombivli,thane.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com
Phone no:  7507577546

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Thursday, 11 October 2018

CAUSES OF NIPPLE DISCHARGE IN PREGNANCY



The main causes of nipple discharge in pregnancy are intrinsic to pregnancy (physiological), skin disorders, benign breast diseases and malignancy. A benign tumor in a milk duct (intraductal papilloma) Dilated milk ducts (mammary duct ectasia). Dr. Neemesh Lodh is a breast cancer specialist.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com
Phone no:  7507577546

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Friday, 28 September 2018

NIPPLE DISCHARGE




Nipple discharge is very common complaint of many women who are not pregnant or breastfeeding. Nipple discharge can be a sign of breast cancer. It occurs spontaneously or due to breast manipulation. Dr. Neemesh Lodh is an expert in breast cancer surgery. He is renowned oncologist in thane, Mumbai.

For more information visit: www.breastoncocare.com
Phone no:  7507577546


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