– Ultrasound of the mammary glands – necessary to assess the condition of the mammary glands, ducts; clarification of the causes of possible inflammatory, dyshormonal and oncological diseases.
– The study of hormones (prolactin, thyroid-stimulating hormone, thyroxine) is necessary to assess the functional state of the mammary glands and thyroid gland, since these organs are closely related to each other (for example, an increase in the level of TSH entails an increase in the level of prolactin and a violation of the state of the mammary glands) .
Free thyroxine is a thyroid hormone that affects the regulation of metabolism in the body. If it is violated, problems arise in the form of multiple cysts of the mammary glands; discharge from the nipples, discomfort and engorgement of the mammary glands; menstrual irregularities, hair loss, etc.
– prolactin – a hormone that affects the state of the mammary glands; milk secretion during breastfeeding; condition of the ducts, discharge from the nipples in non-nursing; irregular menstruation; lack of ovulation, inability to get pregnant; discomfort in the mammary glands; increased sensitivity and engorgement, soreness.
– examination and consultation of a mammologist – it is important to undergo an annual examination by a mammologist to assess the condition of the mammary glands, timely detection of dyshormonal and oncological diseases.