Mastopathy, or breast disorders, is a benign mammary gland disease linked to hormonal disbalance. Mastopathy is a common disease - nearly every other woman faces this diagnosis. The menstrual cycle is directly linked to changes in sex hormones, and on different days of the cycle a woman may notice that her breasts became too sensitive or painful.
Symptoms of mastopathy:
Mastopathy cause a drop in the level of oestrogen in the blood, causing pain that should not be ignored. In case of pain, you should see a gynaecologist and have the necessary tests - ultrasonography (USG) of the breast glands and mammography. In 90% of cases of mastopathy, cysts are also found in the breast.
Causes of mastopathy:
If mastopathy is not detected and treated in a timely manner, it may contribute to breast cancer, so it is important to perform breast self - examination once a month – in the first week after periods. If you don't know how to do it properly, ask the gynecologist.
When using the fibre complex RTS FIBER WFf:
Course duration: 3 months. The first three weeks are taken 5 g twice a day, regardless of the meal. Then 5 g once a day. After the RTS FIBER WFf course, it is recommended to take 5 g of fibre once a week to maintain the results We recommend repeating the full course a year later.
We also recommend taking other RTS FIBER fibre products to improve intestinal function, boost metabolism and provide the body with the nutrients it needs.
RTS FIBER W improves gastrointestinal function, promotes cholesterol removal, reduces constipation and promotes regular abdominal exits.
RTS FIBER G supplies the body with vitamins and minerals, restores the elasticity of blood vessels, strengthens the heart muscle, improves thyroid function.
RTS FIBER B improves pancreatic function, normalizes blood glucose levels, reduces inflammatory processes.
RTS FIBER Y contains the necessary amino acids, improves metabolism, contains natural vitamin D and squalene that supplies each cell in the body with oxygen.
Always consult your doctor to clarify your diagnosis and possible treatment.