• Hyperplasia of mammary gland causing breast lumps

    The mammary gland is a gland located in the breasts of females that is responsible for lactation, or the production of milk.


    Both males and females have glandular tissue within the breasts; however, in females the glandular tissue begins to develop after puberty in response to estrogen release. Mammary glands only produce milk after childbirth.

    Precancerous cells, lumps and lesions can be commonly in middle-aged women. In some instance, breast with dark colorisation and deep color is formed by enlargement of the gland.

    Acupuncture treatment can offer a therapeutic effect. It can reduce the blood flow resistance index in the hyperliferative mammary gland, improve wellness of mammary tissue, promote lymph drainage and decrease the ‘dark degree’ of the gland.



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