I'm not sure about nodules, maybe it's the inflammation (white blood cells attacking the infection for a hardness). I noticed my abscesses are first red areas, that turn reddish-purple then fill with pus. Then I have the surgeon drain it.
thank you for your answer!
what I mean with nodules are
solid in the mammary gland and after some weeks they start turning pink then red and become abscesses. Right now I have 4 (very small) not ready to convert in abscesses, the rest of them have healed.
I have my Doctor doing a needle aspiration every time I need it, they don't want to "cut" the abscess as it may take longer to heal.
I know may sound weird, but I am doing Bee Venom tratement and I am off the drugs right now, my joint pain has gone and my breast is slowing down the processes.
Thanks a lot for your response
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