Introduction: Mastitis


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Mastitis: Mastitis is a breast infection or inflammation that mostly occurs in breast-feeding mothers. The typical presentation is a young lactating women with mastitis symptoms such as fever, flu-like symptoms, and breast tenderness and/or breast redness. In such cases, mastitis often progresses rapidly over hours, and it is common for breast-feeding mothers to try to fight off the fever (which may precede any breast redness), and the fever then rapidly progresses to more severe symptoms such as high fever, chills, nausea, and so on. Early treatment of mastitis is desirable for practical comfort in treatment of fever, and avoidance of the complications of mastitis.

Researching symptoms of Mastitis: Further information about the symptoms of Mastitis is available including a list of symptoms of Mastitis, other diseases that might have similar symptoms in differential diagnosis of Mastitis, or alternatively return to research other symptoms in the symptom center.

Misdiagnosis and Mastitis: Research more detailed information about misdiagnosis of Mastitis, underlying causes of Mastitis (possibly misdiagnosed), or research misdiagnosis of other diseases

Treatments for Mastitis: Various information is available about treatments available for Mastitis, prevention of Mastitis, or research treatments for other diseases.

Causes of Mastitis: Research more detailed information about the causes of Mastitis, other possibly hidden causes of Mastitis, or other general information about Mastitis.

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Last revision: June 2, 2003

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