6 Treatments of Fibroadenoma

2. Supportive Care

If a woman believes she has a fibroadenoma, she may be scared of the possibility that it is not merely a fibroadenoma and is indeed a malignant tumor. The ambivalent time before getting tested and finding out the test results is scary and can even be depressing. If there is no mental health, there is no health at all. It is vital for women to receive support from genuine friends, close acquaintances, and immediate family to help her get through that time. If the support from the people around them is not alleviating the stress or they have no supportive people in their life, counseling and support groups are available.