At Vavilova Medical Center,
our specialist offer breast
ultrasounds to detect and
confirm any abnormalities
that may be present.
You can also get advice on breastfeeding at our clinic.
In what situations can a lactation consultant help you?

  • How to properly attach a baby to the breast
  • Pain during feeding, cracks, burning nipples
  • Lack of milk
  • Excess milk
  • Breast engorgement
  • Lactostasis
  • Mastitis
  • Flat, inverted nipples
  • The child is not gaining weight well
  • How to create a breast milk bank
  • Expressing breast milk
  • Relactation (resumption of feeding after a break)
  • Weaning

You can immediately undergo an ultrasound examination at your appointment.

When to see a doctor?

Detection of lumps or new formations

If you or your doctor have detected any lumps, tumors, bumps, or other unusual formations in the breast, ultrasound can help determine their structure and nature.

Mammographic anomalies

If mammography reveals anomalies or uncertainties, additional ultrasound may be used for a more detailed assessment of areas requiring further examination.

Breast pain or discomfort

If you frequently experience pain, discomfort, or unpleasant sensations in the breast, ultrasound can help identify their causes, such as cysts or other formations.

Unclear mammography results

Sometimes mammography results can be ambiguous or difficult to interpret. Ultrasound can be used for additional evaluation and clarification of the diagnosis.

Monitoring changes in the breast

If you have a history of changes in the breast or are at risk, your doctor may recommend regular ultrasounds to monitor the condition of the breast.

Investigation of lumps or cysts:

If you have discovered cysts or lumps in the breast, ultrasound can help determine their nature, size, and structure.
Suspicion of breast cancer
If there is suspicion of breast cancer or you are at risk, ultrasound can be used as an additional diagnostic method or for monitoring.