Both remedies are equally effective. According to the reviews of women who took both Mastofit and Mastodinon, the drugs have the same effect – after the course of therapy, chest pains noticeably decreased, coarsening of the mammary glands disappeared, cysts and tumors either disappeared or decreased in size. However, for many women, these funds caused an increase in weight – this is due to the fact that due to hormonal changes, appetite increases and the woman begins to eat more.
“Mastofit” is suitable for those who have a risk of developing mastopathy (as a prophylactic), as well as unpleasant symptoms in the area of the mammary glands. “Mastodinon” is more aimed at treating mastopathy and corpus luteum insufficiency (including pathologies associated with it).
If a woman suffers from alcoholism, often drinks alcohol, or has recently undergone a course of treatment for alcohol dependence, then Mastodinon drops are contraindicated, since they are based on ethyl alcohol. Also, they can not be taken with malignant lesions of the mammary glands or suspicion of them.
If the patient has lactose intolerance, then she is prescribed either Mastodinon drops or Mastofit tablets, since they do not contain lactose.
“Mastofit” cream can be used before the onset of menstruation if pain and engorgement of the milk glands are disturbed.
It must be remembered that before using any remedy it is necessary to consult a doctor in order to avoid complications and side effects.
Women’s health is very fragile, and you need to carefully take care of it. If you are concerned about chest pain, swelling of the mammary glands and other unpleasant symptoms, these are the first symptoms of mastopathy. For its treatment, herbal preparations have been created that help not only eliminate tumors in the chest, but also normalize the menstrual cycle. Which one is better and more effective can be found in this article.
Biologically active food supplement (BAA), designed for women. It is used to treat mastopathy. It contains a complex of plant components that have a therapeutic effect:
- Broccoli cabbage – has an antitumor effect, promotes the healing of female mammary glands.
- Fucus vesiculus extract – is a source of natural iodine, the lack of which leads to hormonal disorders and diseases of the thyroid and mammary glands.
- Sacred Vitex (Pruneus) extract is a source of iridoids and diterpenes, which inhibit the synthesis of the hormone prolactin.
The tool is available in the form of tablets and cream. The cream helps to reduce swelling in the tissues of the mammary glands and normalize the metabolic processes in them. Tablets and cream can be used together – they enhance the effect of each other.
Indications for use:
- As an additional source of iridoids.
- Breast engorgement.
- The risk of developing mastopathy.
- Various forms of mastopathy (nodular, cystic, ordinary).
- Correction of symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
The drug is contraindicated in case of individual intolerance to the components that make up its composition during pregnancy and lactation.
It is made in Russia. It is released without a prescription (it is not a medicine).
Combined homeopathic medicine. Helps reduce prolactin synthesis. It normalizes the synthesis of gonadotropic hormones of the pituitary gland, which leads to the elimination of yellow body insufficiency and the treatment of menstrual irregularities and infertility. Contains a complex of plant components:
- Vitex Sacred (Thistle).
- Blue cohosh.
- Cyclamen purple.
- The throat is bitter.
- Iris is multi-colored.
- Lily tiger.
Available in the form of tablets and drops for internal use.
Indications for use:
- Premenstrual syndrome (breast swelling, irritability, nervousness, headaches, constipation, migraines, etc.).
- Fibrocystic mastopathy.
- Menstrual irregularities, infertility caused by corpus luteum insufficiency.
The tool is contraindicated in case of intolerance to the components that make up it, during pregnancy and breastfeeding, under the age of 12 years. Drops are contraindicated in malignant tumors of the mammary glands. Tablets are contraindicated in case of lactose intolerance, lactase deficiency, glucose-galactose malabsorption.
It is made in Germany. It is released without a prescription.
Both remedies are intended exclusively for women – they help in the treatment of mastopathy and eliminate the symptoms of this disease. Their action is provided by a decrease in prolactin production.
Means, despite a similar effect, belong to different groups. Mastofit tablets are a dietary supplement, and Mastodinon is a homeopathic medicine. Both contain barley extract, due to which there is a decrease in prolactin synthesis. The remaining components are different.
There are also the following similarities:
- Indications for use: therapy and prevention of mastopathy, correction of manifestations of premenstrual syndrome.
- Contraindications: intolerance to components, pregnancy, lactation. If pregnancy occurs during the course of treatment, then treatment must be discontinued.
- OTC release form.
Different forms of release. “Mastofit” is available in the form of tablets and cream, and “Mastodinon” in the form of tablets and drops – the external form of the drug does not exist.
A feature of “Mastodinon” is that it is also used to treat infertility. If it is caused by insufficiency of the corpus luteum of the ovaries, the drug is able to correct this problem and help conceive a child.
“Mastofit” is produced by the Russian company “Evalar”, and “Mastodinon” is produced in Germany by the company “Bionorika”.
The duration of treatment with “Mastofit” is at least 2 months, and “Mastodinone” is at least 3. A persistent improvement is observed after 6 weeks of taking the drug.