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Breasts and Men
Because men’s bodies were never designed to be able to breastfeed infants, men do not share the same complex breast growth and development that ...
Is A Breast Reduction Right For You
Women who seek breast reduction surgery usually do so because they have over-sized breasts, a condition that is also known as breast ...
A Third Breast Implant Option
A new silicone-gel breast implant received conditional approval Friday from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be used for breast ...
Breast Cancer Screening
A new study from Yale University has raised new questions about the benefits of the newest technological tools used in the breast cancer ...
Perfect Breasts and Aging
A recent study found that breast feeding, daily moisturizing and hormone replacement therapy all contribute to a woman's breasts aging more ...
Breast Pain: Lumps and Cysts
Breast Cancer is a scary disease affecting women across the world. Lucky for us, this particular type of cancer is very curable if it is caught early. The best way to catch this cancer is knowing your body, and being aware of breast pain and symptoms associated with it.
Breast pain is very common among women of all ages. With symptoms ranging from extreme tenderness to a sharp burn, reason for these vary. These pains are most common in younger, pre menopausal women. Breast pain is difficult, because there is very little relief available. Sometimes topical anti inflammatory medication can be applied. Danazol is a drug specifically developed for breast pain. Most of the time, this does not signify any sort of cancer, however, the uneasy feeling it gives women is undeniable.
Self breast exams are key. If you notice any breast lump or changes you must immediately consult with your physician. However, breast tissue does change throughout a woman’s life. Estrogen and progesterone (hormones) fluctuate during menstrual cycles, also causing a pain.
Breast Cysts are oval lumps that are actually fluid filled sacs in your breast. They range from feeling like a mini water balloon to a hard rock. Cysts are most common in women between the ages of 30-50 and are likely to disappear post menopause. Unless it is extra uncomfortable and causing your breast a lot of pain, cysts do not typically require treatment. If they do however, draining the fluid from the cyst will give you some relief.
Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Wondering what Digital Breast Tomosynthesis is all about? You are not the only one. This newer solution to breast imagining eliminates the ...
Breast Cancer Statistics
Unfortunately, it is estimated that there will be 226,870 new cases of invasive breast cancer among ...
Know Your Breast Augmentation Basics
If you've decided that you'd like to undergo breast augmentation, it is time to schedule an initial consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon ...
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