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Why is a breast exam needed and how often should it be done?
The Importance of Breast Examinations Breast examination is a way in which early changes can be detected, as survival chances are excellent if cancers are detected early. Self-examination should be done monthly, just after a period. If you would like to learn how to do this, see the Web Link to the left. This should not replace examination by a doctor, which should be done yearly for women over 40, and three-yearly before this. These checks may need to be more frequent if you have significant risk factors, so ask your doctor how often it should be performed. Self examination should also not replace mammograms as lumps can be easily missed while some types of cancer will not show up as a lump.
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Routine physical examinations performed by physicians are recommended every three years for men in their twenties and thirties, every two years for men in their forties, and e…very year for men over 50.
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Alignments the manufacture suggests every 6 months. I work at a place that does alignments and I only do them if I see irregular tire wear (might be too late at this poi…nt), or if the truck pulls, but the alignment could be out and the vehicle goes straight down the road. So there is no Good answer. I would at least get an alignment done when new tires are installed and/or new front end parts are done. Hope this helps.
If, as you say, it needs doing then it should be done as soon as possible. Brake fluid seldom needs changing though it does degenerate over time, mainly by absorbing moistur…e. The precise detail will be in your manual. The fluid reservoir needs checking topping up occasionally and certainly will require it after a brake pad change.
Pets need a fecal exam every six months.
Once a year.
First, a couple years in a row. Then, every four years. Then, you can stop of you ask your doctor around 65
Most infants should get a physical examination every few months. Many disease processes can affect height, weight and head circumferance. Early detection of these concerns can… make all the difference in treatment. Older childrens should be seen every year by their medical doctor.
Several medical professional organizations recommend annual eye exams. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment of eye conditions is the best way to curtail conditions that cause… blindness. Early diagnosis can only occur if a patients participates in regular eye exams. Contact lens wearers should see their eye doctor annually. Those with certain conditions, and those at high risk for certain conditions may need to see their doctor more frequently.
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a testicular exam should be done once a month
It is done at your doctor's office during a routine physical. The doctor's gloved finger is inserted into the rectum to check for abnormalities. You should get a routine physi…cal yearly.
Depending on the type of device that you are using to make your backups, backups can be quite time consuming, and are somewhat inconvenient to both produce, and to resto…re from. There is a third step that virtually NOBODY does, which is actually essential, at least from time to time, and certainly the very first time. That step is to VERIFY that the backup is able to be used! I hate to say that even DAT tapes would sometimes not work all that well, and if I hadn't TESTED the backup, I would have never known that they weren't working. Let's say you have a CDR for a backup device. I've just recently found that my wife's CDR recorder is also a DVD recorder. I suspect that because of the greater data density on a DVD that it isn't QUITE as reliable as a CD burner as the manufacturer expected (HP). Consequently, I am totally unable to use CDs burned on her computer for ANY other computer, and sometimes, not even on hers. If I had ONLY this device as a backup, and if I never tested them, I would not have any idea that the "backups" that I was making were useless the day they were burned. Factoring in YOUR personal tolerance for making, testing and becoming familiar with the process, decide which is worse, making a backup, or LOSING the entire work you've done since the last USABLE backup. My rule of thumb is to "Make a backup whenever you'd feel badly if you lost all the work you've done since the last, KNOWN usable backup." If you are a business and have more than a very few transactions per day, there is no question. You make a backup EVERY DAY! That is simply a no brainer. It costs SO little to make a backup, and the inconvenience to you and to your customers is SO great if you lose your financial data, that you simply do it, just as you have your trash hauled off weekly. You can be skillful about it. I used an interesting system to reduce my media expense, which back in the 90's was more of a factor than it is today. With 5 tapes (or other reusable media), I could keep my data fairly secure. Call the media A,B,C,D, and E. Monday Use media A Tuesday Use media B Wednesday Use media A Thursday Use media B Friday Use media C End of month, use media D or E Take home media E or D, (the opposite of what you just recorded above). This gives you a backup that is never more than a day old, insurance against defective backups that is never more than 1 week old, an end of month closing media, which is alternated with the offsite backup (in case of fire or theft) that is no more than 2 months old. With this system, you can recover from all but the very worst disasters very quickly. Naturally, you need to test the media periodically, to detect early signs of wear. If you have a "verify" mode, set that to on, and your software should be able to tell you whether or not you have a reliable copy or not. Take an idle computer system (get one for free at a recycle shop if need be) and once or twice a year, perform a "restore" on your sacrificial system, and operate it for a few minutes. If all your data is intact, and you see nothing out of place, you are probably being proactive enough. Watch out for viruses! If you GET a virus, your backup WILL be infected! The more backups you make WITH an infected computer, the harder it will be to eliminate the virus entirely. The virus ISN'T gone until the backups are clean also... Swapping a hard drive is probably the fastest backup you could make. It involves some inconvenience and expense to set up, but is probably a good deal easier than restoring backup media. I saw a 1.0 TERRABYTE external drive on 2009Jun03 at Staples for $129.99 + tax, which was a closeout price. I suspect that a business could buy 5 of those and forget about any problems for a LONG time!
i had a chiropractor tell me he could give breast exams. but he could have been lying.