How often should a male testicular and female breast exam be preformed?
Digital rectal examination is done yearly for males 50 and above. Self breast exam monthly for women.Mammograms as early as 35 years old if there is familial history of cancer. 39 years old and above annul mammograms for those not at risk.
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What if you are a female in your twenties and a male the same age is often rude and sarcastic and just mean to you but he told someone that he kind of liked you and should you believe this?
Answer . This guy may like you...but it sounds like he's a total jerk. If he's mean to you he probably isn't worth your time even if he does like you. There are plenty of other men out there who will treat you kindly and truly care about you and show you the right amount of respect. A man who doe…sn't treat you well and respect you doesn't deserve you....\n. \nViola. ( Full Answer )
Oddly enough, all the prior contributions were dealing with breast size, or how bad guys are, or how they are not so bad. As to the question itself, there were no answers addressing it. Breasts are a secondary sex characteristic of women, and it is theorized that they developed to indicate that a w…oman was sexually fertile. While men are attracted to breasts in general, no concrete answer besides that has been found. In essense, it is like asking why men are attracted to women, or why roses smell like roses. Until the scientists learn something new, the answer is "they just are". they arent. they are a part of the body that needs to be there not for people to touch all over and play with. ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
There is very little difference between female or male cats, although it is said male cats can be more affectionate than females, who sometimes tend to be more aloof. When choosing a cat, it is best to find one with a personality that matches your personality and lifestyle. If the cat has been neut…ered at an appropriate time (six months or earlier), there is no real difference between genders. ( Full Answer )
you should get a female if you want it to have puppies or you should get a male if you want to play with your dog all the time i have a male dog
It's really up to what you want in a rat. Females are more active then males. But males are more cuddly then females. Females I've heard are better then males for first time rat owners ,but I got males and they are really awesome. I have never had females so I don't know but from what I've read. Mal…es leave a little sent trail and little dots. Females go in heat. I would go with male rats but i would see a female rat owner too. ( Full Answer )
Bettas are egglayers, not livebearers, so the female will not 'give birth'. Males and females should never be kept together due to aggression. If the female cannot see a male, most of the time she will not fill up with eggs.. If you set out to breed bettas and the female is full of eggs, put her in… a glass jar in the male's tank so they can see but not get to each other. Once the male has blown a large bubblenest, make sure there are plenty of hiding places. Release the female and supervise them closely. The female cannot spawn without the male's help. You will see him wrap himself around her and squeeze the eggs out of her body. After each embrace she will float motionless as if dead for a few moments before recovering. When each squeeze produces no eggs, the male will stop seeing her as a breeding opportunity and start seeing her as a threat to the eggs. He will chase her away violently. It is the female, not the male, that should be removed.. She will be exhausted and probably injured. Salt, melafix, good food and rest will sort her out. Do not spawn her again for at least a month. The male can be left guarding the eggs. He will pick up any that fall out of the nest and put them back. Some males, often inexperienced breeders, will be good parents for some time and then suddenly eat the eggs or fry. For this reason, a lot of breeders either remove the male and lower the water level in the breeding tank, or else remove the eggs, put them in a shallow container and float them in a heated tank. ( Full Answer )
Get a male they are more playful. ________ It is entirely up to the type of dog you want Male: Play full Hard to train aggressive sleepy hungry . Female: Sleepy Hungry play full goes on heat ________ You should spend time with both to decide your personal preference. But some generalities can… be made, they just don't apply to every dog, every breed, or every situation: Male dogs are often more snuggly and cuddly as they get older. Males can be more aggressive to other dogs, especially if not neutered. Males tend to mark their territory more than female dogs, although both will do that, males will more often do it inside if they are intact (not neutered). Intact males can have medical problems from enlarged prostates as they age. Males can get very whiny and agitated when a female in heat is within scenting distance and will mate (in sometimes very sneaky ways) if given any slight chance to get in contact with a female in heat. Males are often better watch dogs, although females with certain personalities or with certain owners (who do not represent themselves as the alpha of the family pack) will also take on that job if they think no one else is. It is not my experience that male dogs are hard to train. Female dogs will have cycles of reproductive symptoms (going into heat and needing "diapers" inside for the small amounts of discharge during their "season", needing to be kept separate from male dogs at those times~ which often is not an easy task, etc.) unless they are properly spayed ("fixed"). They will present you with puppies if you don't spay, which you should always do if you are not planning on a responsible breeding program. Females will more likely kill your grass from their urine since adult males raise their leg and spread their urine in smaller amounts around the property. Females can get vaginal infections so you need to keep watch for those symptoms especially if they are a long-, wiry-, or double-coated breed. They can get breast masses as they age, feel for little B-B sized lumps frequently when you rub their tummies. They can be aggressive to male dogs when "in season." They tend to be a little more aloof. They are equally easy or hard to train as males are, depending on the dog and the trainer. ( Full Answer )
Testicular self-examination From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . Because testicular cancer is a significant killer of teenage boys and grown men, doctors recommend monthly self-examination. Men from puberty onwards should examine their testes after a hot shower or bath, when the scrotum is… looser. They should first examine each testicle separately, feeling for lumps, and then compare them to see whether one is larger than the other. By doing this each month, males will become familiar with what is normal for them. . ( Full Answer )
I have found that male cats are much,much more loving,but are very inclined to stray.. where as female cats can be a little bit uninterested in you,but do stray very often.. but i would have to say get a male cat.
Although males tend to have a longer and more severe course ofschizophrenia, meaning that at any one time more males than femaleswill have schizophrenia, the lifetime incidence of schizophrenia isthe same among both genders.
While he should not "worry" about testicular cancer, every male from puberty until 40 should give himself testicular exams and report any bumps or lumps to his doctor.
It depends what you want to do with it. Females tend to be more active and males tend to enjoy being cuddled...Females do not urine mark as much as males, but urine marking can be controlled by neutering the male.
I think the male should pay for the date because it shows he cares on how you spend your money. Ladies just be careful what you choose it would be mean to pick something high priced just because he has to pay for it.
It really doesn't matter, but females are a bit tidier, don't scent mark as much as males.
That depends.. If you want two rats then get two males , female tend to fight. It doesn't really matter if you get a male or female they have both the same attitude.
breast exam should be done every three months, let your health be your priority check your deodorant if its contains alluminium ziconnium, it causes cancer and the nearest place to your armpit is the breast! Which result to breast cancer.
Why not? Its part of what they train for. Are you saying people should only be treated by doctors of the same sex? Whats next? Would you only want to be treated by a doctor of the same ethnic group too?
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.
i had a chiropractor tell me he could give breast exams. but he could have been lying.
Males need to be kept alone so it is wise to know what you have in order to avoid that problem.
boys because they are more friendly but that does not mean girls are not nice to
Both can make excellent pets. It depends on what you are looking for in a bird. If you are really big on teaching one to talk then a male would be a better choice but there is no guarantee that it will. Females can talk as well but not as clearly as a male. Otherwise I have found both genders to be… easily trained and tamed and great birds to have . ( Full Answer )
You can find articles about it easily online. I wouldn't recommend doing it unless you are in a major risk group, because it turned me into a major hypochondriac...not kidding. And you can damage your testicles if you do it wrong, or excessively.
Of course why not I would love to have a nude female doctor makes it less stress full. I would not have a problem being nude in front of her..after all she is a doctor..
Once a month is a good idea, this way you will know your body and will notice any changes that might occur.
It's a way to examine your own testicles for possible signs of cancer. It's a personal decision as to whether or not you want to do it though, almost every man who does them will become unnecessarily worried, including myself.
They say around 16, but if you don't want to, don't do it. Testicular self exams turned me into a hypochondriac, and I temporarily injured my testicles from becoming so obssessed.
First, a couple years in a row. Then, every four years. Then, you can stop of you ask your doctor around 65
Can a female patient request not to have a female nurse in the room during a pelvic breast exam performed by a male doctor?
She could certainly request that and, for his protection, the physician could certainly refuse to complete the exam without the presence of a witness or chaperone.
For women: Breast self exams 20-25 or so, men can begin testicular self exams around 15-20 although testicular cancer is very rare and usually not detected through self exams.
It doesn't matter that much, it just depends on personal preference, whether or not they get along with each other and with other pets in the family, and if they are neutered/spayed. If they aren't neutered or spayed, you should be sure to get the same gender puppy if you do not want them to bree…d. ( Full Answer )
Is it best to ask to see a male doctor for a testicle exam or should i just book an appointment with my regular female doctor?
If you are worried about your testicles then it is best to first see your primary physician, if they find something wrong or want a second opinion they will refer you to a urologist. If you are asking this question because you are uncomfortable with this type of exam with your female doctor then it …is best to find a new Doctor, one that you are comfortable with. Being comfortable with your doctor is very important, if your comfortable then the whole experience will be much easier on both you and the doctor ( Full Answer )
It depends what you prefer. Personality varies greatly from cat to cat and don't depend on gender. It may be best to look for a cat whose personality matches what you want in a cat, and not just the gender.
Well, guinea pigs, gerbils, and hamsters can die from loneliness, so either get 2 females, or, if you want to start with 2 then get more, get 1 male 1 female. Males, they'll just fight all day and all night long. __________ Male g.pigs are supposed to be more social/friendly than females so it de…pends on which g.pigs you fall in love with when viewing them. Remember male g.pigs can start breeding from like 10 weeks old I remember being told but female g.pigs shouldn't be bred until about a year old. ( Full Answer )
I'm a male who had a very thorough physical by my (new to me) female doctor. Pretty much everything that could be examined, inside and out, was. After meeting my doctor and talking with her about my medical history and current concerns, I felt comfortable enough that I decided to not ask for a chape…rone for the exam. And that's the thing here; there is no hard-fast rule as it has to do more with your or your physician's comfort level. If my doctor felt uncomfortable, she would have likely asked if I minded a nurse in the exam room (would have been okay with me, too). So, there "should" only be another person present if you are uncomfortable being examined alone by your female doc. Don't forget that any doctor sees many patients a day and at the point in their career where they're part of a practice, a body is a body, male or female, and there are certain procedures for examining that body which the doctor goes through. As an aside, my doctor had a great bedside manner, sense of humor, and very good hands. Also, I have to say that she listened much better and took more time during the interview and exam than I had experienced with male doctors. Not sure if this is anyone else's experience but it is what will cause me to keep her as my PCP. Hope this helps a bit... ( Full Answer )
EDIT BY AUTHOR* I'm a beginner and I'm getting 5 guppies. So should I get 1 male and 4 females or 2 males and 3 females?? I don't mind if I have a lot of babies, I'm giving them to good homes anyway. Short answer. Dont get five. Long Answer: You should always have 2 or three females to males. …So I would recommend getting six. Do you know how to raise and birth fry? Or how to take care of them? These are important questions if you are getting different genders. Best of luck to you. ( Full Answer )
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 physical yearly.
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 every year for men over 50.
The testicles are gently rolled and massaged between the fingers and thumb to feel for bumps, swelling, tenderness, or irregularities.
A testicular exam is when you roll your testicles around in your hands to feel for potential cancer/tumors. Is it important? Yes, however it is not as important as breast exams for women, since breast cancer is more common than testicular cancer. It can also lead to hypochondria, so don't do it …unless you're sure that you are comfortable with it. ( Full Answer )
When doing it the male can go how ever fast h elikes. The lady will loveee.
If you are just starting out with llamas, I would say to get a few geldings first, then females then intact males, if that is the best way for you.
Most people would get their eyes checked at least once a year to every eighteen months, but some get appointments as often as every six months. If you have strong vision and no history of eye complications, your expected necessity for eye exams is relatively low.
They should be bred in a small area where you are able to get to them incase a fight breaks out and or in the bucks cage. I would read up on breeding before you try it. It really isn't that easy and then there is care of the newborns that come into play.
once in her life but its better to do it never cuz that way ur might end up makeing more homeless dogs
Yes it does. According to the Colour Blind Awareness website, "approximately 1 in 12 men (8%) and 1 in 200 women in the world" suffer colour blindness.
Not very different actually, both cost about three thousand dollars. There're more factors that determine the cost than the gender, such as the amount and the location.
A man should check for testicular cancer once a year. Testicular cancer is most common among males between the age of 15 to 35 so they should check annually for abnormalities.
Although the golden rule is to trim every 6-8 weeks, you can stillset your own personalized routine