How often should someone get breast cancer checks?
You should get screened for breast cancer at least once every one to two years. The breast cancer screen is usually conducted by your family physician.
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Answer . If you don't have a history of it in your family (could be genetic) then a once a year physical by your doctor and your dentist should be checking for cancer of the mouth when you go for your yearly checkups.
Life is like a casino, and sometimes you throw craps and sometimes seven and eleven are the only stones that appear. Science and medicene are improving routinely. Early diagnosis means early treatment, early treatment almost assures survival, More then 90 percent of all victims of this disease that …seek and receive treatment survive for ten or more years. ( Full Answer )
It depends how much water did you drink before that. Water is also eliminated from the body in the form of sweat. Also if you drink coffee or tea the number of times spent peeing increases. It is different from a person to another, but 15 times a day is still OK
various time but if you go to a support tent that has breast oil and pamphlets explaining you only have to check yourself and get comfortable with the feeling on how to do it your self.
You should check your brakes at least one time each year. Youshould also check them whenever you have your tires rotated.
You can feel it by lumpiness and it warmer around the area and it is scaly
You should check your mirrors every 8-10 seconds and when entering a road way, changing lanes etc. You should also have your mirrors adjusted properly so you do not have to look over your shoulder to check them. There is no blind spot on a car. Move your mirror out, you'll see more stuff. There i…s info online about how to adjust your mirror so you don't have a blind spot. Once you do that, scan them often. What is the point of a mirror if you don't use it? edit: The guy that originally posted this is not correct. You should indeed check your mirrors every 8-10 seconds to see everything happening around you but there is no way to adjust the mirrors to eliminate the blind spot. You need special mirrors to eliminate the blind spot. ( Full Answer )
I've done research and they say the average life expectancy for "secondary bone cancer from primary breast cancer" is 2 years from diagnosis depending on treatments, and 20% of these people can live up to 5 years.
SAVE THE TAâ¥TAS ******* When you're checking for breast cancer there are several meathods you can go about using. BSE ( breast self exams) should be repeated the same day of every month a year and is best to do after your mensrual period. Also, annualy mammograms will help to detect breast ca…ncer. . 1. Lying down :. Place a pillow under your right shoulder. Put your right hand under your head. check your entire breast area with the fingers of your right hand. Use small circles and follow an up and down pattern. Use light,medium, and firm pressure over each area of your breast. gently squeeze the nipple for any discharge. Then repeat the steps with your left breast.. 2. Infront of a mirror: . Put your hands to your sides, and look at your breasts for any changes in size, shape and color of each breast. Check for puckering, dimpling, or changes in the texture of your skin. By gently squeezing both nipples, look for discharge. repeat the exam with your hands on you hips then above your head.. 3. In the shower: . I feel that in the shower is the best meathod to use. the wetness of the shower will make it easier for you to feel lumps on and around your breast area. Put your right hand under your head. check your entire breast area with your fingers of your left hand. use small circles and follow and up and down pattern. Use light,medium, and firm pressure over each area of your breast. Gently squeeze the nipple for any discharge. Repeat the steps with your left breast. ( Full Answer )
you should supposrt breast cancer survivers because they fought hard....made it through something unbearable......and not everyone has the chance to tell their story....some people lose their lives to this cancer.....if u fought it...tell ur story.....and help support breast cancer!
There is in no-way, shape or form, that you can catch any type of cancer, it it's a natural disease, only way you can get it is if you were born from someone who has had it in their lifetime, even then the chances are slim.
A Breast Cancer that has spread to the lungs is still considered Breast cancer,not Lung Cancer. It is described as a breast cancer that has been metastizied. That's is METS. Once Breast Cancer has spread beyond the breast it is considered Stage 4 and is no longer considered curable.It can definite…ly be treated and I know women who have Mets who are still alive many years later.They do need treatment but there are many different ways to treat it. I know a woman who was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer 19 years ago and she is still alive and living a good life. ( Full Answer )
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.
with more and more toxins filling the air and water food and drink someday people will be born with cancer.thats why we need to spread the word of rick simpson and get everyone you now to watch "running from the cure"PEACE.
Look for physical changes. Notice any changes in the size, shape or color of your breasts. Look for signs of swelling, redness, dimpling, puckering or development of a rash in the skin. Note if your nipple has changed color, position, turned inward, become itchy, scaly or painful. Also examine your …nipple for any signs of a watery, milky, yellowish or bloody discharge. Do this exam in front of a mirror with your arms down by your sides and then again with your arms lifted overhead.Feel for abnormalities in the breasts. Lie down and use the opposite hand to breast. For example, use your right hand to examine your left breast. Check a large square area that encompasses all of the breast tissue. This runs a width from your armpit to your breastbone and then from your collarbone to your bra line (where the bottom of your bra would touch). Use the pads of three fingers to make small dime-size circles. Start in one area of the breast. In each area you test, make three circles. Do the first circle with a light touch, the second with a medium touch and then one circle with deeper pressure. As you move from one area to another, keep your finger pads in contact with your skin. Move in an up-and-down pattern.Examine under your armpits. Feel for abnormalities in this area as you did in your breasts, by making small circles. Notice any firm lumps or areas that feel thicker than others. When you lift your arm to examine underneath, just lift it slightly and avoid straightening your arm all the way up. According to the American Cancer Society, "raising your arm straight up tightens the tissue in this area and makes it harder to examine ( Full Answer )
Depending on the severity of the breast cancer the treatments usually are Mastectomy , lumpectomy, chemo therapy and radiation. Different combinations of the treatments are used. The doctor should explain ALL of them.
To start with, see your doctor, he or she will then recommend tests that are available to get a proper diagnosis. If you feel a lump, that does NOT mean it is cancer. Mammogram, Ultrasound and biopsy will be necessary to confirm your suspicion. The sooner you see your doctor the better, there are ma…ny treatment options available today . ( Full Answer )
Once a month is a good idea, this way you will know your body and will notice any changes that might occur.
The brake system along with a complete safety inspection of the vehicle should be done at each oil change (aprox every 5K or once a year).
Assuming there are no other health concerns, then once a year would be adequate. These days you can do it yourself at those booths that are in most pharmacies.
Tough question! Digoxin is a quirky drug. It has a very tight blood level of effectiveness between not working at all and being toxic. Additionally, blood levels can be affected by other drugs and conditions. For example, calcium levels and thyroid function can greatly affect the required dose of di…goxin. I am afraid only your doctor can answer this question. Your doc is the only one who knows you well enough. However, the fact that your SVT is controlled is a good sign! ( Full Answer )
No one knows for sure, but genetics is a strong contributing factor. In other words, if your relatives have had breast cancer, you have a much higher chance of developing it than a person with no relatives who have had it.
well it depends if your checking to see if its hurting your horse...every maybe 30 minutes.....
It depends on what kind of messages you are mostly receiving. If they include information that has to be acted on that same day, you should check it every hour or two. If it is less critical mail, general correspondence, or recurring messages (such as bills, ads, and attachments), then every day or …two is sufficient. ( Full Answer )
Be there for the person , Make sure they know they have a reason to live, tell them all the things in life that are special. good luck!.
No of course not. First of all, cancer is not contagious, and second the cancer is located on the inside so touching the breast isn't dangerous at all.
breast cancer and cancer is very hard to handle when you are someone out there suffering so please please help breast cancer and cancer please help just by doing that your making one ignoramus difference in our live and the planets so please please please help if would mean the life to me thank you …very much love Dais y T . ( Full Answer )
Large tumors are difficult to remove with good cosmetic results. This is especially true if the woman has small breasts.
No. Breast cancer is not caused by the twisting of the breasts. Although you can tell whoever is doing that to you that it does so maybe they'll quit being a theis and stop doing that!
You should normally check its teeth each week or two, if its brown consult a vet if you think you need to consult one if its white you are fine. Otherwise check it each month its recommended that you check it each month because your hamster shouldn't really eat unhealthy food e.g chips, cookies, bi…scuits unless it was for a treat. ( Full Answer )
You should ideally check your fencing daily, but at least every time that you're out with the horses. All it really takes is a glance around to see if any rails are down. It only takes a little time that a fence is down for the whole herd of horses to go trotting off into the sunset.
It is good to do a self breast exam once a month. Do this by lifting your arm over your head and gently pressing with the other hand. If you feel anything out of the ordinary call your doctor. Your OB can also give you tips on a self exam.
Most veterinarians will say once a year, but there are some that say twice a year is best. Normally when dogs need to have shots the veterinarian does a quick check up anyways, but just like humans, a dog should have a yearly "physical" just to make sure that everything is as it should be.
"In my opinion, breast cancer patients who would like breast implants should be offered them free of charge."
There is no set guidelines for how often you should use spellcheck. Generally you could consider using spellcheck at the end of every paragraph. But really, it's entirely up to you.
I check mine every other day, and keep a good tire gauge in each car.
To conduct a self-exam for breast cancer, the person should lie on a bed with the arm of the side of the breast being checked raised to above your head. The person should then proceed to start from the center and press down on the breast with the fingertips and spiral out from there at short interva…ls to check for lumps. When done, repeat on the other side. The person should then stand up and face the mirror and visually check the breasts for any odd asymmetries, puckering or leakage from the nipples (assuming one is not currently breastfeeding). Any lumps or atypical appearances should be noted and a physician should be consulted to conduct additional tests. ( Full Answer )
If the cancer is detected in time, it allows applying medicaltreatments that prevent its evolution and thus be able to continuewith your life in a normal way.
One can find photos of breast cancer on image sites like imgur or flickr. One may also find these images on sites relating to breast cancer such as The American Cancer Society.
It is important to regularly run checks on one's computer to keep it performing it's best, especially virus checks. Once per week should be sufficient unless one notices something out of the ordinary like slower performance, pop-ups or page redirects.
This actually if caught in time can put the cancer into remission and if the cancer is caught early the survivor rate is excellent if caught in time but there allots of breast cancer survivors.
A good diet is a key to helping prevent breast cancer, as well as helping alleviate many of the symptoms associated with a breast cancer diagnosis. The best recommendations for diet should be made by a registered dietician, medical doctor, or an oncologist.
Breast cancer genetic testing benefits women by giving them the information they need to adjust medical and lifestyle choices to best fit their situation. Genetic testing also helps put the mind at ease rather than wondering what their genetic background is.
The Red Cross is a non-profit that provides information about the causes of breast cancer. Many hospitals have support groups that give information about the disease also. Perhaps, the best place for an individual to get specific information about their own vulnerability to the causes of breast can…cer is a primary care doctor. ( Full Answer )
How often one should have a review or a follow-up visit with a doctor or surgeon after breast augmentation surgery can vary depending on each individual case. It is best to simply consult with the surgeon on how often one should have a follow-up visit.
Nipple retraction is rarely a sign of breast cancer, and is only clinically significant if the nipple used to "stick out" and is now retracted. If it was always retracted, there is no cause for concern.
Details concerning how individuals develop breast cancer can be found on the websites of medical organizations such as the UK National Health Service and the American Cancer Society.
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.
A woman should be checked for breast cancer by her physician once every year, even if she feels healthy. It's better to start checking for breast cancer at the age of 20 and from there on every year. Since according to the experts if a female does has breast cancer its better to catch it at its earl…y stages. ( Full Answer )
Checking your breasts won't prevent breast cancer, but it may help with early diagnosis and treatment. If you've got breasts, you're not too young or too old to familiarize yourself with how your breasts normally look and feel. Monthly breast self exams are a good way to do that. If you find a… lump, don't jump to conclusions - most breast lumps are noncancerous - but report breast changes and lumps to your doctor so you can find out for sure. Guidelines have changed from time to time. Currently, The American Cancer Society recommends yearly mammograms beginning at age 40; and clinical breast exams every three years in your 20s and 30s, and every year after age 40. Women at high risk for breast cancer may need to begin cancer screening earlier. Consult with your doctor. ( Full Answer )