Women should continue to wear bras if they want to because there is no evidence whatever to associate bras with breast cancer. This theory was developed by Syd Singer and Soma Grismaijer who wrote a book called Dressed to Kill, claiming that bras constrict breast tissue and block lymph drainage, causing chemical toxins to remain in the breast.
Another myth that is associated with this disease is that if one has found a lump during an examination, it is cancer. Again, this is not always the case. In fact, both men and women can develop lumps in their breast tissue for a variety of reasons and only a doctor can determine whether or not a lump is cancerous. Other identified lumps in breast tissue are caused by the formation of cysts, natural fibrocystic changes, fibroadenomas, low grade infections, calcium deposits and minor injuries to breast tissue.
The risk increases with your age. It may also be hereditary. At some point of time 1 in 10 women develop breast cancer. The chance of developing it increases after menopause. If you had early puberty or late menopause, you had your first child after your age touched 30 then you may get breast cancer. The chances reduce if you had your first child before 18 years of age, you had a short menstrual cycle, you have a large family.
Breast cancer risk is higher among women whose close blood relatives have this disease. The relatives can be from either the mother’s or father’s side of the family. Woman with cancer in one breast has a greater chance of getting a new cancer in the other breast or in another part of the same breast. This is different from the first cancer coming back Many experts now believe that the main reason for this is because they have faster growing tumors. Asian, Hispanic, and American Indian women have a lower risk of getting breast cancer.
Finding a lump in your breast a scary experience for any woman indeed. The good news is, although a lump in your breast could mean cancer the facts show that most breast are not cancerous. Most oncologists will tell you that the only thing worse than finding cancerous lumps in your breast is not finding them! Early detection is so important to treating and curing breast cancer.
However, no matter how small, breast cyst during menopause must be detected so that one may know whether they are cancer inducing or not. For this, a detection process has to be followed. This can be done by one’s own self if one knows what the symptoms of a breast cyst are.
Sometimes lumps in the breast can be nothing by a type of cyst, which is just a type of sac that is filled with fluid. That is simple to take care of and can be done quickly and painlessly by just inserting a needle into it and removing the fluid that is accumulating in it. If there is no fluid to be found then they can still use that needle to take a small tissue sample to be tested for cancer, which is called a biopsy.
Pregnancy – the average couple who have intercourse the average number of times, which is 2.5 times per week will conceive 90 percent of the time in one year, in two years 95 percent. But you still have ten percent that are not going to conceive in one year. So one year of lack of conception is not an infertility concern in my mind. So my advice is just continue trying, don’t worry about the cyst, and hopefully pregnancy number three will be absolutely normal.
Vaginal bleeding has a dual nature – it is one of the side-effects of ovarian cysts and also a symptom. Once vaginal bleeding is noticed, it is important to keep track of it as it will help immensely in understanding how serious the ovarian cyst is. If blood is noticed to flow from the vagina at times when the woman is not in the menstrual cycle, urgent medical attention should be sought.
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