Breast Cancer Awareness- Be Aware of Breast
Know what your breasts look like and how they feel, and are regularly checking, can help you to know that something is wrong. Find out what to see with changes in new bales and shapes.
Not all changes are a sign of breast cancer …
Be Aware of Breast
Early detection of cancer can mean that treatment is more effective. Knowing how your breasts normally feel, will help you become aware of any unusual changes. Not all changes are a sign of breast cancer. Some women have chest or thickness of breast tissue, which is normal.
Find out what your breasts look and feel. They can change their appearance and experience at different times of the menstrual cycle.
In the day before the period starts, the milk producer tissue becomes active in the breast. Some women have found that their breasts look tender and lumpy at this time, especially near the adjacent.
After a hysterectomy, the breast usually shows the same monthly changes as long as your period does not stop naturally.
After menopause, activity in the milk producer tissue is closed. Normal breasts can not feel soft, less firm and weird.
If you are 50 years of age or older, take part in regular breast screening.
Breast awareness means:
- To know what is normal for you
- To feel them by looking at their breasts
- What changes are there to know
- Reporting any changes without delay
- If you are 50 or older, take part in regular breast screening.
Changes in Breast
Be aware of the following changes in your breasts:
- Changes in the outline or shape of the breast, especially due to the movements of the hands or the lifting of the breast
- Changes in skin appearance or feeling, such as picking or dipping
- Inconvenience or pain in a breast which is unusual, especially if it is new and continuous
- Any new lump, thickness or bumpy terrain in a breast or adjacent area, which is different from the other breast and the same part of the armpit
- Nipple discharge that is new to you and not milky
- Nipple bleeding
- Nipple on moist, red area that are not easily cured
- Any change in nipple position, such as stretching or pointing individually
- A bang on or near the nipple.
If you see any of these changes, see your doctor or specialist as soon as possible.