Mammograms are the screening test of choice. Most expert groups no longer recommend monthly self-exams for breast cancer screening. To date, no study has shown that breast self-exams reduce a woman's risk of dying from breast cancer. While women used to be encouraged to check their breasts regularly for changes and abnormalities, this can increase the chance of needing an unnecessary breast biopsy, which can be associated with increased anxiety, expense, and pain.
Thanks hun. You are very sweet person . I miss her all the time. We should be friends u are a nice person to talk to
2019 dec 23. Yes she my only child I miss my daughter so much.
Shingles is very painful yes it is . I’m still recovering Of it . My ear is getting little better it’s gonna take a couple weeks to go down . My ictching on my head 3 or 4 months to go away . My daughter was 12 when she died She had an ammonia a virus and her heart was so weak . I miss her so much . 2019 dec
I’m recovering of shingles . It’s healjng , it was bad before , didn’t have all over my body . But I’m taking medications for it. The itching bad 3 months or so . But I’ll be ok . I’m have to think positive. I worry about lots of things. My daughter passes away so she always on my mind .
Yes I get scare none of my family has breast cancer or lumps . But I feel more comfortable having my husband . He tells me .
I don't do self breast exam my hubby does it for me , I'm scared to do it on my own
I thought I'd add a little incentive to do these self breast checks. My sister in law does them and she found a lump. It prompted her to go get a mammogram. She then was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer. She has had treatment and is in full remission and it has been just over years. She caught it very early with a very good prognosis because of that. Do your checks!