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The aim is to spread awareness about the condition that is easy to treat in the early stages and to empower women with information for specific indications before cancer spreads.
Terrified by the global burden of breast cancer, the World Health Organization (WHO) wants all of us to know that breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer and that 2.3 million women will be diagnosed by 2020.
Breast cancer also killed 685,000 people worldwide in the same calendar year. Although the rate of treatment success is high in some cases, due to a lack of awareness, the common signs and symptoms of this condition may go unnoticed which can lead to the development of cancer that spreads and progresses to other stages.
Breast Cancer – Signs And Symptoms
Physical awareness is an important step in ensuring health. It is important to know how healthy couples should look and feel. This can help in examining the breasts for any unusual symptoms. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer that a person should look for:
- Swelling of the breasts or parts of it
- Pain in the chest or parts of it
- The skin shrinks
- Breastfeeding (should not be confused with breast milk)
- Anger, redness, rash
- A significant change in breast size or shape
- The dominant skin on the chest or nipples around
- A lump in the lower back or chest
Each Patient’s Body Is Unique
It is important to note that the symptoms of breast, cancer can vary from person to person. While some people may experience physical and visual symptoms, others may not experience any symptoms until it is too late. This requires the importance of breast screening to prevent adverse conditions. Make sure you stay alert and ignore any unusual signs or symptoms. If you experience a symptom, if any, contact your health care provider immediately.
No Testing Is In Vain
Your doctor can do a clinical test (a physical examination of the breasts). Only if they hear that there is a reason for further investigation, may you recommend testing tests such as mammograms, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), etc.
While it is true that breast, cancer screening cannot prevent the onset of the aforementioned disease, it can help to detect breast cancer early, when it is easier to treat. Talk to your doctor about what breast cancer screening tests are right for you, and when you should be. Save old photos and submit test reports for next year’s exam. Comparing doctor’s judgment.
- Globally, October is considered Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
- Knowing your body is an important step in ensuring good health.
Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions mentioned in this article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Always consult your doctor or dietitian before starting any fitness program or making any changes to your diet.