Cancer is hard to discover in your body, and expensive as well, because mostly you need to have a magnet resonance, which is not always covered by your health insurance.
Finding out you have cancer is probably one of the most terrifying things that could happen. But, if you find soon enough, you will be able to treat it and move on with your life.
Bre*st cancer is very often among the women population lately. Actually, it is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, the second leading in cancer deaths.
A study shows that 1/8 of the whole women population in USA will develop bre*st cancer in their lifespan. However, this doesn’t mean that men are excluded from getting bre*st cancer, but the probability is one in a thousand.
Here are few tips and signs that you might have an early stage of bre*st cancer and should check the doctor for further consultations and more accurate diagnose.
Rash and red skin around your nipples
if the rash stays, you should be alarmed. Try eliminating the rush with usual remedies and if stays, consult your doctor.
Your bre*st size changed
This is probably the most common symptom, since cancer is actually additional tissue. You might check if you’re pregnant first – good news come before bad news, right?
Pain that doesn’t go away
If you take off your bra and the pain is still there, even after a couple of days, you should be alarmed and make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.
Inverted nipples that pull inwards
A clear sign of possible cancerogenic tissue development
Your skin texture on your bre*sts changed
Any form of puckering and “orange peel” looking skin is a possible sign for cancer.
If you have some of these symptoms, don’t start medication – ask your doctor for opinion!