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breast care- common breast disease, breast self-examination process, all about breast cancer

a to z breast care- sagging breast, breast disease and remedies, Breast cancer- symptoms and preventive measures
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Start breast care- common breast disease, breast self-examination process, all about breast cancer

Every woman thinks that her beauty should last forever. For this, women's needs to keeps their body fit and fine. Breasts are the most attractive part of the women's body. Breasts work to elevate a woman's body. Having loose breasts is a sign of a lack of confidence. Breasts should always be stiff and tight.

Every woman wants her breasts to be attractive. But often breasts become loose with age. women always use different types of bras to make their breasts look tighter. But there are some home remedies women can use to make their saggy breasts tighter and curvier.

Some home remedies for sagging breasts

Papaya:



Finely chop the papaya. Mix turmeric and lemon juice in it. Whisk all the mixture well. Massage for 10 minutes. Leave the mixture on the breasts for 10 minutes. Then rinse with clean water.

• Eggs:

Egg whites can be mixed with lemon juice to harden the body. So in a way the skin shrinks a little and becomes healthy. Gently massage while using on breasts. Leave it for a while and wash it off after a while.

Finely chop the egg yolk and cucumber together. Gently apply the mixture to the breasts in a circular motion for 10 minutes. The skin will soften and then the breasts will become stiff and tight.

Aloe vera:

Aloe vera is considered to be beneficial. It is always used for skin and hair beauty. Peel aloe vera gel or natural aloe vera and apply it on breasts. Gently massage for 10 to 15 minutes. Wash off immediately.



• Fenugreek seeds:

Soak fenugreek seeds in water overnight and grind them in the morning. Mix mustard oil or coconut oil in it and apply it to the breasts for 10 minutes. Then rinse with water.



Grape seeds:

Grape seeds can also be beneficial. Definitely buy if you can get their oil. Massage with that oil can make the breasts stiff. This effect can be very lasting.

Ice:



A piece of ice can be a temporary alternative. You see, when it gets cold, the breasts stiffen automatically. That way, if you massage with ice before going to the event, the results can be temporary but good. Ice causes stiffness in the breasts.

• Lemon:

Simply apply lemon juice to the breasts. The skin will first soften but then become soft and firm after washing with water.

tips for soft, smooth, and attractive breasts.

Scrub

You should scrub your breasts daily. Which will make them clean. Although this part is covered, dead skin cells start to accumulate on it, which closes the pores. So skin-friendly scrub should be used.



Facial cream



You can massage the breasts with facial cream. This will prevent wrinkles on the breasts and keep them soft.



Sleeping on the back



According to experts, you should sleep on your back and not on your stomach. Sleeping on the stomach puts pressure on the breasts and worsens its shape. This causes fine lines and wrinkles to appear on the breasts.

Proper diet



A proper diet is essential to keep breasts soft. These should include protein, lean meats, beans, and eggs. Eat a diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids and vitamins.

Moisturization



Moisturization is needed not only for the face but also for the breasts. Moisturizer should be applied to it after bathing every day. This will keep the breasts dry

Expert opinion



Consult an expert. Contact a doctor immediately if you notice any changes in the breasts or problems such as allergies

most common breast disease and remedies



Breast disease

Although breast cancer is one of the leading cancers in the world, you need to have a clear idea of ​​the breast diseases that need to be looked at in addition to cancer. It is important to know the symptoms of the disease and its treatment.

Fibrocystic Disease -

Generally, 60% of women have this simple disease. This is entirely due to a hormonal imbalance. It can occur in women of any age from 20 to 58. Both breasts become heavy. The heaviness of both the breasts is felt more before menstruation and decreases automatically after menstruation. Breast heaviness is a condition in which the inside of the breast becomes swollen and slightly enlarged. This effect is entirely due to the substance methylxanthine. There are two types. As the cells grow, they form water lumps, and in some cases, the size of the cells increases, and the ducts connecting the nipples grow. The solution is to reduce dietary salt and drink plenty of water.

At about 30 to 40 years of age, at some point in time, changes in breast cells can lead to fibroadenomas. Papilloma is a condition that is caused by a substance that leaks out of the nipple. Regardless of the type mentioned above, it is important to study it carefully. Accordingly, changes in diet, supplemental bra with the proper size, intake of vitamins A and E, low salt in the diet, and occasional hormones (low levels of estrogen and progesterone) reduce the risk of breast cancer by 70 to 90 percent.

Fibroadenoma -

Sometimes one or more lumps, small or large, are felt while examining the breasts themselves. It can occur at any time between menstruation and menopause. This lump in the breast feels tight, circular, form the shape of a peanut to the shape of a lemon, moving completely in all directions and not sticking anywhere, but it can be felt on the palms of the hands or fingers while bathing or at other times while examining the breast itself. Mammography is necessary to diagnose this tumor. Sometimes a fine needle biopsy is taken. The report is simple. It is less likely to cause cancer. Surgery is not necessary if the ‘fibroadenoma’ is small in size. But at some point, if it grows in size, or a fine needle biopsy diagnoses some different cells, or if the patient feels it is desirable to have the surgery himself, surgery should be performed.

Phylloid nodules -

This disease is less common. This is a group of cells that grow at a slower rate. This is especially true sometime before menopause, so it is more desirable to have complete eradication of breast cancer.



Superficial Thrombophlebitis -

Also called Mandor Disease of the Breast. The patient is in great pain. Pulling the skin in makes the blood vessels on the breast appear clearer. The causation of such a condition is trauma to the breast, surgery, or obstetrics. taking medicine can cure this condition within three weeks.

Mastitis -

This condition is especially noticeable while breastfeeding. But if the mucus comes out of the nipple, it can be felt at any age. It can be treated with anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs, but sometimes if the infection is more, pus forms in that part of the breast. Then the pus has to be surgically removed. If the condition of the suspect cell increases at some point, it is advisable to send it for biopsy examination.

Duct anesthesia -

This condition is usually experienced between the ages of 40 and 60. This lump near the nipple is very painful. Symptoms include itchy skin on the nipples, reddening, and the nipples being pulled inwards. a small Surgery required to cure it.

Discharge from the nipple should be treated very carefully. At times, this may be a sign of cancer. With the right treatment at the right time, with the right attention, we can stay away from breast cancer.

breast cancer

Symptoms of breast cancer

Even in the early stages, there are no symptoms of breast cancer.

Some general changes occur as follows

there is a lump or swelling in the breast or in the armpit.

Breast size changes.

The breasts become swollen or wrinkled.

The nipples are pulled inwards.

Bloody pus comes from the nipple.

Redness, scars, or swelling around the breasts and the nipples. some cracks look like orange peel on the skin of the breast,

If these symptoms do not go away or disappear in a few days, see your doctor immediately. Most of the time these symptoms may be due to some other cause besides cancer. If you notice any of the above symptoms, you need to be diagnosed and treated by a doctor.



Dangers -

Many factors contribute to breast cancer, such as age, family history, early menstruation, delayed menopause, taking birth control pills, having a baby after age 30, not breastfeeding, or taking hormone replacement therapy. Other risk factors include individual and family history of breast cancer.

Restrictions

Not being able to determine the exact cause of breast cancer is a major barrier to breast cancer prevention. It is important to raise awareness to prevent cancer as well as to teach women to self-examine their breasts. Some habits can reduce the risk of cancer. Such as lifestyle changes, dietary fiber intake, avoidance of smoking and alcohol, regular exercise, taking hormonal pills as per proper medical advice, and most importantly 'regular breast self-examination' should be started from the age of 20 years. Women between the ages of 40 and 75 need to get a physical examination and a mammogram (breast x-ray) from a doctor every year.



Breast self-examination (BSE)

is the easiest and most effective way to diagnose breast cancer on time. Self-examination of breasts by women of all ages is the easiest and most effective way. Women of all ages should self-examine their breasts as breast problems can occur at any age. The breasts should be checked immediately after menstruation as the breasts are soft at that time so the lumps are easily felt on the hands.

Breast self-examination should be done as follows-

Stand in front of a mirror with your hands on your hips and look at your breasts.

Let's see if these things appear

Is the size and color of the breasts the same as usual?

Do the breasts look generally the same? Does it show swelling or deformity? Consult your doctor immediately if you notice such changes.

Pits in the breast, wrinkles, or swelling on the skin



The nipple bend it inwards (it appears to be pressed inwards instead of outwards)

Redness, scarring, acne, or swelling on the breast

The second stage

Raise your hand to see if these are the symptoms. Looking in the mirror, gently pinch each nipple with two fingers and check for some discharge (pus). (Such pus may be white, yellow, or blood mixed.)

The third stage

Examine the left breast with the right hand while lying on the back. Check by pressing the breast with a gentle but steady hand keeping the fingers flat and aligned. Examine both breasts from the upper bone down to the upper abdomen as well as from the armpits to the middle of the two breasts.



The fourth stage

Finally check both breasts vertically or sitting up. Most women find this test easier when their breasts are wet, so such a test is done at bath time. Examine both breasts thoroughly as described in the third step.



Remember this

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in India.

It can be diagnosed with a simple procedure like self-examination of the breasts. Mammography, ultrasound, and fine-needle aspiration cytology are also used for diagnosis.

With early diagnosis and treatment, breast cancer is 100 percent cured.



most common reason leads to breast cancer

The reason for the increase in cancer is divorce

It has recently been suggested that stress in divorced cancer patients weakens their ability to fight cancer. This is detailed in a research report published in the science journal Cancer.

Researchers studied cancer patients, married, unmarried, widowed, widowed, divorced, and divorced. The researchers studied how many of these people live 5 to 10 years after getting cancer. Research has also shown that married and unmarried patients have a higher risk of fighting cancer, while divorcees have a lower risk.

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