Should I worry about lumps in my breast Let me share with you some thoughts on that subject. One of the questions that I am always asked about are Dr. Harness what have to do about all these lumps in my breast. This is particularly true of younger women and one of the difficulties is that people with all the conversation about the risk of breast cancer somehow think that every lump in the breast is potentially a cancer. Now in women in their teen years and 20s and well into their 30s who are not overweight, the fat envelope the layer of fatty tissue.
That surround the breast tissue should be thin as long as the person is not overweight and with that thin layer you can then easily feel the normal glandular tissue underneath the skin of your breast and underneath that thin fat envelope and certainly for teenage women, women in their 20s, women in their 30s, and actually women with fibrocystic changes in their 40s, the breast can feel quite lumpy, so what's important here, what's important is knowing your breast, being aware of your breasts. Particularly just before your menstrual period and then after the hormone stimulation goes away after your period. If there's a.
Persistent lump in the breast particularly one that feels as hard lets say as a marble then something like that needs to be evaluated. Particularly if it continues on for a month or more well after your period or through two or three cycles, clearly such a lump needs to be evaluated. In younger women, the typical way of evaluating such lumps is not only a physical examination by a physician, but very importantly with breast ultrasound. We generally don't like to do mammograms unless women are in their late 30s or course into their 40s.
And particularly for younger women with these lumps are typically a fibroadenoma benign little tumor of the breast, we certainly don't want to be doing mammograms, so the answer is if a lump persist through certainly more than one or two menstrual cycles, you need to have it checked out. If you are younger, please make sure that your physician is ordering an ultrasound, mammograms may be indicated in women in their late 30s or well into the 40s or of course her 50s or 60s. Certainly, not all lumps are cancer, but if there is.
How Iodine Deficiency Contributes to Cancer Dr. David Brownstein, MD
Dr. Brownstein Alright, so. I talk aboutlet's do the basics on people to help supply their body with the things it needs to function optimally, which is how we were designed by our Maker. If we supply the body with the right nutrients, it should do fine for a lifetime. So, I consider one of the basics iodine. Every cell in the body needs and requires iodine to function optimally. We can't function optimally in an iodine deficient environment. I've tested, along with my partners, over 6,000 patients. Over 96 were low in iodine, the vast majority significantly low in.
Iodine. When I talk to clinicians around the country who are looking at this, they find the same numbers that I'm finding. Ty Bollinger Wow. Dr. Brownstein Iodine's main job in the body. Iodine has a lot of jobs in the body. The immune system can't function without it. You can't fight infections without it. But one of its main jobs is in the endocrine glands. The endocrine glands include the thyroid, the breasts, the ovaries, uterus and the prostate. What are we having problems with out there The thyroid, the ovaries, the uterus, breasts,.
And prostate. I've mentioned the prostate, I've mentioned the breasts. The fastestgrowing cancer in the United States is thyroid cancer. We have uterine and ovarian cancer growing at epidemic rates. We're having epidemic rates of problems with them. Iodine's main job is to maintain a normal architecture of those tissues. With iodine deficiency, the first thing that happens is you get cystic formation in the breasts, the ovaries, uterus, thyroid, prostate and, let's throw in the pancreas in here as well, which is also increasing at epidemic ratespancreatic cancer. Cysts start to.
Form when iodine deficiency is there. If it goes on longer, they become nodular and hard. If it goes on longer, they become hyperplastic tissue, which is the precursor to cancer. I say that's the iodine deficiency continuum. The good thing about iodine is, iodine has apoptotic properties, meaning it can stop a cancer cell from just continually dividing, dividing, dividing until it kills somebody. Iodine can stop this continuum wherever it catches it and hopefully reverse it, but at least put the brakes on what's happening. Over 80 of women suffer from fibrocystic breast disease. That's.
Self Breast Exams for Men Signs Symptoms of Breast Cancer for Males
Selfbreast examinations are equally important amongst men as they are in women. The incidence rate of male breast cancer has increased every year since 1975, making male breast cancer an increased threat to the men all throughout the world. As a matter of fact, this year approximately 1,700 to 1,800 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Although the symptoms are the same in male breast cancer as they are in female breast cancer, men typically don't associate their symptoms to the breast cancer disease because they don't think they can contract it. A man should pay special attention to any changes in his breast tissue.
On a monthly basis through breast selfexamination, and becoming more aware of the normal look and feel of your breast will help you detect those changes sooner rather than later. The symptoms for male breast cancer are similar to that of the female breast cancer in that a large breast cancer tumor will be able to be detected as a mass whether hard or soft, with uneven edges creating a lump in the skin. Some breast cancers actually cause skin puckering or dimpling, such as this diagram here, where the roots of the breast cancer are pulling.
The skin down into the breast tissue. Unfortunately, again, since men rarely associate their breast cancer symptoms to the disease, they allow breast cancer to grow and spread, as is the case with this diagram here where the cancerous tumor is growing into the chest wall or the muscle. This causes breast cancer to be more difficultly treated, and also increases the mortality rates creating a higher mortality rate amongst men as it is in women. A man should also be looking for nipple discharge such as this diagram shows, or a rash on the.
Do All Breast Cancer Lumps Cause Pain
Dr. Jay Harness Well that's again one of the myths and that's one of the things I was talking about that was so unusual about your case. The painful lump in the breast typically is a cyst in the breast which occurs very commonly in your age group and so what does that mean we don't do anything about it Absolutely not. That painful lump as well as the nonpainful lump, absolutely must be evaluated and the typical ways of the evaluation are certainly ultrasound, certainly mammograms, certainly seeing qualified breast surgeon.
How a fine needle aspiration breast biopsy is taken
This animation will show what happens during a fine needle aspiration breast biopsy procedure. the navigation arrows below the animation screen to play, pause, rewind or fastforward the animation. This animation contains sound. A fine needle aspiration is a procedure used to take cell samples from tissue. It's often used to remove cells from breast tissue. The samples are sent to a laboratory for testing. Here we show an area of breast tissue that needs to be investigated. A fine needle is passed through the skin of your breast into the area being investigated.
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