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3 Ways To Massage Your Underarm Massage Monday 122

How many of you actually massage your underarm or armpit I think it's one of the neglected areas that rarely get touched. It's good to keep this area loose especially if you are an athlete because tight underarm muscles can cause the limited range of motion of your shoulders and even shoulder pain. Here are 3 ways to massage your underarm 1. Pinch and shake Pinch and shake it back and forth as you go up and down the underarm. 2. Press with thumb Press the underarm with your thumb as you bring the muscles with the other fingers. Go up and down.

Mastectomy Modified Radical Surgery PreOp Patient Education

Your doctor has recommended that you have radical mastectomy. But what does that actually mean Radical Mastectomy is the removal of the breast and surrounding tissue. In most cases, mastectomy is required in order to remove cancerous tissue from the body. The extent of tissue removed is determined by the amount of cancer present in your body. A Radical Mastectomy is the most extensive form of breast cancer surgery. It calls for the complete removal not only of the breast, but also of the lymph nodes, as well as part or possibly all of the chest muscle that lies underneath the breast.

Lymph nodes are small junctions that join the vessels that make up the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system circulates a bodily fluid called lymph in the same way that the circulatory system carries blood. Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a radical mastectomy because the cancer in your breast may have begun to move into the lymph nodes under your arm as well as into your chest muscle. This procedure may result in the loss of some muscle strength in the arm on the effected side of the body and will permanently change the outward shape and appearance of your chest.

Mastectomy Total Breast Surgery PreOp Patient Education Medical Tutorials

Your doctor has recommended that you have a total mastectomy. But what does that actually mean Total Mastectomy is the removal of the breast. In most cases, mastectomy is required in order to remove cancerous tissue from the body. The extent of tissue removed is determined by the amount of cancer present in your body. Patient Education A total mastectomy involves the removal the breast, but not the removal of lymph nodes or chest muscle that lies underneath the breast. Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a total mastectomy because the cancer in your.

Breast has progressed to the point that it is in danger of spreading into other parts of your body and the only way to make sure that all of the disease has been eliminated is to remove the entire breast. This is major surgery and the procedure will permanently change the outward shape and appearance of your chest. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully explain the reasons behind this recommendation. Your Procedure On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown.

You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. The anesthesiologist will begin to administer anesthesia most probably general anesthesia by injection and inhalation mask. The surgeon will then apply an antiseptic solution to the skin and place a sterile drape around the operative site. Two incisions will be made beginning at the middle of the chest, one along the top and one along the bottom of the breast coming together just under the arm.

The skin is then lifted up and away, revealing the tissue underneath. Beginning at the clavicle or collar bone the surgeon then begins to carefully cut the breast tissue away from the muscles that lie just beneath. When the breast has been completely freed, it is lifted away, exposing the top layer of muscle, called the pectoralis major. If the cancer has spread to this muscle, your doctor may elect remove it as well. When the surgical team is satisfied that they have done all that they can to remove the.

Mastectomy Total Surgery PreOp Patient Education

Your doctor has recommended that you have a total mastectomy. But what does that actually mean Total Mastectomy is the removal of the breast. In most cases, mastectomy is required in order to remove cancerous tissue from the body. The extent of tissue removed is determined by the amount of cancer present in your body. Patient Education A total mastectomy involves the removal the breast, but not the removal of lymph nodes or chest muscle that lies underneath the breast. Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a total mastectomy because the cancer in your.

Breast has progressed to the point that it is in danger of spreading into other parts of your body and the only way to make sure that all of the disease has been eliminated is to remove the entire breast. This is major surgery and the procedure will permanently change the outward shape and appearance of your chest. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully explain the reasons behind this recommendation. Two incisions will be made beginning at the middle of the chest, one along the top and.

One along the bottom of the breast coming together just under the arm. The skin is then lifted up and away, revealing the tissue underneath. Beginning at the clavicle or collar bone the surgeon then begins to carefully cut the breast tissue away from the muscles that lie just beneath. When the breast has been completely freed, it is lifted away, exposing the top layer of muscle, called the pectoralis major. If the cancer has spread to this muscle, your doctor may elect remove it as well. When the surgical team is satisfied that they have done all that they can to remove the.

Acanthosis Nigricans DermTV Epi 452

The skin condition called Acanthosis Nigricans fortunately is uncommon, but pseudo Acanthosis Nigricans unfortunately isn't. If you were formally schooled in Latin, you know exactly what I'm talking about. But if you weren't, stay tuned! Let's start with what Acanthosis Nigricans, which I'm going to refer to as AN in this episode. Start with what it looks like, which'll then make you want to know more. And just to make it a little more interesting, the real Acanthosis Nigricans and faux Acanthosis Nigricans, which is the more common Pseudo Acanthosis Nigricans, look essentially identical.

Since Acanthosis just means a thickening or overgrowth of the upper layer of your skin and Nigricans really means dark or black, if we put this together its really a descriptive term from which you expect to see a dark overgrowth or thickening of your skin. Acanthosis Nigricans appears as tan to dark brown velvety surfaced plaques with parallel lines which when even deeper look like velvety parallel ribs like the nap of carpeting. You usually get it on the parts of the body where skin tends to rub against skin,.

Such as underarms, neck and upper inner thighs, but it can occur in other areas as well. Because these brown, raised, unattractive patches and plaques don't itch or burn or in any other way bother you except cosmetically, which is personally important and a real quality of life issue, the medical importance of Acanthosis Nigricans is why it occurs and whether it reflects something important internally. Most cases of Acanthosis Nigricans are not true Acanthosis Nigricans, but fortunately the Pseudo form which occurs from being overweight. The real Acanthosis Nigricans comes from certain endocrine diseases.

Such as diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, other less common hormonal imbalances, But and most importantly, Acanthosis Nigricans can be a reflection of an internal cancer which most commonly are malignancies of the gastrointestinal tract, uterus and sometimes even the lung, prostate, breast or ovary. And last there are some people who have Acanthosis Nigricans with no apparent associated disease and are not overweight. For the first group whose Acanthosis is associated with obesity, endocrine problems or cancers, treating the underlying condition will result in a remarkable improvement of the Acanthosis, but what about those people who fortunately don't.

My Beverly Hills Breast Augmentation Surgery with Silicone Implants

The reason I'm here in Beverly Hills having breast augmentation surgery is because I saw my mom do it and I have small boobs like hers. I was nine is when she got her boobs done so ever since I was fifteen I was really serious about it. I did do research with other beverly hills plastic surgeons. I actually went to a bad consultation before. The surgeon insulted my stomach, he, oh! So I went home and went on the Look Your Best website and i found Dr. Kapoor and I fell in love.

I had the opportunity to meet with Christina a few months ago. She came in and has had a child and has breast fed. One thing she noted was she lost a lot of volume in her breasts after breast feeding and was really looking to restore some of that lost volume, as well as enhance her breasts and also just balance out her body. I ask what they would look like when i was eighty. I asked him weird questions. Dr. Kapoor was so attentive. He is so good. I love him. I love him.

I think one thing that's important when patients come in for breast augmentation and they say i want a C cup or a D cup, you know i think they all have a cup size in mind. I explain to them no two bras are created equal. Depending on where you buy a bra you may be a C here or a D there. Christina, she had a specific desire of wanting to be a D cup. We definitely achieved that. When we sized her we started at a certain range and I think.

We went up to where she is now or even a bit beyond. I think she felt, when she tried on the breast implants that that size was going to be good for her body and I fully agree. I think we picked the perfect size breast implants for her. She had a breast augmentation with silicone implants. We did a five hundred fifty cc silicone implant through an inframammary or under the breast incision. The surgery went very smooth. She didn't have any abnormal anatomy. She didn't have any excessive bleeding. It was a very smooth breast augmentation operation.

One thing we did on her case which is something I do on a lot of my patients. A lot of women have a little extra breast tissue in the armpit area. When they have their breasts done, the breasts look great but they still have this little fullness up here. I thought well, let's just liposuction this because it's going to look a lot better. We went and did that and I'm really glad we did. It's been six weeks since Christina's Beverly Hills breast augmentation surgery. She is absolutely thrilled with her breast augmentation results, as am I.

Overall she has a very symmetrical, very even result. The breast implants have settled into a good position and they usually take anywhere from four to six weeks to settle down in most patients. Sometimes longer, but in her case the implants settled pretty quickly. Her scars are healing very well. I suspect that in a matter of a few months they will be virtually unnoticeable. I am very, very happy with the results of my breast augmentation. So is everybody else. I have girlfriends that had their breasts done by other surgeons. They've all told me that.

The scar looks good. Everything looks good. Top of the line work. I don't know if you get what you pay for or if Dr. Kapoor is just an amazing plastic surgeon, but in a week I was up, I was good. The recovery has been really easy. It's just that confidence that they give me. I'm so much more comfortable in my skin. Like i said it wasn't too over the top. I'm really comfortable with the way my breasts came out. I'm looking forward to the future. I'm looking forward to the opportunities,.

Should I Worry About Lumps In My Breasts

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.

Welcome to Bliss Squared Massage Bliss2Massage Channel

My name is Yasko. I'm a Nationally Certified Licensed Massage Therapist. As a Massage Therapist I looove giving and receiving massages. People usually like receiving massage but not giving massage often because they've tried in the past but they did this. Using straight thumbs to do all the massages and they killed their poor thumbs. If you learn some techniques, giving massages becomes much easier and your partner will love you more. On this channel I share tips and techniques on how to massage yourself, how to massage your loved ones, and other massage related topics.

Reducing Soreness After Breast Cancer Treatment

GtgtgtDr. Margileth When one has treatment to the breast such as lumpectomy and then followed by radiation, it is quite common for the breast to be sore for many months. One can use mild antiinflammatory agent such as aspirin or Motrin, etc. and generally that soreness will resolve over a period of several months and generally should not be real severe. If the pain in the breast is very severe then one should follow up with a surgeon and see if there is some other problem going on such as seroma or scar tissue that needs to be.

Looked at, but in general breast soreness is mild and will resolve with time. Hi, I am Dr. Jay Harness and I want to share with you an important information that I believe that every newly diagnosed patient with breast cancer needs to know. Susan Denver I am a breast cancer survivor. Katherine Stockton I am a breast cancer survivor. Coree I am a breast cancer survivor Susan Denver and I want every woman to know Katherine Stockton about personalized breast cancer treatment Susan Denver and the Genomic Test. Coree A test that helps guide a woman and her doctor.

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