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Breast Cancer Symptoms | Early Warning Signs of Breast Cancer | Breast Examination [Video]

Breast Cancer Symptoms | Early Warning Signs of Breast Cancer | Breast ExaminationHow to detect breast cancer in early stage?1. Check if there is any new lump in the breast or underarm. If you notice anything then don’t panic. Breast lump can be seen due to many other reasons.If the lump is in the armpit region it could be an enlarged lymph node due to any recent viral infections, and scratches or cuts on the hand or arm. Breast lump that feel squishy, like a soft rubber ball, are more likely to be benign.But, if the lump feels firm, fixed and can’t be moved around under the skin then you should consult your doctor2. Check If you have breast pain or pain around the nipple area for long time. It could be an early sign of breast cancer.3. Check if there is any change of your nipple shape and size. Breast cancer can cause inverted or retracted nipple.4. Check if there is any discharge from one breast that’s clear, red, brown, or yellow other than milk secretion. This could be due to many other reasons like infection, cyst, papilloma. However, this could be one of the warning signs of breast cancer. You can check the colour of the discharge with the chart mentioned in the video5. If you find any unexplained redness, swelling, skin irritation, itchiness, or rash on the breast then contact your doctor.6. Next important sign is changes in skin texture. It could be a thickening and swelling of a part of the breast or dimpling of breast skin. Don’t confuse it with age related creases. If it is related to age it can be seen evenly on both the breasts. But if it is present only on one breast then you should consult your doctor.7. These are the important warning signs of breast cancer. However, you should also watch for other generalised symptoms like- Unexplained weight loss- Poor appetite- Visible veins on the breast#cancer#cancersymptoms#breastcancer#breastexaminationMedical disclaimer: Medinaz Academy does not provide medical advice. The content available in our books and videos, on our website, or on our social media handles do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. We intend to provide educational information only. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.

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S1E2A – Shauna’s Breast Cancer Story I Too Young For This Sh*t Podcast [Video]

In this two-part episode, Shauna, residing in New York, shares her breast cancer diagnosis story at 32 years old. She discusses the breast symptoms, visiting her doctor, and the days following her diagnosis.Please subscribe to our YouTube channel and share it with your friends if you enjoy this episode. Help us reach more women to raise breast cancer awareness. Follow us on Instagram @TYFTSPodcast

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Getting My Mammogram🎀! #shorts [Video]

I’m getting a mammogram today! Come along with me to see what it’s like- i show you in this shorts video. Watch the full video here; Doctor Gets Mammogram, Encourages Breast Cancer Screeninghttps://youtu.be/-l2VukXOVDMHello! I’m Dr. Jen. I’m a Board-Certified Family Physician, on-air health expert, and video creator. Welcome to my YouTube Channel and thank you for watching this video! Let me know what you think and please subscribe to my channel above https://youtube.com/drjencaudle. Please join my channel memberships to access special perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLpPdayeUfDyh6jg3oN-GIg/joinSubscribe to Dr. Jen’s Daily Health Tips for daily health tips emailed directly to your inbox! Sign up for a 7-day free trial: Subscribe here: https://swiy.co/Dr-Jens-Daily-Health-TipsAlso, I’m a physician who LOVES social media, so please connect with me on the following:https://instagram.com/drjencaudlehttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdmG1PNG/https://facebook.com/drjencaudlehttps://twitter.com/drjencaudlehttps://linkedin.com/in/drjencaudlePlease sign up for my free health newsletter at https://drjencaudle.com!Thanks a bunch, and see you soon!xo Dr. Jen#mammogram #breastcancer

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Why Should I have A Mammogram? Mammogram Q&A with Dr Tasha [Video]

Are you having regular mammograms, should you be, are they safe, who should have them?You might never have thought about these questions before but whether you are wondering about this now because you are just getting older and feeling more concerned about keeping healthy. Or if you have had a breast cancer scare, or even been diagnosed and now you are entering a phase of working at staying cancer free.What ever your reason for wanting to know more in this video I’m breaking down what a mammogram is, how it works and if YOU should consider having one. Also what do they show and how are the results used.***DISCLAIMER: Due to complexities of medical conditions, individual medical advice cannot be given. Information provided in this channel is not a substitute for a consultation with a specialist.WORRIED ABOUT A BREAST LUMP OR SYMPTOM?FRUSTRATED AND CONFUSED BY CONFLICTING INFORMATION?TRYING TO NAVIGATE LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND DON’T KNOW WHERE TO TURN?Breast health has become an important topic for both women and men. But with a huge amount of conflicting and confusing information out there, it can be hard to find the advice, support and care that you need.My Breast My Health was created to make understanding breast health easy. Whether you’re looking to learn how to keep your breasts healthy, concerned about new symptoms or learning to live post-diagnosis, you’re in the right place.Hi, I’m Dr TashaI’m a Doctor, Breast Cancer Surgeon and Medical Educator. After 20 years helping people to understand and overcome breast health problems, I’ve seen first hand the fear, frustration and stress that my patients go through.As a breast specialist with over a decade’s worth of experience, I understand finding the right information, processing a diagnosis, understanding treatment and getting accurate, practical advice as you ride the rollercoaster of emotions can be really tough.But I’m here to help.The internet can be a wonderful source of information but when it comes to breast health there’s a lot of inaccurate information out there. Listening to the wrong advice could cause you unnecessary worry or even put your health at risk.So I wanted to create an accessible hub where you could find useful, accurate and reliable information from a trusted source – a Breast Health Doctor – all in one place.That’s exactly what you’ll find here on my YouTube Channel.***#Mammogram #BreastCancer #BreastCancerTreatment #BreastCancerAwareness #StageFourBreastCancer #MyBreastMyHealth #SecondaryCancer

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Your first mammogram – what to expect? | Breast Cancer Screening | Proactive For Her [Video]

To learn more about women’s health, subscribe to us today – https://bit.ly/3GAO6XmWant to get a thermal mammogram yourself? Click here – https://bit.ly/38CnpFbWant to speak with our team of non-judgemental gynaecologists? Click here – https://bit.ly/3wU1Qb3Getting a mammogram can be very daunting. Aayushi Sharma first visited us for a gynaecology consult. Since, she complained of pain near her under arms, our gynaecologist recommended her to book a mammogram to rule out anything serious. She visited the Proactive For Her clinic in Bengaluru to get the procedure done. In this video, she talks about her experience and the complete process. If you’ve ever been curious about how a thermal mammogram works, this video is for you!Proactive For Her is a digital platform for women, offering accessible, personalized and confidential healthcare solutions.#earlymammogram #mammogram #proactiveforher

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Why Should I have A Mammogram? Mammogram Q&A with Dr Tasha [Video]

Are you having regular mammograms, should you be, are they safe, who should have them?You might never have thought about these questions before but whether you are wondering about this now because you are just getting older and feeling more concerned about keeping healthy. Or if you have had a breast cancer scare, or even been diagnosed and now you are entering a phase of working at staying cancer free.What ever your reason for wanting to know more in this video I’m breaking down what a mammogram is, how it works and if YOU should consider having one. Also what do they show and how are the results used.***DISCLAIMER: Due to complexities of medical conditions, individual medical advice cannot be given. Information provided in this channel is not a substitute for a consultation with a specialist.WORRIED ABOUT A BREAST LUMP OR SYMPTOM?FRUSTRATED AND CONFUSED BY CONFLICTING INFORMATION?TRYING TO NAVIGATE LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND DON’T KNOW WHERE TO TURN?Breast health has become an important topic for both women and men. But with a huge amount of conflicting and confusing information out there, it can be hard to find the advice, support and care that you need.My Breast My Health was created to make understanding breast health easy. Whether you’re looking to learn how to keep your breasts healthy, concerned about new symptoms or learning to live post-diagnosis, you’re in the right place.Hi, I’m Dr TashaI’m a Doctor, Breast Cancer Surgeon and Medical Educator. After 20 years helping people to understand and overcome breast health problems, I’ve seen first hand the fear, frustration and stress that my patients go through.As a breast specialist with over a decade’s worth of experience, I understand finding the right information, processing a diagnosis, understanding treatment and getting accurate, practical advice as you ride the rollercoaster of emotions can be really tough.But I’m here to help.The internet can be a wonderful source of information but when it comes to breast health there’s a lot of inaccurate information out there. Listening to the wrong advice could cause you unnecessary worry or even put your health at risk.So I wanted to create an accessible hub where you could find useful, accurate and reliable information from a trusted source – a Breast Health Doctor – all in one place.That’s exactly what you’ll find here on my YouTube Channel.***#Mammogram #BreastCancer #BreastCancerTreatment #BreastCancerAwareness #StageFourBreastCancer #MyBreastMyHealth #SecondaryCancer