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Breast Cancer

Hello friends. Today i want to share some tips to prevent you from the breast cancer. I hope these tips will help you all.

1. Breastfeed, If Possible.
Breastfeeding for an aggregate of one year or more (consolidated for all kids) brings down the danger of bosom disease. It likewise has extraordinary medical advantages for the youngster.
6. Stay away from Birth Control Pills, Particularly after Age 35 or If You Smoke.
Anti-conception medication pills have the two dangers and advantages. The more youthful a lady is, the lower the dangers are. While ladies are taking anti-conception medication pills, they have a marginally expanded danger of bosom malignancy. In case you're exceptionally worried about bosom malignancy, staying away from conception prevention pills is one choice to bring down hazard.

I hope these tips will help you all. Thanks for giving me your time. Stay happy.

  1. noreenwawuda1 month ago

    Thank you so much for sharing such insight. I lost a friend through breast cancer. Since then this topic has been so significant to me. I always try to educate people against it. My friend found about it at a later stage. By that time nothing could be done to help her. We women always tend to be reluctant to go for checks up. Some clinics even offer free checks up. It is better you know about it at an early stage. When you realize it at the last stage it will be expensive. What hurts more is that there is still no cure. Just some chemo and radiations. These procedures tend to be painful too. They help in killing and reducing the cancer cells. But cannot kill the entire cancer cells. If you have more information about the same kindly reach back.

  2. callisy3 days ago

    I have a relative going through breast cancer. So maybe it could be better if people worked on how they can prevent this. Maintain overall good health in order to prevent breast problems such as breast cancer. Here is a list of other things you can do. Perform monthly breast self-exams. This is your chance to take an active role in your breast health and prevention. Receive regular mammograms. This is especially important for those with one or more risk factors and those over a certain age. Click here for more information about screening guidelines for women. Wear a properly fit bra. Use a sports bra for exercising and make sure you are measured properly for the best fit for any bra. Maintain a safe weight and avoid obesity. Exercise regularly. Reduce fat intake and eat fruits, vegetables and other high fiber foods. Keep alcohol consumption to a minimum. Stop smoking - Smoking is the main culprit in heart disease, strokes, bronchitis and emphysema, and gastric ulcers and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and various diseases including breast cancer.

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