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Movable Lump in Breast

Finding a breast lump can be terrifying. Breast lumps are noticeably separate from the normal tissue in your breast area. They affect both men and women, but happen more often in women. While not all lumps in the breast are related to breast cancer, some could be. There are many …

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Breast Cancer Ultrasound Images

Next to heart disease, breast cancer is the leading cause of death in women all over the world. Although the exact cause of breast cancer is unclear, early detection and treatment saves lives and reduces cost. Fortunately, it is becoming easier to diagnose the disease through different technologies, with ultrasound …

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Cold Medicine and Breastfeeding

If one needs to take some cold medicine, breastfeeding may be a concern for new mothers. You were told to be careful about taking any medication during pregnancy, but after giving birth, similar precautions also apply if you decide to breastfeed your baby. Here is some information for nursing mothers …

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Signs of Stroke in Women

Simply put, a stroke is a “brain attack.” Like a heart attack, which happens when the flow of blood is blocked from the heart, a stroke occurs when there is a lack of blood flow to your brain. When your brain doesn’t get enough blood, your brain cells start dying …

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Periods After Pregnancy

Your body goes through several changes before and during pregnancy. The changes will continue after you have delivered your baby. These changes will slowly help your body come back to normal, and one of them is your periods after pregnancy. The first menstruation after pregnancy for each woman can vary. …

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Hysterectomy Recovery

When you have a hysterectomy, they will be removing your uterus. This is the organ that holds a growing baby when you are pregnant. They take out the entire uterus and one or more of the ovaries and fallopian tubes depending on why you are having a hysterectomy. A hysterectomy …

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Is It Normal to Miss a Period?

Getting your period in a timely manner is usually a blessing, but at the same time, you have to deal with so many issues such as bloating, cramps and mood swings. Getting your period regularly is also a relief because you know you are not pregnant. However, it is natural …

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Stage 3 Cervical Cancer

When malignant cancer cells form in the tissues of the cervix, it is called cervical cancer. The cervix is located at the narrow end of the uterus and leads to the vagina. The development of cervical cancer is a slow process; the cells go through several changes before becoming cancer. …

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Stage 2 Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a type of cancer that is formed in the breast cells. It is the second most common type of cancer diagnosed in United States behind skin cancer. If you are suspected to have breast cancer, your doctor is going to decide the additional tests for determining whether …

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When Does Birth Control Become Effective?

Birth control is a means in which pregnancy can be avoided. There are numerous choices of birth control available both for men and women, and condom being a popular choice due to the fact it protects from pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Other methods of birth control include the contraceptive …

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