Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Breast cancer in the breast's milk glands and in cells lining the ducts that carry the milk to the nipple, various factors result of growing in an uncontrolled manner and tumoral is formation consisting of cells with the potential to spread to other organs.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the world is considered to be taken in terms of women's cancers in general.

Risk Factors in Breast Cancer
• Age: having experience in developing advanced breast cancer is known to be an important risk factor. In studies on women diagnosed with breast cancer, the age of 70.0%, expressed as 50 years and over age 50 years and women with breast cancer, the incidence on age is underlined that it is 4 times more likely than women who are under 50 years of age.
• Personal Breast Cancer Story: People, particularly the story of the 1st degree relatives with breast cancer being the mother is considered to be an important risk factor.
• Fertile Period Period: Early initiation of menstruation, late menopause entering fertile extend the cage. Meanwhile, to stay longer under the influence of female hormone, estrogen, increases the risk of developing breast cancer. Early menopausal women with hormone treatment is not performed, breast cancer risk is reduced significantly. Women who continue to menstruate after fifty years, the risk of getting breast cancer is increasing, though less.
• Previously Breast Biopsy Should Be Done: Some women were biopsied with a mass caused by a benign tumor found in the breast and can be determined. In the presence of such non-cancer, benign breast tumors, the risk of developing cancer is noted that the increase at different rates
• Fertility Story: The first child-bearing age is important. The first child of breast cancer incidence in women giving birth after the age of 30 is more than 2 times compared to giving birth before the age of 20. No risk in women of childbearing increases slightly

Symptoms of Cancer

• palpable breast tissue stiffness
• thickening and redness of the breast skin
• healing wounds nipple
• bloody discharge from the nipple
• hardness palpable under the seat

Necessary to protect against cancer
• Make birth before 30 years old
• Breastfeed your baby after giving birth
• Maintain your ideal weight
• Perform regular sports
• uncontrolled, indiscriminate use hormone pills
• Keep a low level of alcohol intake

Remember that early detection of breast cancer saves lives!