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January 5, 2019

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January 5, 2019

Do you feel that your breast are red? Blushing?

If you are warm or flushed, it's possible your breast will flush just like your cheeks, and you can notice this without concern.

If one breast appears flushed or "blushing", then yes, you should consider that there is something to ask your gyno about.

Breast infections can pres...

October 21, 2018

When to get a mammogram, and which of all the available tests you should request, based on your risk factors is discussed.

October 20, 2018

The newest data on the Mediterranean diet shows breast cancer protection as well as being good for your heart, your kidneys, and your brain.This study was fascinating because it compared just adding a few nuts to your basic diet, or going low fat. But specifically a Mediterranean Diet helped protect against breast cancer...

September 26, 2018

1. The medical term dense breast refers to a woman who has breast tissue that is not composed of very much fat between the glands and ducts of the milk system so that the tissue is litteral thicker and less visible on x-rays such as mammograms.

2. Your gyno can detect breast density on exam, but the formal definition of de...

September 14, 2018

Virtually all breast cancer survivors report problems with sex, and in most its due to the vaginal changes caused by the medications used to treat breast cancer. In most cases women post breast cancer treatment will have the medical condition of vulvovaginal atrophy: Withered Up Vagina from Lack of Estrogen or vaginal muc...

August 24, 2018

Genetic testing has been used throughout medical care. Young women have been offered and receiving genetic testing for many years. There are tests for your blood type, tests for those of Jewish heritage to determine if you are at risk for Tay Sachs or Canavan’s disease (the actual current panel we use tests for ten differ...