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Mammograms to Prevent Breast Cancer

It is important for women to always be aware of how their breasts look and feel. Any abnormalities should be reported to a medical professional immediately. Stick with the recommendation for mammogram exams and screenings.

Watch out for any unwarranted itchiness or painfulness. Look for a cyst or a fibroid. An ultrasound will be able to tell if something is just a lump or a tumor. DCIS and BRCA1 are the early forms of breast cancer and are the most treatable. If you are quick to recognize the signs, there is a great chance to survive.

The medical industry has developed tremendously with tools to diagnose and treat breast cancer. A doctor can learn about masses from a digital image mammogram. This is also the best way for them to detect when tiny deposits will calcify the breasts. If more information is needed, they are able to perform a biopsy. The biopsy allows the doctor to look deeper at the skin tissue or lump from the breast. A mastectomy is common for breast cancer treatment. A mastectomy generally is not painful, but it is a viable treatment option for this type of cancer.

Consult with your doctor to find out if you are at a higher risk for breast cancer. If this is the case, then preventative measures can be taken. There are also options for performing a self-test without going to the doctor. Your doctor will be able to discuss these options with you as well as outlining a plan to stay healthy and preventing cancer as a result.

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Target your search for hospitals and medical clinics that offer mammograms. You may even be able to get diagnostic screening and results at your physician's office, so ask your doctor if he or she offers mammogram testing and screening. Women over the age of 40 need to have annual mammograms to detect abnormal lumps, which could be cancerous, or lead to cancer. Mammograms are great prevention and detection measures, which can lead to early treatment. Do your research online as to the latest in mammogram technology. Keep in mind that your physician can make a diagnosis of breast cancer after a mammogram and other health testing have been performed. Mammograms can detect shadows, inflammatory breast tissue, calcification, precancerous lumps, abnormal lumps, and cancer. Once the mammogram has been performed, the radiologist or x-ray technician will tell you when to expect results. Before choosing to have a mammogram, call your health care insurance company to make sure the test is covered. If not, you may be able to get a free mammogram at your local medical clinic. Choose a hospital, clinic, or radiologist office with a top-notch reputation in the mammogram and medical diagnostic imaging industry, with quality staff attention and quality services. Meet with the technicians to get an idea of years of experience, education, and professionalism, and other crucial information. When you have received results, meet with your doctor. He or she can go over the results, tell you what type of breast cancer, if any, you have, and go over the signs, symptoms, types, risk factors, screening, and treatment options to reduce your chances of cancer.