Knowing the Major Signs
It’s imperative that you know the signs of breast cancer early and if you discover an abnormality, you get it checked out by a healthcare professional. Beginning in your 20s, you should start self-examining your breasts so that you are aware of how your breasts normally look and feel, and if any changes occur, you can easily spot them and report them to your doctor right away. For women who are not at a high risk of breast cancer, they should begin getting regular mammograms at age 50, but for those with a family history of breast cancer, even earlier, around age 40. While every change in your breast doesn’t automatically signal that you have a breast cancer, the earlier the detection of a change, the better. Here are the three major indicators of breast cancer. Make sure you aware of them.