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These are extensive - radiation therapy has long-reaching effects on the body's systems - particularly if rec'd at a young age - I was under 20 - it caused my later breast cancer. It is the reason I am at substantial increased risk for stroke and heart disease (it causes hardening of the arteries). It increases risk of thyroid disease and cancer. And so much more. It is the gift that keeps on giving (and not in a good way).
We have too much estrogen in our food!!! Lumpy breasts, 1/3 of us will be getting breast cancer, and fibroids... Shortness of breath -- too much estrogen...
This comment is just confined to the use of implants. Breast implants can provide a technically simple means of achieving breast symmetry and pose minimal risk in properly selected patients. The implants available today are of different sizes and shapes. Hence a lot of variety to choose . The implants to be placed would require a two stage procedure where in the first stage is for the tissue expander insertion to provide aspace/ cavity for the placement of implant.
This is a miracle I thought that this shortness of breath and inability to get a good breath in meant that at the age of 29 I was in for a dramatic and fatal diagnosis.However,it seems that no one has a clue how to diagnose it.I too have been issued anti histamines and have occasional swelling of the soft tissues around the lips and eye lids and it always coincides with my cycle. Are there any other swelling issues that accompany anyones breathing troubles?
If this area is no better, please go back and demand a biopsy. I had a double mastectomy on 11/12/07 due to 3 areas of concern in my right breast and am currently going through the expansion phase. The good news is that my paget's was contained and due to removal of "areas of concern" I am cancer free and do not face chemotherapy. I am 44 years old and paget's is not common at my age. Stay diligent and if you are not satisfied or sure your Dr.
The circumferential scar band that you describe could be treated in a number of ways, depending on the age of scar. These techniques run from the application of silicone gel sheeting to steroid injections. Surgically the tightness and indentation could be partially relieved by scar revision with Z-plasties. These alternatives should be discussed with your surgeon.
Barbara, I will be having a double mastectomy on Aug. 5. I was diagnosed w/DCIS of the right breast May 19 after an excisional biopsy. For several reasons (it was comedo type, less than 1mm from the margin in two places, my breast tissue is very dense and mammograms are tough to interpret, I have had several other breast biopsies for benign tumors and my right breast is practically whittled down to nothing, and my age), my surgeon suggested a mastectomy, even to consider a bilateral.
Therefore, it is theoretically possible that a person could develop further breast problems anywhere in the breast. This is why, in all cases of invasive breast cancer and in many cases of DCIS, radiation therapy is recommended following lumpectomy for local control of disease. A mastectomy would accomplish the same goal in that all the breast tissue would be removed. Depending on risk, mastectomies have been done for prevention.
The pregnancy assistance center is actually in the woodlands (I know online it says CONROE) but that's where I got my first u/s done. They also offer an abundance of classes. Birth classes, lamaze classes, breast feeding classes, etc. You can receive diapers, formula, maternity clothes. They are a great organization. Where in Texas do you live?
You are likely to be eligible for preventive services with no out-of-pocket costs, such as breast cancer screenings and cholesterol tests. Health plans can't cancel your coverage once you get sick – a practice known as "rescission" – unless you committed fraud when you applied for coverage. Children with pre-existing conditions cannot be denied coverage. This will apply to adults in 2014.
Paternal grandmother had breast cancer at 78 years of age. I had bilateral mastectomies on 6/8/2005 for DCIS in left breast. Right side was prophylactic. Immediate reconstruction was begun during surgery. Sentinal node biopsies on axillary nodes were negative. No bruising, no pain, just pressure from expansion. Yes, I am blessed to have done so well. But, if anyone with DCIS is considering bilateral mastectomies, I am confirming that it was the right decision for me.
In addition to the above, the government is talking about a Medicaid expansion for those below 133 percent of the poverty level, if your state provides it. Studies have shown that preventative medicine can keep the overall cost of healthcare down. So Obamacare also provides genetic testing to women at a high risk for Ovarian and Breast Cancer. There is no co-pay and yearly mammograms are also offered (most insurance programs don’t offer yearly testing anymore).
I have several friends who were forced into retirement before social security age, and it's been very difficult for them. One of them had just finished paying off loans for graduate school.
For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
I find that flatulence relieves the problem a bit at a time by diminishing the expansion of the stomach. This is generally encouraged by the use of TUMS. At other times, the area in the front of the body, detailed before, is noticeable by a squirmy feeling, sometimes itchy. If I were to place my finger upon the area infected, I could feel a patch of tenderness.
I experience the "normal reaction" to feeling crappy and achy on a daily basis. It will be depressing. Chronic malaise can be. Is it clinical depression? Many drs don't think so but will give meds if you ask. The inserts list depression as a side for about 1/3 of the patients, that means 2/3 don't get severe depression. Around wk 8 or so, I experienced a sort of a "blackhole" of emotionless state. I felt nothing, not anger, happiness, worry, etc. It was scary.
I guess all on this web site hope to hear that one else has been saved the hurt and upset of breast cancer. I too have small breasts (b cup) and had a lumpectomy. My lump was not near the nipple. My breast looks normal but is definitely a different size to the good breast. I insert my implant (I call it a chicken fillet as that is what it looks like) into the pocket of the special bra and it balances me up nicely.
Two weeks later I was visiting my grandma and read from her diary that her mother had a hysterectomy at age 32 (I'm 26), from uterine cancer. She also developed breast cancer. I don't know that I have any risk as this is more unrelated to cancer, but knowing all the issues I had makes me curiouse. Hope this helps someone out there. Since my great grandma's surgery was so long ago, I wonder if maybe she also had adenomyosis and they thought it to be cancer.
Vancomycin has been shown to be effective in killing Borrelia burgdorferi in vitro, and a case report demonstrated the efficacy of this agent in a patient with ongoing symptoms unresponsive to other treatments. An expansion of that trial is now reported. "Twenty one patients with severe chronic Lyme disease unresponsive to more conventionally used oral and parenteral antibiotics were prescribed standard doses of vancomycin using a pulsed dosing schedule.
Darn it! I never got to be a hippie. By the time I came of age we were in polyester and stayin' alive through ear-bleeding falsetto. I have had a lot of fun climbing ladders over the years. Some of those ceilings though ... ouch!
Sometimes it hurts when I breathe in, but it may just be the expansion of my chest that hurts. Does anyone know of anyone who has the same sort of thing. This has been going on for 4 months and I just cannot take it anymore. I am basically afraid its my heart since my arm keeps getting numb and my chest hurts. Help!!! Please! (Oh yeah, Im 26 years old, I smoke, but I am pretty healthy.
) After taking a bite of food the vagus nerve can be stimulated by expansion of the esophagus to let food pass through causing the heart rate to slow down and light headedness results. If fainting results this condition is known as deglutition syncope which translated means swallow fainting.
I usually start out with a 5-10 min walk and then work my way up to running. After about 20 min of fast walking the itching starts. It doesn't matter if I'm outside or on my tredmill, wear shorts or loose pants. I have tried putting lotion w/ no purfume or anything in it before I exercise, but it's not working. I have also had my dh spray my legs with water to cool them off, but that isn't working either. I don't want to give this up, but I can't take this itching anymore.
Hi there, I'm glad you found the site too! I didn't get my cysts removed - I was told to 'blast it' with antibiotics and a steroid nasal spray (Nasonex - one of the best apparently), which I did and it seemed to work. However I was really ill for 9 months (April-Dec) and am still battling to get there some days. A lot of my symptoms have disappeared. I am still left with memory problems, fatigue (although not as bad) and hearing problems.
Is there any test or MRI that can reveal any expansion of the junction of the stomach and esophagus? The reflux and belching gas or air is hindering my daily function and work as a singer...
It would make me feel a lot better knowing that I got it checked out. My Grandmother died of breast cancer so I definately want to get it checked out so that if it is something serious I can take care of it now. I really appreciate your responses. Please let me know how you guys do.
After countless hours of researching for solutions and stories online and not finding much reference, it's somewhat relieving to see that we basically share the exact same problems with alcoholic drinks and headaches. At over 60 years of age and being able to drink previously, perhaps you've come to produce less of some alcoholic enzyme, and perhaps I've always lacked that enzyme. It could also be a specific but screwy tension/nerve/muscle thing.
I did some research and Metformin is indeed used for weightloss and it is recommended that the pills be taken about 10-15 minutes before eating. It reduces hunger pains as well as makes you feel full due to the expansion of the tablets. I take 2000 mgs. a day. I have lost 44 pounds and counting. I have also changed some of my eating habits, but unfortunately, I am having a hard time giving up the carbohydrates.
I can add that I was told they suck all the gas out from inside you and the pain is just from the expansion of your insides- what ever it is I was in agony and wanted to punch the doctor when he touched me!!! Not to scare anyone- just be prepared- it was so bad that I thought they had left a scalple inside!
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