Miscarriage causes breast cancer

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Avatar n tn hmm, well i've had a miscarriage due to unknown causes, and been on the depo shot. You should actually have anything other than light spotting when you get set up on the shot. typically while blood clotting is a danger... depending on the levels of the shot you got, it can affect how you feel. I know different forms of the pill made me very sick to my stomach and gave me headaches.
Avatar f tn Cysts do not lead to cancer, nor are they cancer. They are benign and completely different than cancer. They are fluid-filled sacs that can be left alone, drained, or removed surgically if they are causing problems.
Avatar f tn Breast lumps can occur for several reasons ... at your age breast cancer wouldn't likely be one of them. Lumps can be cysts and are often caused by the hormone levels in the body ... anything new or different that you find in a breast should be ck.d by a Dr. There is no reason to be afraid to tell your mother or someone close to you and by all means see your Dr. so you can stop worrying about this. OK?
Avatar n tn In all women, there is a slightly higher risk of breast cancer immediately after birth and this returns to normal risk after a couple of years. There is no evidence that abortion or miscarriage increase the risk of breast cancer. Here is a link to the National Cancer Institute fact sheet.
Avatar f tn My girlfriend just found out that she has breast cancer and she is 4 months pregant and she is bleeding from her breast what is it
Avatar m tn So like there is known a breast cancer gene that makes someone 60+% more likely to get breast cancer. However, you can easily get breast cancer without having the gene and it's possible to never get cancer even if you do have the gene. Many cancers haven't been linked to genetic causes yet, many have. But like I said it's a very complicated what if factor on actually getting the cancer even if you have the genetic background.
Avatar n tn Hi Bio_as, If I understand your question, I think you are asking how cancer ends up in the left breast, right breast or both. I can only give you my opinion, but as a breast cancer survivor I had cancer in both breasts and I believe what cancer ended up in what breast was fate. I know I have a hereditary component (I'm positive for BRCA2), but as to where it occurs, I think it's fate or chance.
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Avatar n tn Is there a family history of breast cancer? A breast lump is a growth of tissue that develops within your breast. There are many causes of breast lumps. Some of these causes are harmless, while others can be dangerous. Lumps in a woman are often caused by injury, infection, fibrocystic changes, fibroadenomas, cysts and even cancer. It would be best to consult a doctor for proper evaluation of the breast lump. Take care and keep us posted.
1691346 tn?1306927881 If my boyfriend and I have sex and he fingers me can it cause a miscarriage??
Avatar f tn I need to know what the symptoms of bone cancer after breast cancer r..I had both breast removed and now I have knot on my elbows and a knot come up on my knee that I can't put weight on if I do it feels like I'm being burned,then it hurts for days.does anyone know the symptoms of bone cancer?
Avatar n tn I am writing on the connection of cancer in general (but breast cancer is specific) on cardiovascular risk associated with breast cancer. I am aware that treatment, whether it be chemo or radiation, can cause issues but I have been unable to find anything to support that the cancer itself causes problems. My prof assures me that it does. If anyone could help me out, or point me in the right direction on this topic I would be very grateful.
Avatar f tn Breast pain and tenderness can be caused by a variety of conditions from hormonal influences, infections, muscular strains, breast tissue thickenings through to pressure from ill-fitting bras and clothes. However, Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare but very aggressive type of breast cancer in which the cancer cells block the lymph vessels in the skin of the breast. It usually presents with redness, swelling, and warmth in the breast.
Avatar f tn Doctor gave me antibiotics and now the pain is not there. However, i have painful lumps on both my armpits. Is this related to breast cancer. I am not married. Please let me know.
Avatar m tn Hi all I've read somewhere on the internet that the HPV virus causes cancer in the women, can somebody give me some informations about it?
Avatar f tn Hello. I've noticed this week I have one breast larger than the other one. It hurts like an ache kind of on top and deep under the breast. It itched a lot lady week but since then has not. It feels more dense and full than the other one. I'm having shoulder blade pain and nerve pain that radiates down my arm. I figured the back and arm were a pinched nerve or something but the breast change has me scared and not sleeping. I'm calling my OBGYN on Monday. This is Saturday.
Avatar n tn There are many causes for breast pain, and you should see you doctor to determine the cause of yours. Breast cancer rarely causes pain, so you shouldn't be too scared about that. Only your doctor can determine the cause and the best treatment for you so please make an appointment to see him/her. Delay might make the condition worse. This web site has a very complete explanation of breast pain and should be helpful to you:
Avatar n tn My family doctor called and said to get a second opinion from a breast surgeon. I did. I had a biopsy at her suggestion and I had early stage breast cancer. I'm just telling you this because whenever a radiology report on a mammogram comes back "probably benign", you should still get a second opinion. It can't hurt.