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Knowing Breast Cancer and Dealing with It

Knowing breast cancer before the disease gets you is the best-preventing method. Breast cancer is a cancer cell originating from the milk ducts, milk glands, and connective tissue in the breast. Cancer cells are the same as normal cells but have different behavior.

These cancer cells can divide rapidly, making it difficult to control and can spread to the surrounding tissue. In fact, cancer cells can also develop into other organs of the body. This collection of cancer cells then forms a malignant tumor. 

About 80% of cancer cell formation starts in the milk ducts (ducts), 15% in the mammary glands (lobules), and 5% in connective tissue. Generally, almost breast cancer attacks women, but some facts show that men can have this fearing disease too.

How Often Does This Disease Occur and Knowing the Signs

Breast cancer most often occurs in women. To be precise, around 45,000 residents each year can experience this condition. Breast cancer can be treated as early as possible by reducing risk factors, and early detection. Consult your doctor for further information.

Knowing breast cancer means knowing the signs too. The most characteristic feature of breast cancer is the appearance of a lump in the breast. Lumps suspected as breast cancer have a dense, hard texture, have unclear boundaries, can stick, and the surface is not flat.

However, don't mistakenly think that a lump in breast cancer will be painful. In fact, it actually feels no pain at all. That is why a few women don’t aware of this sign, because there is no pain which means that these lumps are not dangerous.

The absence of complaints because there does not appear pain will instead make the lump continue to grow until it may spread. The development of breast cancer can spread in 3 ways. It includes the spread of cancer cells extensively, lymphatically, or through the blood.

If a lump of breast cancer grows close to the nipple, it will be seen that the nipple is pulled in and is rather difficult to move (sticky). In this case, the spread of cancer cells is usually through lymphatic vessels to lymph nodes (lymphatic).

In the breast, lymphatic involvement makes the skin on the breast above attracted, to resemble the orange skin which also makes the breast nipples come interested. However, this is different from teenage girls who have nipples drawn or like going inside.

What You Have to Do When Knowing Breast Cancer Symptoms Appear

At an advanced stage, it begins to show abnormalities in the skin of the breast (such as orange peels or reddish skin), sometimes the skin also becomes curved like a dimple because it is attracted by a lump.

If you experience or suspect any of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer as I have mentioned above, you should immediately consult a doctor. This is done so that you get the right treatment according to your conditions.

By responding to signs of cancer as early as possible, then your chances of recovering from this disease are also greater. You should immediately see a doctor if you suspect that you have any of the signs or characteristics of breast cancer as mentioned above. 

Breast examination independently and regularly is important to do. If you feel other symptoms of breast cancer, immediately go to the doctor without waiting for the pain to appear. Knowing breast cancer well and early detection can increase the chances of surviving breast cancer patients.

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