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Early Detection Matters

Welcome to our Breast Health Check web page, where we provide information and resources to help you take charge of your breast health.

Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer among women, and early detection is crucial for successful treatment. It’s important to perform regular self-checks and get mammograms as recommended by your doctor.

To help you perform a self-check, we’ve provided a step-by-step guide on our web page. You can also download our printable self-check guide to keep with you as a reference. Remember, the best time to perform a self-check is a few days after your period ends when your breasts are less likely to be tender or swollen.

In addition to self-checks and mammograms, our organization is committed to promoting breast health and early detection through our Models and Workshops program. We bring in local models and host online workshops to educate communities on the importance of breast health and early detection.

Our program is designed to make breast health education accessible and approachable for everyone. We attend health events and partner with local organizations to provide these resources to as many people as possible. We believe that knowledge is power and that by providing education and resources, we can help save lives.

Remember, early detection is key. By performing regular self-checks, getting mammograms as recommended by your doctor, and educating yourself on breast health, you can take control of your health and well-being. Thank you for visiting our Breast Health Check web page, and we hope that you find the resources and information provided helpful.

If you performed a breast check and you suspect that there may be an issue, here are some questions you could ask to recommend them to go see a doctor:

    Have you noticed any unusual lumps or thickening in your breasts?

    Have you experienced any pain or discomfort in your breasts?

    Have you noticed any changes in the size or shape of your breasts?

    Have you noticed any changes in the texture or appearance of your skin on your breasts?

    Have you experienced any discharge from your nipples, or have you noticed any changes in the shape or position of your nipples?

    Have you noticed any swelling in your armpit or any other areas near your breasts?

    Have you had any previous breast issues or a family history of breast cancer?

    Have you had any recent changes in your menstrual cycle or menopause status?

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