There are over 400,000 women who get breast implants every year. This is an expanding area of health care and plastic surgery. The problem is that there is an increased number of patient who feel that they weren’t informed adequately.
Breast Cancer Awareness comes every October…but that doesn’t diminish the importance of being aware of breast cancer. The following are important reminders in Women’s Health:
Food is some of the most complicated decisions during Pregnancy not only because your taste buds change and you become far more picky, but now you are eating for two and healthy eating is very important.
Nipple discharge, in a non-pregnant women, is often a sign of something that may no be as serious as you think. There is no reason initially to hit the “panic” button.
Birth Control advancements are pushing towards an oral pill developed strictly for men. This controversial research calls into question the effectiveness and risks for men. For years, women have asked why they should be the only ones responsible for taking a bill to prevent pregnancy.
Research has recently shown that as the unborn infant grows, week by week, the health of the child improves greatly as each week passes by. On average, a single-fetus pregnancy lasts 40 weeks from the date of the woman’s last menstrual period until childbirth.
Recently and often there are reports of some of the dangers of Botox. But is it really that dangerous? Botox is used for many reasons and is prescribed for several muscle disorders.
A breast exam done by a medical provider is helpful and extremely important but in some cases it can be done too infrequently. A self breast exam is important and should be considered as such – but it considered optional.
Each year for the past 25 years another important event has occured in October. This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month also called NBCAM.