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How many nursing bras do I need?

Nursing Bras Defined If it is your first time shopping for some nursing bras there has to be certain clarifications made so your searches online or in-store will be specific. Some may confuse the nursing bra as interchangeable with the maternity bra but these two serve different functions. While they both accommodate the growing size …

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Mammograms After Recovering from Breast Cancer

Different precautions need to be taken after cancer treatment is finished. Luckily, some women do not need to worry about one diagnostic procedure: mammograms. It all depends on the kind of treatment that was done. Getting a mammogram after radiation is different from getting one done after surgery. This is how mammograms need to be …

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Can You Breastfeed After Breast Cancer Treatment?

Breast cancer is tough enough to handle on your own, but it’s a whole other story as a new mom too. Many women have questions about when and when not to breastfeed as they recover. It’s crucial to know breast cancer and breastfeeding facts to help clear up any confusion. It’s also important to keep in mind …

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Guide to Mastectomy Swimwear

With summer in full swing, there’s no reason you should miss out on swimming just because you’ve had a mastectomy or another procedure. Today’s mastectomy swimsuits are built with comfort, durability, and style in mind- you just need to know what to look for. There’s more to it than just finding swimsuits with pockets.  Pocketed …

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How to do a Breast Self-Exam

Regularly examining your breasts is a key part of spotting abnormalities before a mammogram does. While it’s recommended that you should check for a lump once a month, it can still be confusing to know exactly what you’re looking for. Here, we’ve outlined some steps to help you self-examine and figure out when to be …

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What To Do If You Are BRCA Positive

Everyone is born with BRCA1 and BRCA 2 genes. They are examples of tumor suppressor genes that fight against cancer formation. When working normally, they allow the body to repair damaged DNA and prevent tumors from growing. It’s been shown that women with mutations in these genes have a higher risk of developing ovarian or …

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Everything You Need to Know About Tissue Expanders

    For women who are sure that they want breast implants after their mastectomy, tissue expanders are sometimes placed within the skin to allow it to stretch slowly. Not every woman is able to get their implants as part of the initial surgery, so it’s important to know how these internal devices work and their …

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Are You At High Risk for Breast Cancer?

Many women do not give much thought to their risk of developing breast cancer until they begin annual mammograms in their forties. Usually, it’s around this time that people begin to pay more attention to their health. Understanding your individual situation is just as important as being proactive with early detection. Here, we’ve listed the …

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Are You Considering Breast Reconstruction or Going Flat?

Although undergoing surgery can be a nerve-wracking situation for women with breast cancer, knowing what steps to take afterward can be just as daunting. Women have many options for breast reconstruction but many are not opposed to going flat or wearing breast forms. What are the main factors to consider? What is the risk involved …

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Breast cancer awareness: the history of the pink ribbon

Of all the ribbons that serve as symbols for different cancers, the pink ribbon is arguably the most recognizable one. Prior to 1991, discussing breast cancer was still taboo, and funding for research was not what it is today. Today, there are countless ways to get involved in helping to find a cure for a …

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