7 Signs Asides a Breast Lump To Look Out For During a Breast Exam

A breast lump is not the only sign you should look out for while performing a breast examination. Are you surprised? I believe a lot more other women only have a lump in mind when they finally get to perform a breast examination. There are 7 other signs which are discussed in this video.

There are generally two steps to performing a self-breast exam: look and feel. These 7 signs are what a lady looks for while going through that step. So, it is not just feeling for lumps. You have to carefully look too- maybe with a mirror.

Below, in the video are 7 other signs you must not miss out on.

Perharps, you are not quite sure what exactly you feel in your breasts when you examine them, you should have a proper clinical breast examination done. Early detection is key for survival!.

As of now, we are beginning to see young girls, some less than 30 with this disease. A lady doesn’t have to go through any of that. A regular breast examination can help you prevent this disease.

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Stephanie O. Nyong is a seasoned health educator and content strategist at Health Platforms International where she empowers individuals especially women and girls with knowledge and skills to prevent and manage a number of health conditions. She is the founder of BE-ME Africa, a Breast Examination and Menstrual Education project for young girls. Stephanie also organises pop-up clinics regularly to provide affordable quality healthcare services to a target population. She is admired in the industry and has the capacity to deliver on the current demand for health literacy for improved health outcomes in Nigeria. You can connect with her across all social media handles @stephanie_nyong

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