The second biggest cause of death among women in Indonesia after cervical cancer (cervical cancer) is breast cancer. According to data from Dharmais Cancer Hospital (2009) there were 126 cases of breast cancer per 100,000 female population.
Actually, people with breast cancer can be cured. Mortality risk could be minimized, if cancer is detected early. For that as a woman you should know the symptoms of breast cancer. Immediately consult a doctor if you have the right of the following symptoms.
More Less water birth Method of delivery in water or a water birth and become increasingly popular trend of the work. Many who feel the benefits. In addition to reducing the pain of childbirth in the pool of hot water also means that pregnant women have more power to push. As mentioned Modernmom.com, some research even claims that this method of delivery in water is also beneficial to the fetus. international water relations on the basis of birth, this method requires a special set of motherhood water with temperature of 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit. Avoid the use of buckets or swimming in a small child, it is difficult to maintain proper temperature. Here are some things you should know about water birth.
Advantage water birth helps pregnant women feel more relaxed which can reduce pain during labor. In deep water, the skin has greater elasticity, which minimizes the risk of babies born has broken on the road. Giving birth in water is also beneficial for babies. Water baby means to facilitate the transition of the matrix, containing the amniotic fluid, the outside world. Proponents of this technique say that birth in the water safely. The baby breathes in the water, because it will not start using your lungs until he took to the air in the first 10 seconds after birth.
In patients with early breast cancer, giving radiotherapy to the lymph nodes behind the breastbone and above the clavicle is well tolerated after a mastectomy or a lumpectomy, a radiation oncologist to delegates at the Seventh European Cancer Conference Breast (EBCC7) Saturday, March 27. Women at high risk of developing breast cancer likely benefit from additional nodal radiation therapy, Dr. Philip Poortmans, Dr. Bernard Verbeet Instituut Tilburg, the Netherlands, and member of the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC ) Radiation Oncology Group, said. The first results of the 4004-patient multicenter study carried out by radiation therapy and breast cancer groups EORTC (46 institutions in 13 countries) shows no evidence of increased toxicity in the heart of three years of follow-up among patients receiving additional lymph node radiotherapy.
Patients were followed for many years to see if the specific radiation of lymph nodes can cause long term damage of the heart or lungs, the side effects associated with radiation therapy for breast cancer.
Women with breast cancer before the age of 55 who have a mutation in the genes inherited breast cancer susceptibility BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes are four times more likely to develop breast cancer in the forehead, or contralateral their initial tumor compared to breast cancer patients without these genetic defects. These results, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Breast Cancer Epidemiologist Kathleen Malone, Ph.D., and colleagues, were published online April 5 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Compared with noncarriers, the breast cancer patients with BRCA1 mutation have a risk 4.5 times higher and those with a BRCA2 mutation have a 3.4 times greater risk of subsequent breast cancer, researchers have found. Carriers of both mutations who were diagnosed with breast cancer before 55 compared to 18 per cent chance of developing cancer is cumulative in the opposite breast within 10 years, compared with a cumulative probability of 5 percent among women who had no mutation.
Pregnancy can be a beautiful miracle, but it can be uncomfortable, especially when you know the worst heartburn of his life. And although we can not help you with arguments about baby names or even “cankles, we can help with the details of heartburn … pun intended.
What is this? Burnin Hunk o ‘Love
In talking to most obstetricians and pregnant women, heartburn is normal and widespread. About 40-80% of pregnant women complain of heartburn.
Heartburn is the name of those who suffer a heat experience “or” burn “behind his sternum, but it has nothing to do technically with the heart. You can burn higher, near the throat and is often accompanied by other nasty villains, and a bitter taste, bloating, burping and difficulty swallowing, as if pregnancy was not enough!
A researcher from the University of Adelaide, has announced new national guidelines recommend that women at risk of early preterm labor with magnesium sulfate to protect their babies from cerebral palsy.
Professor Caroline Crowther from the University Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Institute Robinson said the guidelines for clinical practice are based on the overwhelming evidence in the last 14 years that magnesium sulfate is effective in protecting the fetus.
Five trials, including one funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council, to confirm this observation, the teacher said Crowther.
The guidelines have been announced by the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in its annual scientific meeting in Adelaide.
The exercise in the first three months after delivery may reduce the risk of postnatal depression (PND), and increased well-being, a study by the University of Melbourne led to the Angliss Hospital has revealed.
In a world first study, 161 women without symptoms of depression after delivery before were divided into two groups to test the effect of an exercise conducted by a physiotherapist and the welfare of education.
The experimental group received eight weeks, “Mother and Child” program, and specialized exercises women’s health physiotherapist, combined with parental education.
In the second group, “education only” participants received written materials.
Participants in both groups were evaluated for psychological well-being (with positive affect Balance Scale), depressive symptoms (with Postnatal Depression Scale Edinburgh) and physical activity at baseline, after eight weeks to complete the program and four weeks after the final.