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Hi I think this is something that needs looking into far more that you can get from here, doctor, gyno or further on with tests being done, but I...
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Hi All women have one beast slightly different from the other, so you have no worry there. you call it a discharge other will call it lactating it...
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Hi As your read in this link below very rare during pregnancy.http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/type/breast-cancer/living/breast-cancer...
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Hi You should find this link very helpful.http://bembu.com/estrogen-rich-foodsJust copy link into google tom open and read.These all look very good...
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Has she had her mammogram?  If not, then she should have one. Do you know when she had her last Mammogram?  At the ER, was she running...
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Try an antiperspirant that doesn't have aluminum in it, that may be a safer option. 
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Hi Z please do read through this link from the UK's lovely NHS its our free health service.http://www.nhs...
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yes, viral and bacterial pneumonia can be spread from person to person via coughing and sneezing. http://nursingandnurses.com
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Hi Tamoxifen blocks the actions of estrogen, a female hormone. Certain types of breast cancer require estrogen to grow Hence you cant have HRT? If...
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Hi Have a read through this link it could help you with info.http://www.breastcancer.org/research-news/20080312bJust copy link into google to the www...
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Hi Stress can play havoc with our lives, creates all kinds of problems, with it sounds like it could be your hormones that have gone out of whack...
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Your changing mole should be checked by a dermatologist and biopsied if the dermatologist is the least bit suspicious.
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You may have breast cysts, or your normal breast tissue is reacting to hormonal changes during your cycle. Either way, it is important that you have...
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