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    Michelle Allen
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    Registered On: December 12, 2021
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    To all girls here I have something to say that is important to me to tell you.    My great wife informed sometime ago about her Uncle Of having Brest cancer witch took his life.

    I know the chances of us girls of not getting cancer but please check your Breast from time to time.  It can happen to you.  It happened to her Uncle.  My SO showed me how to do a self breast examination.  I check myself from time to time.  She checks me as well.  It may seem weird checking yourself but I have alway said and ounce for prevention is worth a pound of cure.

    I love you girls here.  I hope that this is in the frame work of this form.  With love too you and your loved ones Have a very Merry Christmas to one and all.

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      Great topic know myself being on HRT and having nice natural breasts about 4 months ago had my mammagram all checks out good for self. But remember the tech saying if more people would get checked or learn to check them selves could catch this cancer before it spreads more.

      Donna

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      Carolyn Kay
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      I had a scare of having breast cancer about two years ago. I found a small lump on my right breast.,I went to the doctors and I was a bit shocked when he sent me for a mammogram. That was an experience. Although it was scary I did feel femme going through it. Thankfully it was not cancer but just a small mass that later dissolved.  So yes, all of us should be aware it can happen to us.

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      Great Information.
      I will be checking mine from now on.
      Thank you and a very Merry Christmas xxx Melina

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      Dani Smith
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      Michelle,

      My SO had a cousin who was a Motorcycle Police officer who was diagnosed and passed away from breast cancer.  While he was not associated with the things we girls enjoy, it demonstrates that any of us can get cancer.

       

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      Celeste Starre
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      Good idea. I wonder if what I do with them for pleasure also checks for lumps at the same time? I’ll have to google proper technique and see.

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      Sylvia
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      Dear Michelle ,

      Thank you for the warning !
      I saw online that 1 out of 100 persons that gets breast cancer are men ,
      so thanks for the heads up my Friend !

      Love Sylvia.

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      Gabriela Romani
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      Michelle,

      Thank you for bringing more awareness to breast cancer in the community. While less frequent, breast cancer in those born male tends to be more aggressive and also less likely to be detected in early stages due to the lack of self examination.
      Being a “lucky sufferer” of gynecomastia, once I discussed it with my general practitioner she also instructed me on how to perform the self examination. There have been two cases of breast cancer in my extended family, so it is part of my daily routine getting ready for work in the morning.

      Again, thank you!
      Gabriela

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